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Old 07-07-2005, 10:17 PM
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Hello everyone, first post on FTE forums. I have recently gotten hold of a 1962 Ford Econoline Pickup(the five window too, yay!) and it needs some minor replacements. I just ordered a catalogue from Mac's. Was wondering if anyone knew about the quality of their parts, and if they are a respectable business. Like they don't over price, good parts, knows there stuff, etc. Thanks.
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I don't know about Macs stuff, But I have some years back dealed with Dennis Carpenter in South Carolina for tailights and windsheild rubber replacements. The deal with mostplastic and rubber components for the Econoline trucks and vans. Give them a check they have a web page.
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Thanks. That info will come in handy this winter when I get enough money to paint the Econoline again. Want to replace the window rubbers.
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all of the rubber products most places sell for the econos are supplied and manufactured by dennis carpenter, so dont pay more from anyone.

some parts on econs are econo only, but most are generic small ford, [i.e. falcon fairlane and mustang], and should be available from the local parts store.



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I don't know about Macs stuff, But I have some years back dealed with Dennis Carpenter in South Carolina for tailights and windsheild rubber replacements. The deal with mostplastic and rubber components for the Econoline trucks and vans. Give them a check they have a web page.
Would you happen to know the URL for that website? Thanks

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Would you happen to know the URL for that website? Thanks

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anytime I want to find a website I just try www. whatever the company or person's name might be .com. So for an example, ww.dennisCarpenter.com.
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