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Old 09-09-2013, 08:22 PM   #61
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Jeff the upper pass. Side shock mounts looks to be a Ford unit f150 or ranger unit. I have been looking all over the internet and found the dorman cat and downloaded it. In post #5 I see on the mount there is what looks like a part number stamped on it. Could you tell me if that is the part number?

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Old 09-09-2013, 08:28 PM   #62
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I think this is it

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Looks just like the one in post #5 $30 off amazon!!!
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:40 AM   #63
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Jeff the upper pass. Side shock mounts looks to be a Ford unit f150 or ranger unit. I have been looking all over the internet and found the dorman cat and downloaded it. In post #5 I see on the mount there is what looks like a part number stamped on it. Could you tell me if that is the part number?

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Looks just like the one in post #5 $30 off amazon!!!
Sorry for the late reply as I missed your posts. Looks like you found it. Yes it was a dorman brand shock mount and the Ford ranger application sounds correct.
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Old 09-19-2013, 05:27 AM   #64
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Hey, didn't I just see this truck in "readers rides" in peterson's November 4wheel and off road?
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Old 09-19-2013, 06:31 AM   #65
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hey, didn't I just see this truck in "readers rides" in peterson's November 4wheel and off road?
Yes you did.
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Old 02-17-2014, 09:58 AM   #66
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Jeff,
my own t/a is going to need a going over in similar fashion. I notice in the pics of the engine being replaced, the fan clutch (and possibly the fan?) do not look like original light line parts. Having bled much over fan clutch, fan and radiator issues (ask mm) what parts are those? Also, have you implemented a non-stock radiator mounting setup?

This relates to your a/c system also, as I installed an ama kit a few years ago. At the time, I replaced txv by cross-checking with an a/c shop in riverside, CA. I then foolishly trashed the oem part. Since then my a/c has not really delivered vent temps as low as it should, and by monitoring the high and low pressures while running, it seems my replace txv May not be providing sufficient flow. Do you what the part # or technical specs are for the oem 69-73 txv? Mines a '72.

Last question, related to both of the above: installed the largest parallel flow condenser I could fit behind the stock pickall center grill support. Its about 20-21 inches wide and 14 inches tall; yours seems bigger! this seems to fit into the fan clutch/radiator packaging issue, have you fabbed something special?
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Old 02-17-2014, 10:44 AM   #67
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my own t/a is going to need a going over in similar fashion. I notice in the pics of the engine being replaced, the fan clutch (and possibly the fan?) do not look like original light line parts. Having bled much over fan clutch, fan and radiator issues (ask mm) what parts are those? Also, have you implemented a non-stock radiator mounting setup?
The fan clutch was a nos IH part that I have had for many years. The fan itself was a stock used part. The Travelall cools great but something is wrong with that fan clutch. At higher rpm's the fan feels out of balance at times. With the fan clutch being new but sat around for a long time I feel the fluid inside isn't good anymore. Before I make the trip out to the nationals in ohio later this year I plan on swapping the set up out for one of our bolt on fan clutch set ups.

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this relates to your a/c system also, as I installed an ama kit a few years ago. At the time, I replaced txv by cross-checking with an a/c shop in riverside, CA. I then foolishly trashed the oem part. Since then my a/c has not really delivered vent temps as low as it should, and by monitoring the high and low pressures while running, it seems my replace txv May not be providing sufficient flow. Do you what the part # or technical specs are for the oem 69-73 txv? Mines a '72.
Sorry but I don't have those specs written down anywhere or know them without doing a bunch of research.

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last question, related to both of the above: installed the largest parallel flow condenser I could fit behind the stock pickall center grill support. Its about 20-21 inches wide and 14 inches tall; yours seems bigger! this seems to fit into the fan clutch/radiator packaging issue, have you fabbed something special?
My condenser is not any bigger as it measures out the same as yours and is a ama unit.
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Old 06-06-2014, 05:27 AM   #68
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Jeff,

I have a 73 travelette that came with factory air. I was wondering if you could put me together a kit with the new valve, hoses, compressor, and drier. I think it should be the same as what you installed in this Travelall. I want to put something in mine that I know will work and you have done all the research. I already have a new condenser. Please let me know what you can do, or if I need to contact you direct.

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Old 06-06-2014, 06:58 AM   #69
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I have a 73 travelette that came with factory air. I was wondering if you could put me together a kit with the new valve, hoses, compressor, and drier. I think it should be the same as what you installed in this Travelall. I want to put something in mine that I know will work and you have done all the research. I already have a new condenser. Please let me know what you can do, or if I need to contact you direct.

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Your a/c system in your 73' is different than the one in my 70'. All the underdash components are what is different and would use a completely different hose set up. We can still set you up with some of the parts like the compressor, bracket, condenser and receiver drier. Other parts like the hoses would need to be figured out upon install. Yes we can spend the time to research and develop all this as a kit but we would not have time until this winter at the earliest and I assume you want to stay cool this summer.
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Old 06-06-2014, 07:18 AM   #70
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Thank you Jeff,

I did not realize all the under dash components were that much different. You are right about wanting to stay cool this summer. I will be in touch for the parts that I can order from you. Thank you again for your help.
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Old 10-22-2014, 12:24 PM   #71
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Jeff,

I want to find out more on the reese hitch that was used on the Travelall. I have a d200 and would like to put a receiver hitch on it. Was this a direct bolt on?

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Old 10-22-2014, 12:41 PM   #72
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I want to find out more on the reese hitch that was used on the Travelall. I have a d200 and would like to put a receiver hitch on it. Was this a direct bolt on?

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Drilling of some holes was required. Otherwise it bolted right up.
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Old 10-22-2014, 12:44 PM   #73
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Can you get me the reese part# you used?
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Old 10-22-2014, 12:57 PM   #74
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can you get me the reese part# you used?
Sorry but I don't know which one I used as it was not from our usual hitch supplier.
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Old 10-23-2014, 07:13 AM   #75
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Jeff, I'm looking into upgrading to the 14 bolt rear under my 72. From what I've heard, it's about as bolt in as can be with the GM 52" springs. Is this truly an afternoon parts swap fest, or is there some modification, fab or welding required? I don't want to assume its this easy and then have my truck down for a month in my garage because there's a really important, time consuming step involved.

Also, I'm still interested in a pair of those front spring mounts for the front springs. My l/f is bent and the truck doesn't sit right because of it.

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