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  1. sierra308
    12-01-2014 11:56 AM - permalink
    sierra308
    I need a 79 ford styleside long bed in excellent condition,you can email me at sierra308@yahoo.com
  2. grinnergetter
    05-11-2014 07:59 PM - permalink
    grinnergetter
    Sorry, I do not....if I run across any I'll let you know
  3. julcan92
    05-11-2014 04:05 PM - permalink
    julcan92
    Hi there, do you have engine perches for a 300 i6 4wd 1979 f150 ?? Thank you very much
    Julian
  4. nutter3
    04-26-2014 07:11 PM - permalink
    nutter3
    What part of the state are you hunting in?
  5. nutter3
    04-26-2014 07:11 PM - permalink
    nutter3
    I would recommend a stainless rifle, it is so wet up here that a blued rifle will rust in short order, even if you wipe it down daily. Good caliber for caribou is anything from 243 up to 300, nice and flat shooting is what you want. I like a 243 or 25 WSSM myself with 105-115 gr bullets. Bou aren't much bigger than a whitetail.
  6. nutter3
    04-26-2014 07:11 PM - permalink
    nutter3
    Grinner,
    Loving your project. I saw a PM from you yesterday, but now it's missing.
    I hunted for caribou once, back in 1998. We had a air charter from Soldotna fly us out to the mulchatna river. Back then we could shoot 5 caribou each. It was a great hunt (15 caribou later we were tired of packing). I havent kept up with the regulations, but I know a lot of the herds have been hit hard and are much smaller.
    As far as gear, get the best raingear you can. I've heard alot of good things about [url=http://store.kuiu.com/] I have some sitka gear, it is very nice as well. I havent hunted for 6 years (small kids are keeping me at home for now), so I really can't say about the rest of the gear you'll need. Obviousily light is good. Early Sept is usually not too bad weather wise, but you never know.
  7. 77f150c
    03-22-2014 09:41 AM - permalink
    77f150c
    Sorry ment to say fleetside
  8. 77f150c
    03-22-2014 09:37 AM - permalink
    77f150c
    Im interested in a 77 f150 custom 8 foot flareside bed. I was wondering if you had a solid one?
  9. Fordboy1977
    02-05-2014 08:04 PM - permalink
    Fordboy1977
    Interested in info about beds and other body parts
  10. MdubbU
    12-06-2013 07:33 PM - permalink
    MdubbU
    cam across an old post about beds you sell. I was wondering if you still sell them and what you have on hand. Thank you

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  • About grinnergetter
    Location
    NW Indiana
    Interests
    Hunting, trucks and guns
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    IN
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1973
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
    Ride
    2009 F150/ 1973 F250
    Engine type and displacement
    460
    Tranny type
    Automatic
    Tires
    Street Radials
  • Signature
    1973 F250 "the Evil One"
    1979 F250
    1972 Crew Cab.

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