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Ford Truck Club Forum > FORD F-250 | F-350 SERIES | SUPER DUTY > 1948-1986 Ford F250 | F350



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Old July 21st, 2014, 08:07 AM
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Hey guys, ive got a '77 f250 project i am starting. Im 14 yrs old so im on a reasonable budget. Im doing all the work myself but would really appreciate your advice on what suspension, engine parts etc.

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for help
I suggest you state what you need, any current issue (engine, suspension, body) and where you want to go

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Welcome. What are you looking to do with the truck and what's it's current condition?
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Old July 22nd, 2014, 08:24 PM
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wow I just seen he's from OZ

got a member downunder on the westside

whats your location HighBoii

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dammit needed that EDIT

CowBoy Chris is who I'm thinking of on your west coast


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Haha yea man im down under, i live in perth. The cars in ok condition, it was parked outside for years before i bought it so there is quite of bit of rust on her. I havent taken many photos of it but i will upload some tomorrow cuz its quite dark atm.

Im planning to change the suspension (shocks, springs etc), i need a whole interior except the seat as im changing the to bucket seats, need new bonnet, door locks, doors and floor pans.
For the engine i want to put a turbo or twin turbo. I currently have the 4.2l straight six that came with the car from factory i think, what turbo and kit would you recommend.
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I'm confused
you say you have a '77 f250 truck

then you mention car and a 4.2l straight six which I think is a car engine or in the Blazer

I know y'all got different stuff down there than we do in the States

can you clarify


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Yea sorry bout that man, the tags are very messy so i can barely make out the year, but through research i found that i have the 77 front and shape
It might be different because like you say its different over here


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