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Old 11-13-2009, 04:23 AM
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Good day at pick n pull

Well went to pick n pull today to help Chris (faded cammo) get a new dipstick tube for his truck. Well while we were checking out some trucks we came across on that was just set out. It was a 94 truck and looked really nice, come to find out it was a cash for clunkers truck (poor thing). Well after we checked it out it had a really nice bench seat in it, it has headrests, fold away arm rest and............LUMBAR!!! So needless to say we grabbed it and threw it in Mater! Man talk about a much nicer ride, no more leaning out the window from worn out padding. I just have to hook the lumbar pump up and try it out. It is grey right now so we will see how it looks once the truck is painted and interior is done. I will get some pics up tomorrow.
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Old 11-14-2009, 11:19 AM
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That's awesome Andy,

One of these days i want to find a mid 90's bench for my 66.

Today I'm tackling the LF wheel bearings and ball joints on the f250.
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It was just one of those right place at the right time things! That sucks having to do ball joints. I would offer my help but we are working 12hr shifts this week...including the weekend, man this sucks!!
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I would have it done by now if weren't for those dang cheapo zerk fittings i bought from advance auto.

The top ball joint comes with a 90deg but it needs a 45deg.

I'm going out to tractor supply in the morning to see if I can find some made in the USA, and actually work!
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Where is the pick and pull located? I need an inner fender well and mud flap for my 04 F-350. I can't find one around here.
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Well here are some pics of the seat I scored! Pick n Pull is on the southbound access road just past the new fantasy fashions between Cabot N Jville.
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Dang, that looks good Andy,

I can already see I'm going to have to go down there and see what I can find.
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Looks good. I smell a road trip.
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Thanks Joe, it is nice not to lean out the window when I drive now.

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Looks good. I smell a road trip.
I would give them a call before you head over, I don't remember seeing anything close to an 04 in there, and we went through all the trucks in there. The number is: 501-241-1400
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Thanks for the heads up. I also have an87 full size Bronco that always needs something.
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