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Thanks Roger, www.rockauto.com is a great parts source. I couldn't find the NAPA part number for king pins on my '48' but found the MOOG part number on Rock Auto and cross referenced it to NAPA's number on NAPA's website. The reason I needed this was because the king pin set my dad has left over from his Model A is the same set that I need. Sorry for the long post but I'm happy I don't have to buy king pins!
that's a 67 there, anyway, isn't it? yours probably is a carry over.
My friend was at the ford dealer looking to get a then new 99 in December 98. the dealer tried jacking him around telling him that the truck they were trying to sell him was a 99, when indeed it was a 98 as evident from the instrument cluster, lights, grill, and several other key asthetic points. anyway, my point is that.....ok there really was no point to that, just a story that you reminded me of...oh and it was Joe Cooper Ford in Midwest City, OK that this happened at.
'68 F-100 Ranger.... going on ten years of ownership and still planning on working on it...........or selling it.
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