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Old 01-01-2011, 11:53 PM
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Good wrecking yard source for 2003-2004 Expedition parts?

Does anyone know of any wrecking yards in the Salem/Portland area with a good selection of 03-04 Expeditions?
I am looking for roof rack cross bars, an adjustable brake pedal assembly, and possibly the air induction system for a 5.4 engine (thinking about removing the K&N system installed by a previous owner).

I was just at Atlas Truck Parts (Hubbard) and I will never go there again.
I have been there 3 times. Every time I have gone in there the guy running the place has an attitude that is unbelievable for someone dealing with customers in a retail business. He makes you feel like he is doing you a favor to even talk to you, or help you with finding a part. I decided I was fed up with being treated that way and told him to forget it... I left. I will never go near the place again and I can't recommend it to anyone else based on the way the guy has always treated me (and probably treats everyone).
I know he is not the only yard in the area with Expy parts. Anyone have any specific recommendations?

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Wow, Atlas must be under new management?.......They are usually great to deal with, great stock on hand too...
B&R in Corvallis and Eugene have good numbers of late model Fords in their yards, give them a call...........Sometimes going a little further pays off.
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Have you tried Airport Light Truck and Auto in Salem on Turner Rd.
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Thanks,
I will check these out.
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