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Old 05-09-2005, 08:11 AM
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I have been to pullapart a few times and I was wondering if anyone knows of any other salvage yards in the atlanta metro area where you can pull your own parts. I would much appreciate any info I could get.
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Maybe Alewine in Madison county- not sure of the town, if they are still in business.
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Graves auto salvage on Graves Road in Fayetteville IF Joe or Mickey like how you look . They have a lot of 73 up F100 and F150, plus a few 65-72s. What are you looking for?
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A/C parts, and disk brake parts
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I need to change over to a/c and put in power disk brakes. I really need to find a donor truck I guess. I will get it all figured out as the $$$$ warant it.
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You might want to give Graves a call - (770) 461-7953 to see what they have. When I was there a couple of weeks ago to pick up a C4 for my 73, they were setting up a crusher to make some room - would hate to see your doner go to the jaws of death. I know they heve some 73-79s with power disk brakes (and I think that is a bolt on for your '70). I don't know about air for 67-72 series truck, but they do have a few of the trucks. I did the factory air add-on for my 73 (used a '78 doner truck). Not too bad a job.
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Thanx for all the info I will check it out.
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