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I'm looking for the cover that sits in front of the fuel filter along with the two nuts that hold it in place. Nothing on ebay. 1999 F250 7.3.

Any ideas on where I could find it.

Also need the three piece lug wrench and the little chrome piece that goes on the end to get in to lower the spare.

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There are many variations of that cover depending on the year and vehicle(truck, van, etc.). I believe all of them will work.

As for where to find the cover and the spare tire tools, I would try a junk yard first. If that does not work out, try one of the sponsoring Ford dealers on this forum. They will get you setup.

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There are many variations of that cover depending on the year and vehicle(truck, van, etc.). I believe all of them will work.

As for where to find the cover and the spare tire tools, I would try a junk yard first. If that does not work out, try one of the sponsoring Ford dealers on this forum. They will get you setup.
what he said! PM me with a list and i will shoot you a price!
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I think there are several different keys to the spare tire so that might not an easy one. Supposedly the stealer ship can get you one from the VIN but I don't think it will be free. I was able to get my spare down enough to pop the little lock off rather then hunt the key down.


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I don't see a key on mine. you attach a little end piece to the lug wrench, insert it into a hole in the bumper and just crank the tire down.

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I think there are several different keys to the spare tire so that might not an easy one. Supposedly the stealer ship can get you one from the VIN but I don't think it will be free. I was able to get my spare down enough to pop the little lock off rather then hunt the key down.


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