69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Aug 09, 2014 6:30 pm

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I got the heater controls all set to run the vintage air GEN IV. I took two top halves hooked them together, after flipping the lever, welding the cable bracket so it went the opposite way .Then took the cable pins off the heat defrost lever drilled holes in temp levers and pressed them in.

I needed a five pin fan switch to use Vintage Air's mustang conversion circuit board. I bought one off ebay that was listed for our trucks the lever on the switch was about 1/2" too long so I redrilled the holes in the bracket and moved it back.

So in the end all this will be hidden behind and the controls will look stock. Except now I really want to re-letter the face plate.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Wed Aug 13, 2014 7:47 pm

Got the exhaust worked out today. It's all stainless.Image pipe on the left is what i started with four of them to make the s turn on the right. Comes off the stock 2013 mustang h pipe. I needed to turn out to miss the driveshaft. I wanted to leave the h-pipe stock so if I want to switch to an x pipe it would just bolt in.

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this is completed. don't know what I did with pic of it on truck I'll have to upload it again.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Thu Aug 21, 2014 6:28 pm

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2006 superduty hydroboost

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Aug 30, 2014 7:32 pm

Mocked up the steering only needrd a 3" double d shaft.

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I also cut one coil off front coils not sure if it is low enough but i'll wait for when I run it to cut more or buy lowering springs
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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby Coupe5oh » Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:13 pm

Looking good. I just ended up with 3/4 of a coil out of mine after the first go round cutting 1 1/2. 1 should get u close depending on the springs you have.
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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Aug 30, 2014 8:58 pm

You are why I only went one coil and not a coil and a half. I have the pi springs cop springs. Right now fender lip height somewhere around 28" front tires are stock gt mustang think 235-50-18? maybe I know in the rear I have 255-55-18

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Sep 13, 2014 8:16 am

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one coil cut may cut more

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Sep 13, 2014 8:18 am

lower rad mounts made out of 2005 mustang upper mounts even say ford on them.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Sat Sep 13, 2014 8:20 am

overhead shot from standing on inner fender and compressor.
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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Mon Sep 29, 2014 7:54 pm

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Upper rad mounts made from 98 mustang mounts. Radiator is a 2008 mustang gt with a 2013 fan and overflow tank

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Tue Oct 21, 2014 8:13 pm

Adapters came in to turn the bump o ring fittings on hydro booster to -06 an fittings. I also found a guy that makes a nice -06 an fitting that fits the crown vic rack. Picked up a nascar power steering reservoir.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby angryfordrabbit » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:11 pm

any more updates.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Tue Nov 25, 2014 7:59 pm

I have the lines all run for the hydro brake booster and the rack.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby IN2FORD » Tue Nov 25, 2014 10:47 pm

Give us more info on the hydroboost mount and connection to the pedal. I have a 2000GT hydroboost setup I intend to adapt to my truck.

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Re: 69 f-100 short bed coyote swap now Project Howlin'

Postby 48prerunner » Tue Dec 02, 2014 8:35 pm

I have pic somewhere I'll look. I just used the mount from the super duty. I rotated the hydroboost 180* to clear the coyote. I think two or three of the super duty bolt holes lined up. The push rod was a little long so I cut the top of the brake pedal off a 98 cobra and welded it to the stock f-100 pedal.
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