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  1. 95stepside
    03-30-2012 02:22 PM - permalink
    95stepside
    hey buddy i know you were looking for a bed and i came across this as on Craigslist just now

    http://dubuque.craigslist.org/pts/2892625517.html

    i'm not sure where you're located, but they're kinda hard to come by around here, so it might be worth the drive
  2. Countryman93
    03-15-2012 02:32 PM - permalink
    Countryman93
    yeah my truck was haha i wanted 4x4 because i work snow removal, but the insurance is coming to get it tomorrow for $2600 hahaa they ripped them selves off, there person slide into my truck one day 2weeks ago and dented the whole drivers side of the bed lol and now i get the money yet the engine needs about 1k of work. lol kbb was 1200 yet she said NADA for my trck was 2600 haha ohwelll
  3. bikeymikey
    02-22-2012 09:51 AM - permalink
    bikeymikey
    hey! beatiful truck! i really admire (like many on this forum i am sure) folks who take care of their vehicles, and it certainly looks like you took care of your f150.
    while i'm not sure if this is proper etiquette, i'm sending this msg this way because i didn't want to hyjack a thread you recently started, about replacing the steering components. i have a 94 351 4x4 and am going to do the same thing you did, plus radius arm bushings, minus steering box and pitman arm (i feel that same wander you're describing and my right RA bushing is shot). can you tell me what tools you needed, the sequence of steps and any pitfalls i might encounter? our truck is our only vehicle and i have a wife and two kids so it can't be out of commission for very long. thank you

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  • About mrslyfox
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    Was never a Ford guy until I bought this truck. Well even then I wasnt a Ford guy, but I bought it new in 1994 for the simple fact it was cheaper than an equal Chevy. Over the years, it has changed my way of thinking. Currently am in the process of putting many new parts on it, not because its running bad or showing any bad signs, its not just simply think its time. Once I get all that done, the body is next. Engineering with braking systems is my occupation.
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  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 XLT 4x4
    Year
    1994
    Engine
    5.0 302cu.in.
    Modifications
    257,000 miles. Engine, tranny and clutch all original.
    2" Front end level
    DeeZee running boards, bed caps, front box protector, tailgate protector, toolbox
    31x10.5x15 tires

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  • Join Date: 12-24-2011

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