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Old 06-24-2011, 08:20 PM
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Wink Junk Yards for Ford trucks?

I am in So Cal and I might want a few small parts for my 1990 F-250 AND I might want a brake pedal for an F-450 1990

Any junk yard guys here want to make a couple of bucks or any tips on Ford TRUCK junkyards?

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I don't know of any way down south, but I do know of Cordova Truck Dismantlers in Rancho Cordova. They are nothing but Ford and GM trucks. There is also Foothills Truck Dismantlers in Sacramento.
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Ford Motor company owns MOST of the auto recycling in the USA under different names. Funny part its hard to find ford parts in most of them around here...
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Ford Motor company owns MOST of the auto recycling in the USA under different names...
As Spock would say with one eyebrow arched skeptically high...

"Fascinating"

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A web search reveals to me 2 instances of "Ford" buying or having yards/sold to them by a buisness. 1 blog from early 2001 & a buisness article from 1999. So yep, there is a factoid of truth to the above claim. It would fit with Ford's desire to utilize recycled materials in their products.

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Greenleaf auto recycling is Ford, now its LKQ's name on the signs. They bought up all they yards here a few years back for size-able amounts. One they closed down and cleaned up the owner Danny ummm cant remember last name I think Werrler... anyways, had to sign a contract with ford he would not reopen for X years... Now he opened a yard that does auctions on cars to the yards from the ins. company's lol... its a good gig and adjacent to the old yard. LKQ is still big dog here and are coast to coast

LKQ link - LKQ IDK if they bought out ford or it still is ford
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