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    Looking for a 1350 driveline. Need PTO adapter "Ford", and spline yoke too. Overall length from crank flange to end of slip yoke needs to be 9 13/16. Anyone have one close to this? I can lengthen or shorten if needed.

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    Boy your advator look's familar Ha Ha how you doin with the new one, How bout some pix's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    Boy your advator look's familar Ha Ha how you doin with the new one, How bout some pix's?
    Making progress, re-gel coated the floor and redid the stringers, rewired everything. Starting on painting the trailer now. How about you, getting close?



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    Wow vern look's great!! Youve been buisy-did you replace the stringers or cover them with carbon fiber? Yea wireing is done all mount's are almost all polished for anodizing, still have plumbing to do and rebuild seat's, I'd still like to hook up with ower northwest counter part's next year, hope all's well with the family! say hi to tony-darrin and that goofy john rork

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    wow vern that look sweet cant wait to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wajetboy View Post
    wow vern that look sweet cant wait to see it.
    Thanks Austin, sure would look sweet with some of your powder coated parts

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    Awesome job!!! Looks very clean. I used Imron on mine. It flowed out pretty good but not as nice as the job you did.

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    Also, my 1350 is a hair under 9". With PTO, 10". I got it from Banning Driveline in Banning, CA. Found them on Ebay. Great to deal with and priced right. Check store on Ebay or call 951-849-3854.

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    Hey Randy, I just covered the stringers. I thought about paint but found out I would be happier with gel. Big thanks to TRG for all his advice. Thanks for the tip on Banning, I will look into them.

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    Vern, That Looks Great!!!!

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    Solved my fuel pump question. Went with a Weldon in-line pump and a leveling fuel line between the two side tanks to feed off both tanks. Works flawless.

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