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Old 09-30-2011, 09:20 PM
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Flooded out Powerstroke dually

Hey all,

I'm going junkyard diving tomorrow. This week in the prep yard area there was a crew cab, long box dually Powerstroke in the yard... asked my friend who works there what the deal is. He says it was brought in as a flood vehicle. I couldn't see it from closer than 20 feet away, but it does have a nice set of Alcoa's on it (4 AL 2 steel). He says it's going to hit the yard tomorrow at 8AM, they open at 9.

Who's in need of what? I will turn wrench provided you provide shipping (and some beer). Shoot me an email at (phonetically) echo, kilo, foxtrot, india, november, november, at, gmail, dot, com.

Cheers.
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Old 10-01-2011, 03:54 AM
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What year? And where would parts be located at?
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Old 10-01-2011, 09:32 AM
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Maybe a zf5 if available?
And engine parts
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Old 10-01-2011, 04:33 PM
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Sorry guys, bust... it's a 92 IDI RWD with auto. I was pretty bummed because I wanted a set of injectors to send off for rebuild while I remain mobile.

Box is in really good shape, rear diff is a 4.10 if anyone needs anything out of it. Let me know if anyone needs anything off it as I'll be down there a few times this week to get some Mercedes stuff of an older 123 chassis.
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would the alcoas work on a 1996 ford f350 dually mason dump 4x4?
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:53 PM
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would the alcoas work on a 1996 ford f350 dually mason dump 4x4?
Probably... The regular 8-lug bolt pattern was the same forever on GM, Dodge, and Ford. Not sure when the other two changed but Ford stayed with the same 8-lug pattern all the way up until the superduty.

Yard's closed tomorrow, but I'll have to bring an impact with me next time because there was one lug that was frozen on pretty good. I couldn't get it off with my iron.
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Old 10-01-2011, 09:47 PM
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Dodge still runs same pattern iirc and gm changed theirs in like 05 I believe maybe even later than that
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Pm sent I want those alcoas ive been look for two years!!!!!!!
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Pretty sure i asked first about the alcoas...
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Sorry buddy didnt notice
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