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Old 08-05-2007, 07:05 PM
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So what did you find at Carlise trucK?

Any one find some gold . That odd thing that if had money would buy? Buddy said guy had tach dash sets for 94-95 truck for $60 course he didn't get me one . I even gave him money to find one.
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I picked up a set of 16.5x10 wheels off an old fire truck. Didn't get them from anyone at Carlisle though. They came from Ryan Papp in the Delaware Chapter, three of them had meat on them. Two of the tires looked good, Matt (96P_Stroke4X4) is bringing them back down to Philly for me. I drove up in my daughters Kia thinking I could put them in the trunk and maybe the back seat, Imagine my surprise when I saw the tires on them. I'm very grateful Matt offered to transport them for me. Membership has it's advantages.
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Old 08-06-2007, 06:28 PM
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I picked up a set of 16.5x10 wheels off an old fire truck. Didn't get them from anyone at Carlisle though. They came from Ryan Papp in the Delaware Chapter, three of them had meat on them. Two of the tires looked good, Matt (96P_Stroke4X4) is bringing them back down to Philly for me. I drove up in my daughters Kia thinking I could put them in the trunk and maybe the back seat, Imagine my surprise when I saw the tires on them. I'm very grateful Matt offered to transport them for me. Membership has it's advantages.

That is way always is . Last year I went to Pittsburg parts o rama friend drove his little wagon. Last day they cleaning up . I could have got a 8 90's ford bed for $400 guy didn't want to haul back > How do you fit that on a escort wagon
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Old 08-07-2007, 09:05 AM
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I scored a decent deal on some original red line beauty rings and original chrome center caps from a late 80's early 90's F-150/Bronco. They are going on my 71 F-100 4x2. Trying to keep it as original as possible, or at least as all ford as possible.
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:33 PM
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I have a line on 3 sets and are all at same place. I am selling factory 95 alum set. I like the steel spokes for my winter treads and they are easy to keep up. Glad you found em
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