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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-31-2012, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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any chero owners here in washington state?

Whats up i just want to start a thread finding all the ranchero owners within washington state...

i want to start a small core group....
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Re: any chero owners here in washington state?

Hi Ranchero_Rider,
I am in Spokane and have a 67 ranchero. It is in proccess for a 5.0/AOD and disk brakes.

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Hi Ranchero_Rider,
I am in Spokane and have a 67 ranchero. It is in proccess for a 5.0/AOD and disk brakes.

Ken
cool what king of modifications you going to put in there?
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Re: any chero owners here in washington state?

I am keeping the looks all 1967 like Cragers, Suntune column tach, column shift... Then you open the hood and there is a reliable, fuel efficent and easy to handle drive train.

What do you have and what part of the state?

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I am keeping the looks all 1967 like Cragers, Suntune column tach, column shift... Then you open the hood and there is a reliable, fuel efficent and easy to handle drive train.

What do you have and what part of the state?

Ken

i have a 1975 Ford Ranchero 6.6L Stock i need to rebuild the darn thing but for now i have to do my tappets cause i can get about 2 months out of fresh motor oil before my rear lifters start to stick.

my 400 is pretty efficient sorry i haven't replied i been working lately but i just got laid of work today.. so yeah T_T

i am from des moines, washington shes a mean beast but i know she needs a rebuild because one of my cylinders you can here it sliding a little bit but my tappet did get stuck not to long ago so yeah gotta keep a eye on her.

It has some enkei rims on it 15 inches i want to upgrade to some 16 or 17's cause 15s look so small on the 75
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Im here in Lacey,Red 75' chero GT 408 cuin, pretty built in my opinion.

Here I sit broken hearted, tried to shi* but only farted...
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Im here in Lacey,Red 75' chero GT 408 cuin, pretty built in my opinion.
i just need to rebuild my 400 its pretty bad ass.. original paint and all just needs a touch up.
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i just need to rebuild my 400 its pretty bad ass.. original paint and all just needs a touch up.
My 408 started life as a 351m(same block as yours) and i picked up a 400 crank and rods and pistons. If you want some advice on that 400, I have tons of info to share, could probably save you some headaches getting that big hunk of iron to sing...

Here I sit broken hearted, tried to shi* but only farted...
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My 408 started life as a 351m(same block as yours) and i picked up a 400 crank and rods and pistons. If you want some advice on that 400, I have tons of info to share, could probably save you some headaches getting that big hunk of iron to sing...

feel free to spray away
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Anymore chero drivers? Need to find a Chero set to kick it with...

Nothing more scarrier to these chevys then a gang of fords XD
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New owner here, just brought it home tonight.

1965 289/4 barrel, four speed, 3:21 posi 9" rear.

I'm in Battleground.

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Re: any chero owners here in washington state?

i was lookin for some misc stuff for my chero and found this sub post.
any rate

im in Yelm. 78 GT 351w Champaign base white stripes.
just about to get it back on the road till some thing elts on it bugs me.
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