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  1. Draghon
    01-11-2014 03:20 AM - permalink
    Draghon
    Do you still have the chrome front bumper to that F-150 truck? I need the bumper and the lower plastic part attached to the bumper. I warn you I had a bad experience with a guy in a forum like this but for my Mustang, he was supposed to send me a body kit and basically stole my money, so I ask, will you accept paypal? also is $150 including shipping acceptable for the parts? My insurance claim shows that a replacement bumper is $300...
  2. Whiteford26
    06-17-2013 08:13 PM - permalink
    Whiteford26
    How much for a drop on my truck? Text me. 940-368-4017
  3. josealma
    06-13-2013 11:50 AM - permalink
    josealma
    Hi Rubicon, i still need that bumper, have a friend in Naples who's willing to help me, is there any chance you can meet him somewhere ?
  4. Larryw1
    06-02-2009 07:47 PM - permalink
    Larryw1
    Yes! when I had my own shop it was easier. Now crawling around on the ground is harder.
    I put my own AAL in and the struts, Sway bar, CAI (Easy), Bull bar, Kc Lights.

    Even when I smacked the fire hydant, I did 2000.00 damage to the front. I had the ins pay me to fix my own truck. got the parts at cost and made the labor. ( that way all the parts, clips and wires, went back where they came from).

    I wish I could afford Cams and springs, Cam phaser limiters, long tube headers,

    I think This would add some nice power. without the risk from the SC
  5. Larryw1
    05-26-2009 07:58 PM - permalink
    Larryw1
    Back in March you and wxmcpo got me to get rid of my stacked blocks.
    I also found out that:
    The lift shop put Pro Comp on my invoice. as the product they installed.
    But what I really have is the tuff country 6"
    That pissed me off. I should have done the lift myself I was just lazy. Every thing else I have done myself.
  6. Larryw1
    03-20-2009 03:44 PM - permalink
    Larryw1
    hey Rubi
    I have been looking for 5" two pin blocks for the rear of my 2008 f150. The shop added 3" to the stock 2" blocks ont he inital install of the procomp stage 1 - 6" lift.
    I called pro comp and they told me that adding the 3" block is how they do the Lift of the rear. ( Two Blocks Stacked )
    I haven't been able to find the 5" blocks anywhere. 4 wheel parts said nobody makes them as of yet. The problem is the 2 pin guide set up on the blocks. Do you know wher I can find the blocks I need?

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