1980 - 1986 Bullnose F100, F150 & Larger F-Series TrucksDiscuss the Early Eighties Bullnose Ford Truck
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The other day a lady in a '99 Corola decided to play chicken with the back of my pickup. I was sitting at a light and she rear-ended me going 40 mph. It buckled the rear bumper, off-centered the bed and shoved the bed into the cab smashing out the rear window.
When I called up to French Lake Auto Parts, they said they have an 8 foot bed from an '85 Ford TK. I've never heard of this type of truck. Did they really mean truck or is there a special type of bed called TK. I'd call back up there to ask them, but cell phone time to Minapolis from Iowa aint cheap.
I think theres a lot of people on here like that with names that dont have anything to do with what they drive now. You might want to put that in your sig though to avoid future confusion. As far as the TK thing, the person you talked to may have not understood the abbreviation that was being used. I'd agree with stosh though, it's a truck.
1993 F-250 HD XLT Lariat SC 4X4 7.3/5spd ATS WG turbo @ 12psi, 3" DP 4" straight exhaust, 5" stacks, Hypermax cowl induction with inline filter, IP up 3 flats, DPS stage 1 injectors, GPR LED mod, SMF conversion, coolant filter, catch can, Pyro/Boost gauges.
1986 F-250HD XLT Lariat 4X4 6.9/T19, soup bowl mod, straight pipe.
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