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Old 07-27-2006, 08:03 PM
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I have a set of 4 new in the box, never installed 15x10 5.5bolt pattern eagle alloy wheels that I am willing to sell for $400. for the set. Will throw in a bottle of wax, lug nuts and a set of locking lugs. Bought these for my 92 f150 but they are too wide, will stick out too far. Paid $550 for everything.
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Old 07-27-2006, 08:06 PM
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Do you have pics of the wheels you can post?
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:06 AM
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Hood

I have a hood from a 1976 F-250 I was thinking of selling since my 77 is long gone. Let me know if anyone is looking for one.
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Old 07-30-2006, 05:21 PM
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Hey guys I also have a 78 bronco that I am looking to get rid of cheap. I could use the money and I have absolutely no time to work on it, I can barely keep my daily driver goin. Its a 78 Bronco 351M c-6 trans, I believe it has an np205 t-case, 9"rear, It has 33x12.5R15 tires and wheels on it, the tires are starting to dryrot. The truck does run and drive, it is not inspected and has not been for quite a few years due to me not having time to work on it. THe body is in decent shape, there is a lift kit on the truck but I am not sure how much, I have replaced the alternator, battery, I have a water pump for it and brake hoses but are not installed yet, I would recommend this vehicle be towed, the last time i went to drive it around the yard it wanted to cut out under hard loads, there is an edelbrock carb, intake and air cleaner on it. I put new plugs in it about a year ago, new door panels not installed yet cost me $150. I am lookin to get about $600 or best offer, send me a message and I will get you pictures and make me an offer. Have clean title. Thanks
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Looking for a bedliner for a 1988 F250, decent shape, no holes (had one of those) Under or over rail. Also tailgate for same. Southeast Pa, Chester County.
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Old 08-08-2006, 09:37 AM
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Lucky me slid out & nailed a curb doing about 25mph...need the passenger side radius arm bracket & bushing for a '95 F-150 now. Also, need a tailgate for a '92 F-350.
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Old 08-08-2006, 11:39 AM
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Hey guys,
I have a Class III hitch that will fit a 97-03 F150. I bought it at U-Haul and it's one of their tubular hitches, I only had it on the truck for 7 months before I sold it for a new one (truck). I have all the mounting hardware to go with it. Let me know, I can email ya pics, I'm just looking to get it out of the garage, don't want to make a killing off of it.
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I have some parts left over from my 86

-2 clusters apart, gauges circuit boards
-tailgate trim panel in good condition, has very minor dents when looking at it real hard,small crack in red plastic that you need to be 6 inches away to see, and 1 standoff on rear for mounting broke off. I have pictures. I made the tailgate trim sound way worse than it really is, but it's honest.
-d/s vent window, not perfect but works
-round tube grille
-dual air pumps for emisson system.
-factory radio that worked when I pulled it out, am/fm tape.
-older dee-zee crossbed, single lid toolbox in good shape, needs polished, but will clean up. (Diamond plate)( also have pictures)

If anyone has a use for any of these parts, let me know. I'm not looking to make much, just clear out some stuff that I no longer need.

I can be reached at ride2hard@hotmail.com, or my cell, 610-505-3294. Once again, i'm going to make pricing VERY reasonable. Thanks.
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Looking for 16 hubcaps with the hole for lockout hubs. I have two without hole will trade or sell. Vintage 1988 F250, also tailgate , still looking for a bedliner too.
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OK maybe be pushing it here but I am looking for salt spreader that will fit in a 8ft F-250 bed. or a tailgate/hitch spreader for my F250.
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1987 f150 four wheel drive for sale

Hi live in southern pa zip 19330 if interested in a good running well maintained truck for 1500 check out my ad on main site also need blue seat in good condition for my 1991 f250 can use 1990 -1996or97 thanks.Randy
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Hey rmc1148,
Had your thread moved over to the official buy, sell, swap or give away thread. While your here why don't you check out the join thread and become an official member of the Pennsylvania Chapter.
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Old 09-04-2006, 08:55 AM
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soondg bout that 460 love to help you out with takin that motor off yer hands but thats a 500mi round trip. if i was still takin shipn cars over seas and takin them to wilmington,de to be put on the boat i'd swing up to philly n pick it up no problem, but i'm not doing that no-mo, told dealer to kick up some more $ cause of fuel prices and 100.00 one way to run the pike loaded, he said no so i sez call someone else...i'm sure i can find a motor closer to my house thnx for the offer though. let you kno how it goes
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Old 09-04-2006, 10:27 AM
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That's okay Huck, if you wanted it you could have it. I'll just hold on to it for some future project. Maybe my daughters Bronco if I ever acquire it. Though I would really like to convert that to diesel.
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1987 f150 for sale

Wanted to add truck has factory heavy duty suspension with dual front shocks and heavy rear springs runs well looks as good as most also tires/wheels alone were close to 900 and less than a 1000mi.Randy
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