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Old 04-05-2014, 10:41 AM
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Junkyards for Parts

I just bought my 1972 F250 and I will be needing some parts from time to time.
What are the parts junkyards that are available in the Valley?
I have used the Pull-A-Part on Extension in Mesa.

Others worth going to?
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Old 04-05-2014, 03:26 PM
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from what i understand the Ecology yard on 27th is a good place to find ford truck parts.... my buddy Greg heads there every time he is in town. + they have a half price day i have 2 pieces of the head liner trim your looking for.
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What are you looking for? i have some bumpside stuff hanging around.

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Old 04-06-2014, 06:31 PM
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What are you looking for? i have some bumpside stuff hanging around.

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For now... 15x8ish rims (ones on my truck aren't the style I want)
Visors (4 screws model) for a 72.
Dome light cover
Red light lens on the bed just after the bump (don't know what it's called)

I'm sure there are other things, but I need to make some decisions...
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Good luck finding yards that have parts for old trucks here in the valley. There used to be a lot of them but when scrap prices got so high, they all went to the crusher. Most of the yards down on Broadway that had old truck parts have either closed or crushed all of their old stuff.
Desert Valley probably has what you are looking for but probably want way to much money for the parts.
I used to know where all of the old parts yard were but most of them are gone now. There are still some around but they are few and far between.

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No F250 rims.

I have a set of chrome headliner trim.

May have a dome light.

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No F250 rims.

I have a set of chrome headliner trim.

May have a dome light.

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I got headliner trim from JEFFFAFA over the weekend. Thanks for checking for me!
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