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The Author's Truck, a 1967 D-100
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The Author of this site, Kris Wickstead lives in Carson City, Nevada.

Website and Graphics by Kris Wickstead

Welcome to Sweptline.com

Ready for a Sweptline Truck Cruise?

Sweptline Dodge Truck Cruise
Sept. 24th 2016
Saturday Morning 10:30 am;
meet at Mount Evans Base Parking Lot
Mount Evans Recreation Area Information - Click here

Directions
From I-70: Take exit 240 in Idaho Springs. Follow Highway 103 south until it meets Echo Lake. Take Highway 5 to the top of Mount Evans.

From Bergen Park: Take Squaw Pass Road/Highway 103 west and travel to Echo Lake. Take Highway 5 to the top of Mount Evans.

Please note that U.S. Forest Service information is provided at the Idaho Springs Visitors Center, located east of downtown Idaho Springs at 2600 Miner Street. Visitors services are not available at the Forest Service office on Highway 103.

Here's a link to a video promoting the 2014 cruise!
Have you heard of the Annual Sweptline Truck Cruise? 2016's event will be the 10th annual! Want to attend with your truck? If you haven't heard of it, there's still plenty of time to get in on the fun. All Trucks from 1918-1971, including Town Panels, A100's, and Anything and Everything Called DODGE TRUCK is invited! More Info: 720-496-7923 or easystreetllcparts@gmail.com.

For more information, click on the image above (or click here) to see the PDF flyer. Hosted/Sponsored by Easy Street, LLC (Truck Parts for Sweptline Dodge Trucks). Event is endorsed by Sweptline.com.

`86 D-150 Truck Bed Trailer
Left-over from IFS/PS/Disc Frame Swap

I've finally posted the article for the Truck Bed Trailer project. Check it out on the blog page Sweptline.com/blog page or direct link to article here:
How to make a Dodge Truck Bed Utility Trailer.

Last Updated 26 Aug 2014 9:30 PM P.S.T.

NEWS

This site has moved web hosts and is now served by godaddy.com

Check out the Sweptline Forums at Sweptline.org, or direct link, Sweptline.org Forums. You'll also want to visit SweptlineParts.com. Special thanks to Scott Blaylock, Proprietor of both aforementioned sites, for his collaborative efforts and hard work.

VISIT THESE GREAT SITES
    New & Notable Websites for Sweptline Owners
  • Sweptline.ORG - the new place to share information with other Sweptline Era Enthusiasts. Post photos of your truck or browse through the extensive forums to find what you're looking for.
  • http://www.sweptlineparts.com/ - "Browse the pages of an Original Dodge Truck Parts Catalog on this site. Talk about an excellent, free resource!!! Kudos to HellBelly for hosting this awesome site!!!
  • http://www.uglytruckling.com/ - The UglyTruckling site offers Disc Brake and Master Cylinder with booster upgrades for `61-`71 D-100 and D-200 Pickups. If you need more stopping power, this is the site to visit!!!

Looking for parts? See the Part Sources Page or visit the Sweptline.org Forums. Both are quite comprehensive and will help you find exactly what you're looking for.


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