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Old 04-03-2012, 06:47 PM
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Well if anyone has a stock grille and or emblem for a 96 F250 I need both. Also I am looking for the tailgate fascia for the same truck.
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I'm not sure if the door panels are the same XLT to Custom if they are I could use them for sure !!! Dave
I think they are the same, it is the lower portion that is different.
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I also know I have a pair of amber turn signals some where if anyone needs one or both, need to dig them up along with the red rear signals


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would love to find a black rubber floor for an extended cab to replace my carpet with
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just had an idea........... was thinking of restoring the headlights on Mean Green, (95 F-350), But if anybody had a set I'd pay for shipping to 88350.
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I would try and restore them first. If not I just got these for my truck:

1992 Ford F150 Truck PU Basic Set Light Kit at 1AAuto.com with how-to installation video.
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Old 04-03-2012, 11:16 PM
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I need a plastic clip for the peg of a sun visor on my 87 Bronco. You know the part that screws to the roof. My interior is red , but , I will take anything.

I also need a grill ,headlight bezel, and the headlight lenses passenger side for a 96 F 250.

I have some 7.3 DI fuel filter housings laying around if anybody needs them. They are for the OBS trucks 94-97. I may have a few other things laying around. I will check when I go out to the shop next.
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I'm looking for a set of dual rear wheel fuel necks with hoses for a 1990 or whatever fits. The truck is an 86, but updated to EFI and has 1990 fuel tanks and I would like to get the later filler system on it.
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I have 2 radiators. One from a 1991 f150 and the other I'm not sure about but it fits in the same space. The only difference is the radiator fill neck does not have the small opening for the throttle body cooling line. I also have a complete but disassembled E4od out of same. I'm not on all of the time but I do check back periodically. If anyone wants this stuff it's theirs.
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I have 2 radiators. One from a 1991 f150 and the other I'm not sure about but it fits in the same space. The only difference is the radiator fill neck does not have the small opening for the throttle body cooling line. I also have a complete but disassembled E4od out of same. I'm not on all of the time but I do check back periodically. If anyone wants this stuff it's theirs.
Where are you located, I'm interested in the E4OD stuff.
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E4od stuff.

I'm in northern CA. I'v got just about everything but like I said, It's all in pieces.
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Damn, you couldn't get much further away, shipping would probably be a killer. Get a weight and see what it looks like, if nothing else I will probably take the solenoid pack for when I do my MAF conversion.
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I'll get a weight check and a cost but I don't think that the solenoid is any good. But I'll look around and see if I can locate one that was working.
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Cool we got the sticky!
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I'm in northern CA. I'v got just about everything but like I said, It's all in pieces.
Where in NorCal u from? If your close I can scavenge parts lol. Maybe.
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