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About Cvans

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  • Military Member
    Navy
  • Location
    Eastern SD
  • Occupation
    Retired
  • Interests
    Grand children, Garden tractors, Flying
  1. Farewell old friend!

    Anyone one else notice that all of the Fords shown so far are white? Must have been a popular color at one time.
  2. Farewell old friend!

    They were and are a good truck. Mine is a 1/2 ton with a 5spd and is still my favorite drive. The newer one sets in the garage unused most of the time. 4.6 engine and 85,000 miles.
  3. What the Heck?

    You know what, I kind of like the way it looks.
  4. The BAD THIRD GEAR -A Close Up!

    I had not seen this before. Thanks for the info.
  5. The time has come.

    Best of luck to you! Hopefully you'll be up and about in no time.
  6. Welding rear ends

    If done properly it shouldn't be anything to worry about. Both brazing and nickel welding have nearly the same strength as cast iron.
  7. Scored a wheel horse snow cab!

    You're going to REALLY like that this winter. If you can get inside out of the wind and snow it makes a huge difference.
  8. Red Square 2018 Calendar Project

    Sure enjoyed looking at the pictures.
  9. My New 416-8

    Another nice option of the hydro is hydraulic lift that makes raising attachments much easier.
  10. My New 416-8

    Can you elaborate on this please. I would think with 6 forward speeds and 2 in reverse that the right speed wouldn't be a problem.
  11. "Clyde"--Dad's 953

    Wonderful story. Really great you and your Dad are getting along so well and many good memories for the grandchildren. Thanks for updating us.
  12. You've created a real jewel there. Thanks for letting us watch.
  13. Shower Cap Ideas???

    How original do you want to keep it? Take a short piece of pipe that has pipe threads on one end. Cut it off so it is 3/4" longer than the threads. Turn or grind down the last 3/8" so it will slide inside the muffler. Weld or braze it in place and your done. The male threads on the pipe will take a lot of abuse.
  14. My almond white gets mixed with dirt and looks perfect from across the garden. :handgestures-thumbup:
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