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Old 08-25-2014, 09:23 PM
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Here's an F2/F3 tailgate someone's selling - just sharing cause they are rare

Not mine...

Just sharing this cause he says he may have other parts for this truck. And it's on the east coast and he is willing to ship it.
This doesn't happen often at all.

I know how hard they are to find so I wanted to let you guys who need one find this auction...
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And it's on the east coast and he is willing to ship it.

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But under Shipping to, it says

"Shipping to: Will arrange for local pickup only (no shipping)."
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Old 08-25-2014, 09:43 PM
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But under Shipping to, it says

"Shipping to: Will arrange for local pickup only (no shipping)."

Keep reading the auction text at the bottom...he says he will consider all offers including shipping.
He just didn't want to estimate the amount on the auction and get shafted if the amount is actually different than the 'calculator' will show. I don't blame him one bit cause a big heavy item like this can be tricky to use the shipping calculator tool. Better to do it manually.

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Thanks Joe...
My reply to your post just made me saw that the site bumped me from 'senior user' to 'elder user'.
Now I feel old.
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Thanks Joe...
My reply to your post just made me saw that the site bumped me from 'senior user' to 'elder user'.
Now I feel old.
And now I want to yell at kids to stay off my lawn. And hike my pants up past my waist.
Elder user? All you guys - Don't look to me for wise and educated answers to posts. I'm more like the guy who sits at the campfire and just nods his head when the real elders point to the eagles in the sky and draw meaningful pictures in the sand to explain the tribe's next move. Oh, and the one that grabs the last morsel of dried fish from the fire when everyone else is looking at the sky.



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