Conventional cab just means its not a C&C chassis. Usually the C&C frames are a bit narrower. Conventional cab did not necessarily have a bed box on it. And correct, ive never seen a factory Dually with rear fenders from the 67-72 models. Though there is a company now making them. Im not super up to date on 67-72s but know a little.4.56 makes sense it launched me over the front of the trailer with little to no effort, and that with the brakes grabbing too...
if conventional cab, what would have been the box?
the dual fender thing was not available in that era. as i understand it.
special order would likely refer to the inline six; ver a larger displacement engine common to the tonner?
so maybe this service box was the factory option? is there a different wheel base c/c over conventional?
Hi, Thanks, I was tempted to go with a 2V. But actually took the 1V apart & adjusted the linkake that makes the accel pump move when I step on the pedal. Didna used to do anything when I stepped on the accel pedal. I am really satisfied with it as it performs so much better now.I can machine the intake for a 2 barrel carb, cheap, if your interested.
In my experience with the 80-97 fords, a non-standard paint color always has a special 6 digit DSO. I am admittedly not knowledgeable about the older stuff.Your color number is another tip that it was a fleet truck purchase where they painted them in the colors that a company wanted instead of one of the standard Ford colors.