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Old 04-29-2008, 03:41 PM
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I stumbled upon this website and I was wondering if anyone on here has done any business with them? All that I'm looking for is if they are a good company to purchase from or if I should just pass and go to someone else.
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I stumbled upon this website and I was wondering if anyone on here has done any business with them? All that I'm looking for is if they are a good company to purchase from or if I should just pass and go to someone else.
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I dealt with them often. back when I was building broncos. They are full of info and parts. Best thing for me is I could place the order over the phone and then drive an hour to pick it up my order. Never had to wait around because they had the hour to get it together.

If I was building a Bronco or Older Ford truck I would use them again.
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Added a poll so vote on what I should do.
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I dealt with them often. back when I was building broncos. They are full of info and parts. Best thing for me is I could place the order over the phone and then drive an hour to pick it up my order. Never had to wait around because they had the hour to get it together.

If I was building a Bronco or Older Ford truck I would use them again.
How was the quality of the parts and how well did they fit?
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How was the quality of the parts and how well did they fit?
everything I got from them was of great quality and fit right with no cutting or modifications needed.

I know numerous people that have used them. I was refferred to them by one of the numerous people. Like I said if I was building another Bronco or older Ford truck I would use these guys again.
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I bought a lot of my stuff for my 79 from them .. weather stripping, windshield and rear glass seals, carpet, sill plates glove box liner bunch of trim the list is endless...... great guys to deal with

I ordered all over the phone then drove 1 1/2 hrs to their shop to check it out and pick up my stuff


also if ya don't mind bending your budget... Dennis Carpenter oem quality built from factory Ford tooling ... I also bought a lot from them in the sheet metal department and bright-work( bumpers, grill, grill shell, headlight bezels) its expensive I paid $500 for a grill shell plus shipping and brokerage to the tune of $840.00 but it fit 100% and looked like the day it rolled off the show room floor

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I haven't dealt with them but I have dealt with a company called Bronco Parts in Sacramento, CA. If you can't find what you need with Bronco Graveyard try Bronco Parts. I wonder if this the same company as Jeff's Bronco Graveyard?
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I haven't dealt with them but I have dealt with a company called Bronco Parts in Sacramento, CA. If you can't find what you need with Bronco Graveyard try Bronco Parts. I wonder if this the same company as Jeff's Bronco Graveyard?
The website link he posted is the same as Jeff's Bronco Graveyard. If he can't get the part from them then it is not made. They are like JC Whitney to Jeeps. They have everything to build a bronco except the frame.
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Well I'm getting parts for the work truck. The site is great but I see myself being poor in a couple of months. There is so much stuff I just wanna buy everything they have for the work truck.
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Well I'm getting parts for the work truck. The site is great but I see myself being poor in a couple of months. There is so much stuff I just wanna buy everything they have for the work truck.
Don't it suck when you visit sites like that. Good thing the wife has the credit cards huh.
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