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post #10 of (permalink) Old 12-17-2018, 09:47 AM
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Originally Posted by 4ocious View Post
Sounds like all you should require is a Ford Shop Manual. It's all in there, easy to follow, you can do it.

I agree with 4ocious about getting some books. Been wrenching cars a long time and I still get the books out (bought all the books for my 65), ask for advice like you or use the net when I'm not sure. If you were around Chicago I would love to show you how to do it but your both too far away. You could also take Baz D up on his offer, give him food and beer! What's that saying about teaching a man to fish? Best of luck, Jim

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