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post #461 of 478 (permalink) Old 12-11-2014, 11:52 PM
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post #462 of 478 (permalink) Old 12-12-2014, 12:51 AM
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I saw that there when the front axle was still under it, but we were too lazy to pull it

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U-Pick Parts Sun Valley. Two mid 80's BKO's, one had that Roll-Along package on it, the roof rack and fender flares all in good shape, the other one had a factory "Sport"(roll)bar in it.

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Anyone in Socal seen a 78-79 Bronco or 76-79 F100/F150 4wd in a yard lately? It's been a while since I've seen one....6 months maybe.
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Monrovia pick a part. Last two times I have been there two of the 78 79 broncos were sitting there.

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Thanks for the heads up. Is that the one that is near Irwindale Speedway?
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post #467 of 478 (permalink) Old 01-17-2015, 03:53 PM
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yea

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Thanks.
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You can also go on there websites. they have an innovatory of the cars just not the parts left on them. I have done this many times and usually the cars they show are in the yard. Its what i usually do before hitting any yard.

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Or try using Row52.com. They don't have many of the So. Cal Jyards but I've been surprised in the past.




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You can also go on there websites. they have an innovatory of the cars just not the parts left on them. I have done this many times and usually the cars they show are in the yard. Its what i usually do before hitting any yard.
I tried it a while ago and the inventory online seemed to lag what was out there real bad. Maybe it's better now, but I checked when they just rolled that out, and it wasn't worth the time. Thanks for the reminder....have to give it another look.
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Pick Your Part Sun Valley.........
Two early 80's BKO's, still some good stuff on them. Lots of mid 90's F series.
There was one F350 4x4, still had front axle looks like someone grabbed the springs cuz the axle is just hanging there by the shocks and steering linkage, that one won't last long.
Also a Jeep with front d44, drivers drop

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anybody seen any 4.9L broncos/trucks/vans lately? looking for throttle body.
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Yes, Wilmington or Anaheim PYP had I-6 full size's last weekend.
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anybody seen any 4.9L broncos/trucks/vans lately? looking for throttle body.
3 or 4 at Sun Valley pick your parts

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Sun Valley Pick Your Parts has 3 broncos 82-96 and also a lot of various F-150, F-250 87-96 Trucks as of Sept. 30th. Cheers!
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PYP in Anaheim on Beach Blvd has an 84-86? Bronco with 4" ProComp lift on it as of yesterday. I saw the part # on the leaf springs so I searched the #. There ya go.

update: Went back yesterday....springs were being pulled out when I walked by.
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