fordtrucks80up-digest Friday, April 3 1998 Volume 02 : Number 122



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In this issue:

exhaust system costs [yhtlines surfari.net]
Re: exhaust system costs [Paul Laughlin ]
Re: 88 f15 4x4 transfer case ["curtis miller" ]
Re: Got my Truck [Randall Wer ]
Lightning Shocks for Sale ["Matthew P. Hoyt" ]
Re: Alarm System Suggestions ["curtis miller" ]
Re: Got my Truck [Thundercraft ]

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 20:57:04
From: yhtlines surfari.net
Subject: exhaust system costs

fomoconut asked:


and a big free flowing aluminized all welded seam truck muffler >>

>Was this at a well known, like national company? or a local job? I am now in
>the market for a complete system for the daily driver and am curious. Thanks
- -----I did not even try the big guys, I went to the yellow pages and
started calling local shops that I knew of or someone else had previously
frequented. I told them what I had, what I wanted and waited. They
immediately recognized that I was shopping and were straightforward. I
expect my son would have received a different price and reception. There
are a surprising number of independent shops here abouts.
Dave Lamepert

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 21:01:09 -0800
From: Paul Laughlin
Subject: Re: exhaust system costs

yhtlines surfari.net wrote:
> There are a surprising number of independent shops here abouts.

Kind of like Darrell's Economy Mufflers here in Portland. Theyt are
right across the street from Midas. People get the high quote from
Midas and then go across the street and get the system installed for
half. I went in with an exhaust leak, recently. It was a bad heat
riser. They sent me to Ford to get one and they installed it for $20.
Paul in Portland OR

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Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 00:05:02 -0600
From: "curtis miller"
Subject: Re: 88 f15 4x4 transfer case

Ive got an 88 F15 4x4, and when I shift the transfer case into either 4
high or low it slips out of gear. Is there an adjustment to tighten it up
or is it dead. Any help would be appreciated.

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Date: Thu, 2 Apr 1998 22:09:08 -0800 (PST)
From: Randall Wer
Subject: Re: Got my Truck

I know there is no 4 cylinder in a ford truck. I have also never heard of
a V4 in anything, lots of I4's, but never a V4.

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 22:25:24 -0800
From: "Matthew P. Hoyt"
Subject: Lightning Shocks for Sale

I have four Monroe shocks made for Ford Motorcraft. They have obviously
been used but are in good condition. I replaced them solely because of a
good deal from Edelbrock.
They ride great and are yours for $125 obo.

Matt

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Date: Fri, 03 Apr 1998 01:08:51 -0600
From: "curtis miller"
Subject: Re: Alarm System Suggestions

I put a 10 dollar alarm in my truck. I found a flashlight (called dash flash)
that plugs into you cigarette lighter. It has a flashing red led and is always
there if you need some extra light. Everyone always asks me when i got a alarm so
if it fools them it will make a theif look for something easier. Just a
suggestion for those on a budget like me.

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Date: Thu, 02 Apr 1998 23:10:32 -0800
From: Thundercraft
Subject: Re: Got my Truck

Randall Wer wrote:
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> I know there is no 4 cylinder in a ford truck. I have also never heard of
> a V4 in anything, lots of I4's, but never a V4.

Don't forget the pancake 4's in VW bugs & Subaru's

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