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Old 01-04-2003, 06:09 PM
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1986 F150 specs

Where can I find out specifications on my '86, such as fuel capacity, load, etc? I don't have the owners' manual. Thanks.

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Old 01-10-2003, 12:59 AM
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have you tried looking in the chilton book on your vehicle? I to own a '86 f150. And, have been trying to get some ideas about spiffing up my truck. It is a short bed, manual transmission, with a straight six that I want to upgrade to a 302, I have a source that could get me a 302 HO from an 92 mustang with the computer brain. I have asked questions about the spiffing up part, but no one seems to have any pictures of our series of trucks. Too old I guess. ?...
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Old 11-07-2013, 01:56 AM
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I have an 86 F150 302 V8 that I have been sprucing up quite a bit since I got it a month ago. I put it on 17" wheels and 32" Toyo MT's to start with. Gives it a much better stance!

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Old 11-07-2013, 08:04 AM
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love the 86! my favorite year. I second the Haynes manual.
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... I second the Haynes manual.
I don't think he is comin' back for an answer ten years later.

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I have an 86 F150 302 V8 that I have been sprucing up quite a bit since I got it a month ago. I put it on 17" wheels and 32" Toyo MT's to start with. Gives it a much better stance!
Holy thread from the dead dude. Welcome to the basement, but you are allowed to start new threads if you want to talk about your truck.

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