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Old 03-09-2010, 03:10 PM
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Anyone need flareside parts?

1993 Ford Flareside Parting Out.

I live right on the other side of town from this guy. Let me know if you need anything and I can contact him and pick it up and then we can work out shipping.
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Does it have a read chrome step bumper?
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hey dude.....look at the post date, its almost a year old, lol, dont feel bad, i was watering at the mouth until i noticed it
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1993 f150 flareside markIII conversion
302(sd), e4od, 3.08 rear gears
(msd 48k coil/cap/rotor)upgraded plug wires
copper cores gapped .55, timing bump to 14btc
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have any pics of your flareside ?
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302(sd), e4od, 3.08 rear gears
(msd 48k coil/cap/rotor)upgraded plug wires
copper cores gapped .55, timing bump to 14btc
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you can also check it out in my garage.
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have any pics of your flareside ?
How do you like it?
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Looks good.... I am presently having a 2 inch leveling kit and a set of AAL's installed on mine. I'll post pics when I get her back....
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Looks good.... I am presently having a 2 inch leveling kit and a set of AAL's installed on mine. I'll post pics when I get her back....
Sounds good
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bbrrrrrrrrrr.....
i would love one like that to have some fun in.....lol, im driving a princess around right now for a daily driver
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302(sd), e4od, 3.08 rear gears
(msd 48k coil/cap/rotor)upgraded plug wires
copper cores gapped .55, timing bump to 14btc
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did you see my post in the other thread about swapping ??
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302(sd), e4od, 3.08 rear gears
(msd 48k coil/cap/rotor)upgraded plug wires
copper cores gapped .55, timing bump to 14btc
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did you see my post in the other thread about swapping ??

I dont know what that is im pretty new to the site. And thats my daily driver. she does great in the snow, you just got to throw some snow in the back and with 4wd your smooth.
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what kind of lift is on your flareside?
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does the flareside still have the front clip because i need both fenders, hood, radiator support, bumper, grill, lights.
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what kind of lift is on your flareside?
a 4" ranchero susp. lift
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does the flareside still have the front clip because i need both fenders, hood, radiator support, bumper, grill, lights.
these parts do not have to come from a flareside,you can use parts from any f150/250/250 from 92-96,and 97 for 250HD and 350 or whatever was the last year of our body style trucks.
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