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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberPig View Post
    Negative earth for '67 on,including the NADA 109's.
    I assume this was for the full run of nadas (66-67)? I recently saw one with a plaque riveted to the radiator panel that said negative earth but mine doesn't have it, nor does another friend with a nada.

    I will take your word for it.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfein1075 View Post
    I assume this was for the full run of nadas (66-67)? I recently saw one with a plaque riveted to the radiator panel that said negative earth but mine doesn't have it, nor does another friend with a nada.

    I will take your word for it.

    Thanks
    The NADA 109 was officially a '67 model, although some were built in '66 (or '68 like mine)and registered as such. From what I know, all were built as negative ground, after the design change from positive ground. Any truck with a black dash from the factory (including the black vinyl wrapped NADA dash) is supposed to be negative earth. Body colour dash was standard for positive ground trucks. The plaque may or may not have made it on at the factory or a rad panel swap could have occurred as well, along with any number of changes made since leaving the factory 50 years ago.
    Last edited by TimberPig; 02-13-2018 at 02:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TimberPig View Post
    The NADA 109 was officially a '67 model, although some were built in '66 (or '68 like mine)and registered as such. From what I know, all were built as negative ground, after the design change from positive ground. Any truck with a black dash from the factory (including the black vinyl wrapped NADA dash) is supposed to be negative earth. Body colour dash was standard for positive ground trucks. The plaque may or may not have made it on at the factory or a rad panel swap could have occurred as well, along with any number of changes made since leaving the factory 50 years ago.
    Thanks. I need a fuel pump and was contemplating the SU version that has a circuit board inside. It looks the same from the outside but is supposedly much more reliable. The only thing is it is not dual polarity so you need to order it neg or positive.

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