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Old 05-29-2014, 12:30 PM
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parts for sale in the classified ads

ok guys, lets try this.
if you have parts for the 94.5 to 97 powerstroke trucks you would like to give the forum users first crack at, post them to the classifieds like you would normally do. then copy and paste the link here with a description of the item.
no prices in the posts, and only parts you yourself have for 94.5 to 97 powerstroke trucks.

then once the parts sell, let me know and i will delete the post.

we will try this for a month, and see how it runs. if it gets to be a problem, i will kill it.
if it runs smoothly, it will stay.
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Thanks! I feel like I'm partially responsible so ill kick off the festivities!
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...l#post14390687
Tan 40/20/40 split bench w center console, very nice shape. Reason for selling is kinda funny actually... I was pissed my center console didnt have drink holders so i got these seats from a fella down the road... Turns out they dont have the same mounting holes as my custom "Roll-a-Long" interior.. Not that thats a big deal, i have the technology to retrofit them but while re-installing my center seat i found this....... I literally had no idea there was a secret compartment in the center seat...
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Thanks! I feel like I'm partially responsible so ill kick off the festivities!
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...l#post14390687
Tan 40/20/40 split bench w center console, very nice shape. Reason for selling is kinda funny actually... I was pissed my center console didnt have drink holders so i got these seats from a fella down the road... Turns out they dont have the same mounting holes as my custom "Roll-a-Long" interior.. Not that thats a big deal, i have the technology to retrofit them but while re-installing my center seat i found this....... I literally had no idea there was a secret compartment in the center seat...
how much and where do you live??
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Old 06-09-2014, 11:29 AM
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The moderator asked that we don't talk buisness here. You can go to my link for the classifieds, there you will find more information. You can PM me as well..
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Good idea, Tom.

Here is a link to my posting for (2) engine covers.
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Got a pair of NIB SD 7.3 Dorman UVCH, OVCH, and VC gaskets.

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Seats and wheels

Hopefully this is alright. I'll remove it if anyone has an issue.
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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...l#post14509220

Have a bunch of misc f250-f350, f450 parts and interior pieces for sale.
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Have a bunch of misc f250-f350, f450 parts and interior pieces for sale.
Do you have the tan drivers side A pillar trim?
That look like this.
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Front bench seat from my sig truck.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/13...l#post14544889
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A truck 4 sail sell sale

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These are leather front seats I found on craigslist while hunting (still am) for grey 40/20/40 OBS seats. The seller didn't know much about them as he is selling them for an employee that has been hit with some medical issues. They are clearly newer than the OBS, and the seller says there is a fomoco sticker. I know, this all sounds fishy, which is why I am willing to be your local representative, for whatever that is worth.


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I have a couple spare zf 5 parts kicking around

- Both pieces of a rear drive shaft from a cclb with 4407 t-case
- zf5 crossmember the 3 piece one
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parts and parts truck......

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This is a good idea Tom!
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