Diamond 'T's are great if one has short legs, otherwise have to pass. Saw one from Canada that extended the cab 6", very nice.
Ed in CO
Ed in CO
I haven't got the steering figured out yet. As soon as figure out the if the leaf springs are fixed in front or rear I will know where the steering box is going. I will look at any pictures you got, all way looking for a better idea. I am sure parts will be a problem. I am on my 2ed pair of rear leaf springs and 3rd design. Yours looks like it belongs there, nice fit.Steering shaft. My steering box was originally behind the axle, moving it to in front was no problem.
I think I got the tall, narrow I’cooler from Treadstone in Florida, had to get proper ends welded on. I have a spare if you would like a picture. There is a sort of new to the market power steering box that is made to replace boxes on ‘55-‘59 .GM trucks, among others. It uses the 3 stock mounting GM bolts, is inside the frame, shaft goes through the frame, pitman arm points down, drag link goes FWD to stock ‘J’ shaped steer arm. How rod places have it.
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Good job making a proper jig, bevel for excellent welding job.
Ed in CO.
Yes it is out of the 2005 bread truck I got the engine from, 8 lug front and rear. I wanted 8 lug because there is so many rims to chose from. The rear was a corporate 14 bolt Cab & chassis. I have a few more of them here along with a AAM dually. As soon as I figure out if it is going to be a dually or not, I will know what axle width I need.Is that nice front axle modern with disc brakes, etc? Does the lug bolt pattern match the rear?
Ed in CO