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I picked up my new carpet from ACC in Anniston Alabama. I got the mass backing but didn't get the Essex option because I have to vaccum clean fairly often.

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Thatís who I went with! Mass backed, and sprung for the Essex. Going with WeatherTech liners to keep the carpet in good condition. I beat on the truck, but do my best to take care of her
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My fingers are crossed. I may have finally unraveled my steering shock mystery, I finally found the mount (that everyone says belongs on my truck) that bolts to the frame and holds the shock pin. Everyone says they've never seen the shock mount and shock I have on a Ford Super Duty. Tasca Ford. Weee'llll see.

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My fingers are crossed. I may have finally unraveled my steering shock mystery, I finally found the mount (that everyone says belongs on my truck) that bolts to the frame and holds the shock pin. Everyone says they've never seen the shock mount and shock I have on a Ford Super Duty. Tasca Ford. Weee'llll see.

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Best of luck!

Just ordered a new transfer case shift boot - got mine out, turns out the bottom rubber was torn. F81Z-7277-BC was the part number I ordered up. Also ordered up MOOG ES80754 / ES80755 tie rod ends. Going to piece together all the front end components I intend to replace, and (finally!) get the 4" lift on the truck come Christmas vacation.

Now to replace those rusty screws...
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I put one of their kits in my 69 Mustang, they do good work

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Do you have any Ď69 parts laying around? I could use a straight driver door for my sonís fastback.


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I do not, almost everything I had went with the car when I sold it
I do have a Lincoln Versailles rear axle still that I had re perched for the '69

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Let me scrounge through the storage locker and see what all I have and I'll get back to you

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Do you have any ‘69 parts laying around? I could use a straight driver door for my son’s fastback.


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Dang, I need to check email sooner. I might be interested in the rear end if the deal doesn't go thru with you two
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Picked up the cable kit today, holy carp those cables are HUGE, they should be able to flow a lot of electricity. I'm pretty impressed with how flexible they are for their size.
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Got all my Edge EAS parts and BPD fuel filter cap today

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