Thanks guys, I think it looks good with the amber lenses.
I've been contemplating upgrading to hydroboost braking, off a 1987-1997 F450 Superduty, but if I'm going to do that then I should have disc brakes in front. (4 wheel drums aren't really the brakes to have for hydroboost) If I'm looking for disc brakes they might as well be with a high pinion dana 60 front axle that has 4.10 gears. I've had a few leads on 78/79 high pinion dana 60 front axles over the last few months but nothing that I've been compelled enough to purchase.
On Friday I found a 1978 supercab in the LA area that was listed for sale as being parted out with a high pinion dana 60 front axle with 4.10 gears and a locker. I got in touch with the seller expressing my interest in the front axle and a bunch of other parts. He then said he's trying to sale the truck complete first. I was heading down to San Diego for the day Saturday and said I'd try to stop by. I was tight on time and ended up not being able to stop by on the way down and got a text that the truck was sold while I was on my way back up north.
I went home a little bummed. Later that night I saw that another FTE member I keep in touch with, who lives a few miles from me, had posted a 78 F-250 4x4 for sale on Saturday with a high pinion dana 60 front axle that has 3.54 gears. I reached out to him and discovered that he's selling the 78 F-250 regular cab 4x4 because he just bought a 78 supercab 4x4 with 4.10 dana 60 axles. I said, "oh the white one down in Corona?" He finished the sentence, "with a service body"... Yup... We laughed since we were both pursuing the same truck. I had no intention of buying the entire truck so I'm happy he got it. I'll probably keep looking for a 4.10 geared high pinion 78-79 front dana 60 though my truck does steer really nice now and I'm not much for taking something good and messing it up so I'm not sure when I might actually make a move here.
Of course, if I do disc front I might as well do disc rear too, right? https://www.quickperformance.com/Ford-9-Inch-Rear-Explorer-Disc-Brake-Kit-With-Shoe-Style-Park-Brake_p_4023.html
Maybe the gear vendors overdrive is a better choice to focus on or I could give the FiTech another go... who knows!