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-   -   ;) I found my own (http://www.fordtruckclub.net/forum/showthread.php?t=5421)

Klitch July 21st, 2011 03:38 PM

;) I found my own
 
She needs love, but not a lot. floor pans, some surface rust tamed, and drivetrain for the most part. Roof support for the top is caving in the center, kind of odd...

alas, here it is, next to my dads 67 which is all original.

My new to me, 66. $1400.

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whitesleeper July 21st, 2011 10:21 PM

Sweet
 
That looks like a hell of a deal

ASwaff400 July 22nd, 2011 08:54 AM

so when will we see stitches' drivetrain in that thing? lol

JSoko July 22nd, 2011 12:56 PM

I know you felt good when you found it; will this be a Father & Son project ?

PS next time spend $ on some Trees LOL

Klitch July 22nd, 2011 04:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ASwaff400 (Post 44435)
so when will we see stitches' drivetrain in that thing? lol

:facepalm: I dont need to do backflips :P Stitches motor/trans may eventually wind up in the 67 fairlane though, if i ever start on it.

Quote:

Originally Posted by JSoko (Post 44436)
I know you felt good when you found it; will this be a Father & Son project ?

PS next time spend $ on some Trees LOL

Not quite a father-son project, but he will be around to give me pointers, and tell me what I'm still missing.

What are trees? I planted two and one died :/ lol :thumbsdown:

Quote:

Originally Posted by whitesleeper (Post 44432)
That looks like a hell of a deal

:twothumbsup: I've seen running ones with rust everywhere for $3500. I feel decent with a rolling chassis and mostly complete tub/body for $1400. I need to find a D44 for it though, the D30 i hear is too weak.

nine5flareside July 22nd, 2011 07:05 PM

Nice! Cut the roof off, lift it 9 inches and put some 38's on it!

Klitch July 23rd, 2011 01:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nine5flareside (Post 44441)
Nice! Cut the roof off, lift it 9 inches and put some 38's on it!

I'll just unbolt it ;)

Klitch December 27th, 2011 05:12 PM

Looking for some knowledge shed on my bronco
I found an ad that has a t-case from a later year early bronco, the J handle dana 20.

But the same guy has some truck stuff for sale I'm unfamiliar with, what is the NP435? Is it the truck trans with granny low? 3spd?

NP 435 with married 205 transfer case $250
NP 435 with Advance adapter to Dana 20 transfer case $400

Would either fit in the bronco?

BigBlue79 December 27th, 2011 06:13 PM

New Process 435 is a truck transmission that is 4 speed with Granny 1st, there is two different 1st gear ratio's the one you'll want is 6.69:1 1st gear. IDK if it'll work in the 66-77, but they did use it in the Big Bronco's.

BigBlue79 December 27th, 2011 06:16 PM

The New Process 205 t-case is damn near bullet proof, it is a gear driven t-case and takes alot to blow it up. Cast iron case, it is stronger than the Dana 20, in the IH Scouts they swap out these Dana 20's for either the Dana 300 or to swap in a 205.

I sold my 2wd Np435 for $150 as it would cost near $500 for the tailshaft adapter for 4x4 transmissions, $250 is a good price if the transmission shifts fine, and the t-case shifts fine, if you take a look at it shift the tranny and see how smooth it is, I usually like to pop the top off of em and look at the gears but then you gotta replace the gasket there.

I have seen these swapped in to the 66-77 Bronco's, there is a site dedicated solely to the 66-77 classicbroncos.com that may be able to shed some light on it if your interested.


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