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Old 05-22-2001, 02:09 PM
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I have a 71 f250 Sport Custom 4x2 that I am restoring to mostly origional. I will most likly be posting several questions here in the next few days and weeks because I am new to these boards. Where do I find new rocker panel molding for my truck? It has the tool box on the right side of the bed. Dennis Carpenters, Mac's Antiqe Auto Parts, and LMC Truck do not have the 13 piece set. Thanks for your help. Oh also are there any other good mail order catalog parts supplyers that I shold know about besides the ones listed above?
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I`ve had good luck with www.autokrafters.com
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>I have a 71 f250 Sport
>Custom 4x2 that I am
>restoring to mostly origional.
>I will most likly be
>posting several questions here in
>the next few days and
>weeks because I am new
>to these boards. Where do
>I find new rocker panel
>molding for my truck? It
>has the tool box on
>the right side of the
>bed. Dennis Carpenters, Mac's Antiqe
>Auto Parts, and LMC Truck
>do not have the 13
>piece set. Thanks for your
>help. Oh also are there
>any other good mail order
>catalog parts supplyers that I
>shold know about besides the
>ones listed above?



Hey, great truck. I also own a 71 250 sport custom but a camper special. I was just wondering if the toolbox was an option (Ranger?) because i don't have it. If it was, was it bundled with other stuff. Just wondering thanx

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I'm pretty sure LMC does have the rocker panels your looking for. They also have the 4 piece center trim too. To expensive for me though. I'm going for the de-chromed look.

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-C6 transmision w/B&M 2600rpm stall
-9" Ford Rearend w/4.10 Richmond Gears & 31 spline axles
-215/65/r15 Yokohama's for the front & 28"x13.5"x15" Mickey Thompson ET Street slicks for the back
Best 1/4 mile time @ 3375ft altitude 14.69secs @ 92mph

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Hey thats cool I forgot to say mine was a camper special also. I don't know if the toolbox was part of any special package. My truck is wimbledon white but it was origionally boxwood green and wimbledon white two tone. Does anybody know where I can find an origional seat cover in olive green, also how about a new green dash and drivers side green arm rest. Nowhere that I looked had them in green. Thanks for the help
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I haven't seen anyone with the molding for the toolbox too. Looking at the Ford literature, it appears that the toolbox was a separate option and not bundled into any particular package. They called it both a Tool Stowage Compartment and a Tool Stowage Box. It was only available with the 8-foot Styleside bed but not an option on the F250 4X4.

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