The Official "Show Us Your Ride" pictures of member's trucks thread.

Discussion in '6.9L IH & 7.3L IDI Diesels' started by GOOSE, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. Xander1897

    Xander1897 Registered User

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    1965 International D1100 cab on a 1989 Ford F250 complete chassis with the 7.3 IDI 2WD 20160926_173130.jpg 20160926_173158.jpg 20160916_175907.jpg 20160926_173146.jpg 20160926_173108.jpg
     
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    figured it was time to post my truck in this thread, since its almost complete.

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  3. SebastIDIan

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    I need me that custom bumper!

    Dear santa....:thumbsup:
     
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    Work in progress!
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    crash-harris Breaker! Breaker!

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    Don't think I've put an updated pic in here. NCC-1701-D after repairs (pretty clip faded everything else), hopefully pulling this PITA for the last time. 20160617_202402.jpg
     
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    Does your 5er ever get soot on it from the stacks?
    The more I look at them the more it makes me want to cut a hole in my bed
     
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    crash-harris Breaker! Breaker!

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    I've only hauled it a few times and haven't noticed any soot on the camper. It's taken me about 3 years to find the proper sized spirol pins for the old, direct drive landing gear boxes and the brakes don't seem to do much (old Dayton brakes and Fayette style wheels). One day we'll have a better 5'er and I'll see if I get soot on it, lol. I'll have replaced the turn out stacks with bullhauler stacks. Other than liking the looks, they should direct exhaust out and around the front of the camper some more. I usually take it pretty easy when hauling it as it puts a bit of a strain on the N/A 7.3L (need turbo!), so I'm usually not pushing out much smoke. Stacks were on the truck when I bought it, but for the most part it was done well. I can get pics of the system if you want.
     
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    :hail

    So as long as you don't go out of your way for them, much appreciated!
     
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    1990, PO swapped factory turbo 7.3 idi
    So far gauge install
    Fuel must be cranked...
    WW2 ordered

    Pics to come doin some man stuff

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