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This topic is all over the place... thought it would be nice to have one organized place for JY reports.

Anyhow, I was by Millikan today, and there were two well picked Broncos. One had pretty decent EB interior and dash trim considering... Also, a almost new looking flowmaster with header-back 3", bent over the axle with a stainless tip. I tried to get it as it was loose, but the truck stand was in the way and I had no saw. Also, it had a stainless Westin push bar, but it was a cheesy bumper mount model, so I didnt bother, but someone else might... One had rancho duals also.

Tailgates were both beat, however all internals were present.

Yesterday I was at Stanton and Anaheim PAP, and found only one FSB, at the Anaheim location, and it looked like it had been picked through for a month.
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Good idea on starting a thread!

Sucks you didn't post up.. I would have met ya over there. I'm literally working 6-7 minutes away and do nothing all day. :)

You didn't happen to stop by pyrite while you were out here? (If you know about that one)

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Nah, I was kind of in a hurry, as fiance and baby were along for the ride.

Next time I'll call for sure.

Let us know what you find on your pre-50%-off scouting mission....
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Im heading to the PAP in San Bernardino this weekend...
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I am planning on the PAP on Milliken on New Years Eve to see if anything is there for the 1/2 off sale New Years Day I will post up if anything is worthwhile.

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nice thread, i found some perfectly new bilsteins on a f150 there on Sunday.

saw the fsb with Ranchos..

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I am planning on the PAP on Milliken on New Years Eve to see if anything is there for the 1/2 off sale New Years Day I will post up if anything is worthwhile.
Stop by hillside as well. It's 5 minutes from the milliken one on pyrite.

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Stop by hillside as well. It's 5 minutes from the milliken one on pyrite.
Might do that, although I hate that hill. Why do they put the trucks at the top?

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Might do that, although I hate that hill. Why do they put the trucks at the top?
Cause I'm fat and lazy.. That's why they are way up there.. Best thing to do is wait for the tractor to give you a ride up there.

There's an Ecology on Santa Ana in Fontana/Colton. I've had good luck finding bronco's there.. Cool place cause the vehicles are on pavement so you don't have to crawl around in the dirt.. lol

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My buddy Keith is in the Ecology yard right now. I told him to keep an eye out for some bronco tailgates.. Sucks there's an F150 with Warn hubs in there right now but he doesn't have any alan wrenches! damnit! That and everything is 25% of there on rainy days. :(

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where is this Ecology??
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where is this Ecology??
Rialto
221 E. Santa Ana Ave., Rialto, CA 92316. (909) 877-6934

At Riverside and Santa Ana ave..

If you take my hubs I'm going to stab you in the eye with an ice pick.






Nah.. If you want them go for it. I doubt I'll be able to get them before they are gone and would rather see them go to a bronco person then some slop loser.

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I need a ZF-5 for a small block V8 with all the clutch parts.

anyone seen one?
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where are you going to find an ICE pick in southern California? I cant even find hockey gear...
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wy would you need one in cali... just wait a min and it heats up
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I need a ZF-5 for a small block V8 with all the clutch parts.

anyone seen one?
Well If I did see one I wouldnt tell. I need one too. But if I see 2 I will.
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where are you going to find an ICE pick in southern California? I cant even find hockey gear...
This is true..

I bought my Chest protector here in Riverside.. The hockey gear is around.. Just gotta know where to look..

Hmm Can't wait till I play on Sunday... woooo.

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I was at Pick Your Part in Anaheim. Not a single bronco or F-series truck.

I was at the Stanton one a few days ago and once again, not a single bronco and maybe 2 F-series trucks. One was a early 90's F-350. Still has a lot of useful things in it that I could see.
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Couple of solid chevy 44's w/ 8 lug stuff and on D50TTB HD (missing the slip shaft cuz I took it) by me.
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Couple of solid chevy 44's w/ 8 lug stuff and on D50TTB HD (missing the slip shaft cuz I took it) by me.
Well where do you live?

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