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Old 02-06-2005, 10:41 PM
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F-150 or Bronco coils wanted...

Does anybody close by (Twin Cities area) have an old set of stock F-150 or Bronco coils they want to get rid of?
I live in the north metro area...
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I have some you can have. I work in Vadnais heights and would be glad to give them away if you want to arrange a time to pick them up. They are off my 92 (the stock ones). PM me if you are interested.

Note: I haven't forgotten about the pedel setup.
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THANKS COULEEMAN...just what the doctor ordered.
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