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nextgenofloridas
    
wheres the oil plug on a 67-72 ford f-100?
heres the story my friends dad bought the f-100 for 800 they thought it ran but broke down sat there for lots of years now we are tryin to fix it up and make it all "mexican" (i.e. lowered custom rims sound really loud ) any and all repair tips would be very much appreciated
posted: August 26, 2011
 
    
 
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Well besides the obvious answer that your oil plug would be located on the bottom of the oil pan, what year exactly is your truck and what other kind of repair tips are you looking for exactly?
posted:  August 26, 2011
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