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Old 05-05-2010, 08:19 PM
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Medium/heavy duty truck junkyards

I'm looking for a medium/heavy duty truck jy here in Washington, I know of several ones for light trucks, but none of have anything bigger than an F350. Any ideas? The closer to Seattle the better. Thanks

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I want to say I've heard of something called Budget Auto Wrecking, or Budget Truck Wrecking... Not sure exactly what goes down there. There's a bunch here in Spokane, but I'm unfamiliar with Seattle junk yards.
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I've been to budget a couple times, they're in Auburn next to the railroad yards. Great place, last time I was there they had about a dozen 73-79 trucks, but nothing bigger than an F350...

EDIT: Wait, I take that back, now that I think of it they did have an F500 in there once, it was an old one though, like a 58 or a 59. The poor thing had sat under a tree forever and a day, and it was gone the last time I was there. Looked like it had a y-block in it.

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Try SouthHill Auto Wrecking. Just a hair south of Puyallup.
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