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  1. Cyber1blaze@gmail.com
    01-24-2018 12:56 PM - permalink
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    Brad i hope you get this message

    I have 1997 f350 cclb

    I have purchased the complete 2008 f250 axles and suspension i am going to put this under my 1997
    it is my hope that we can open a line of communication
    i have read many post on this subject sometime it gets overwhelming
    they take a left turn when someone chimes in why is left head light brighter than my right
    any help advise on this matter would be appreciated
  2. Cyber1blaze@gmail.com
    11-14-2017 12:45 PM - permalink
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    new member
    I have a 1997 7.3 cclb srw 4x4 i was think about doing a 05 coil spring conversion because when i do number for rsk super duty springs shocks and other related items i get in that 3000 range spend a little more and get an improvement been looking for information it gets spotty as to everything i need would you have a list of links or advice that would help may be you know someone that can do this on the west coast ??
  3. Chrish96eclb
    03-19-2017 12:47 AM - permalink
    Hey brad new here just getting started on my 97 f250 eclb have many questions on the rsk and the cervini hood you have on the blue and white truck. Is that hood steel or fiberglass. Hopefully we can chat more later. Your truck is done perfectly.
  4. Diesel Dude
    02-04-2017 09:16 PM - permalink
    Diesel Dude
    Hey Brad, I have been reading on this forum as well as other and have heard you are the guy to talk to. I have a '97 CCLB 4x4, 7.3 and hand shaker. I want 5-6" of total lift in order to clear 36" tires. I am thinking an RSK and springs for the front and shackle flip and springs for the rear. I have heard mixed reviews on the RSK from SKY and good reviews from PMF. Which do you recommend and why? Also wondering what springs to run to achieve my desired height? I have been leaning towards OBS lifted springs in conjunction with the RSK and shackle flip, but, that's why I am asking. I am also on the hunt for a good clean core support and, again, have been directed to you. Please email me at [email protected] or you can call me @ 812-525-6456 if you'd prefer. I am having a hard time getting PSN forum to work on a consistent basis. Thanks in advance, Chris Decker
    09-29-2016 06:28 AM - permalink
    Hi, I was wondering if you happen to know the part number for the wheel studs in Got4wd thread about a 10.5 axle swap? I am gathering they were from Quigley but no one ever stated that directly and there was no mention of a part number. To clarify, they are the studs that allow the 8x170mm holes, once drilled to 8x6.5, to be used. They had a large knurl on them and didn't have to be custom machined. I just picked up an '02 10.5 axle and don't really want to offset new holes for the 8x6.5 bolt pattern. Thanks
  6. TomS
    04-13-2016 03:26 PM - permalink
    Brad; Did you find the seats on e-bay?
  7. TomS
    04-08-2016 06:37 PM - permalink
    Hi, Brad; I'm not sure if you're still looking for set of blue seats,but there is a really clean front seat out of an 80's p-u/bronco on ebay; 40-20-40 w/ folding center seat. Tom S.
  8. dave jr
    12-29-2015 07:52 PM - permalink
    dave jr
    If you still have core supports I'd be interested in one.If you do, what does it cost to ship one of these things.Thanks for your help.
    Dave McNerney
    [email protected]
    (716)392-6261 cell
  9. reseeley13
    12-07-2015 07:26 PM - permalink
    How ya doin? I'm on the hook so to speak, for a core support; 97 F250 Powerstroke. Was browsing the www and came across the forum showing you had a few for sale. The guy who owns the truck hasn't given a final decision on what he's doing (long sorted story) but if he wants to finish fixing the rig I'd like a few options to offer. So, what have you got (condtion, pics, etc...) and how $$$, $hipping and all that?
    We're up here in the lovely peninsula of Michigan, by lovely I mean snowy salty. Ya know there ain't none here. The name is Ron and if you'd prefer here's the cell# 734.301.7398. Thanks in advance for your time and help!!!
  10. Boneski
    10-14-2015 01:08 PM - permalink
    Hey bud any luck on those window bezels? sorry to bug u on this. i read the thread and i know its been a few months ago and havent seen any other post. Thanks for your help!!

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01:26 PM - Bradbilt quoted JCart in post Re: Rear disc brakes
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