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Old 04-12-2005, 01:39 PM
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1949 Mercury\Ford 1 ton P\U brakes

Is there anyone that knows of a supplier for old heavy truck parts?

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Old 04-12-2005, 05:25 PM
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just saw you're from the peg, same here got some pics of your truck?
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Hey, nice to meet a fellow 'pegger, unfortunatly I moved to Sudbury awhile (last august) ago, just havent updated my address. Yeah I've got some pics i'm going to post soon and i'll be crusing thru your, my old, town this summer.
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I thought i recognized your nickname, i took a look at your pics about 4 months ago when i was building this chopper bike, anyways i saw yours and was impressed, i'll post pics of that to. I didn't even notice at the time where you were from. crazy. and thanks a million for that site, i've talked to a few but they have the best price so far, and i just got told by the local rad shop it would be $700.00+ to fix mine as you could undrstand.
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1949 Mercury\Ford 1 ton P\U brakes

Here's a couple I have used in the past for my '48 & '50 F-1's:

http://www.joblotauto.com/

http://www.classicautoparts.com/

If you use one of these, I would recommend you contact them with your specific needs before ordering anything so they don't send you F-1 or F-2 parts by mistake. You have to email Joblot unless you want to call their local phone number. Classicautoparts has a toll free number if you can do that from the Great White North ;-).

Good hunting.
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Hey, nice to meet a fellow 'pegger, unfortunatly I moved to Sudbury awhile (last august) ago, just havent updated my address. Yeah I've got some pics i'm going to post soon and i'll be crusing thru your, my old, town this summer.
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