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Old 07-15-2012, 08:55 PM
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Good day at the Yard and made new a friend.

Went out to the boneyard today as planned. Got a steering wheel in great shape, defroster/heater ducts (like new),e-brake assembly(like new) and a windsheild for $65.00 total. Best part of the day was meeting a fellow FTE member Camperspecial65 (Don). Would like to take a moment the thank him for the help. He stopped what he was doing to help me pull some parts and showed me a few tricks of the trade as well.(there is actually an easy way to seperate a stubburn brake cable from its housing without destroying it!) Really enjoyed talking with a fellow truck enthusiast. (Don I'll let you know about that bumper in the near future) Have a great week one and all. Mark
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Old 07-15-2012, 11:59 PM
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Hey all, it was a great day of picking and passing on tricks of the trucks as wel as learning just how fast and easy popping a dogleg windshield out... Which I bet would apply to any car or truck...
Meeting yet another FTE member (59 shorty) is always a joy as those Ive met respect the rig vs cutting and bending other parts someone else might need.

I got alot more off of the truck after you guys left Mark... Rain started as I left too...
I have an ad in classifieds for those needing parts.


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