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If you are looking for parts, post them here.
If you find parts and think someone could use them, post them here.

I know some of us have junkyards crawling with our trucks and others may not have access to junkyards or parts may be scare.

So I thought it would be a good idea to post up what people are looking for/need to see if other members have a junkyard around with the parts.

Hopefully this thread doesnt get deleted, not trying to sell anything. Just a useful thread for available parts and cheap mods that others may not have access too.
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Found lots of Efan, Auto lamp switches wires, rancho shocks, aux tranny coolers with fans, fan clutches and fans if anyone is in need. Also have a radio bezel.
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Found lots of Efan, Auto lamp switches wires, rancho shocks, aux tranny coolers with fans, fan clutches and fans if anyone is in need. Also have a radio bezel.
What does that junkyard charge for windstar fans and Tranny cooler w/ fan?
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What does that junkyard charge for windstar fans and Tranny cooler w/ fan?
$40 for windstar fans. I can post pics. I picked up a couple today. I would suggest using a small 9" or so on the tranny cooler.
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Complete intake manifold


Drive line


FX4 shocks, leaf springs, and blocks


Front end components
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I really need to go mess around in my junkyard to see what I can come up with. Efans will be my first stop.
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Can't say Ill be doing an E-fan swap anytime soon (I tow to much). But for the average f150 owner i think its a good MPG swap.
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I dont tow nearly enough for it to hurt me. If it can pay for itself in a tank or two of gas it cant be a terrible idea can it?
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I dont tow nearly enough for it to hurt me. If it can pay for itself in a tank or two of gas it cant be a terrible idea can it?
Not at all. I think under a load, the factory fan clutch cools and has more CFM of air than most E-fans. But generally the E-fans are much more efficent at just driving un-loaded.

I'm swaping out my factory radiator for an 01 navi.... it holds nearly double the coolant as our factory ones, so thats why im keeping the fluid clutch and fan.
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