Pirate 4x4 banner

1 - 6 of 6 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,678 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
67 ford long bed, big block(352?), granny low tranny(sm465?), unknown t-case, D60 rear, 9" front, great body for a 67(until the sawzall comes out), leaks like a seive from variable orfices(seals, not cracks)......... I can probably get it for $1000. i plan on beating this thing so i'm not to worried about asthetics, i just want a dependable trail rig, what do you guys think. it's lifted already.......just might be able to bolt on some 38's with some cutting. oh, the only thing i can see wrong right now is the t-case hangs LOW.... clocking? and the fact that it is a long bed.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
701 Posts
60 rear its probly got a closed knuckle D44 up front small 260 joints in there .

is it a divorced t-case or married

the 352 is a good motor but a heavy SOB shares alota shit with the 360 390 so upgrades are there if ya look
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,316 Posts
It is a Dana 24 T-case. good luck trying to clock it. Take a good look at how it is mounted. I don't think there is a good way to clock it like a married T-case. It is very stout so don't worry about hurting it.

The 390 is swapped in then as 360 was the only Fe for the 4x4's. Despite everybody swearing to the contrary, the 390 was NOT an option for the 4x4's. Although in '67 the 352 may have still been around but I believe it should be a 360.

Front will be D-44, not 9". Closed knuckle with either small hub(internal spline) or large hub (external spline)

The rear D60 is 19 spline.




Eric
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
1,109 Posts
I doubt that your trans is an SM465, that's GM stuff. Most likley a T18.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
127 Posts
Rear 60 probably 16 spline. Front closed knuckle 44,drum brakes. Trans could be NP 435 . T/C probably Dana 24. Should be able to take moderate abuse with no bigger than 35 tires and light right foot pedal. Not a bad price. Need to add power steering.:D :D
 
1 - 6 of 6 Posts
Top