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|02-18-2017, 11:53 PM||#1|
December 2013 OTOTM
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: Between Omaha & Des Moines
Vehicle Year: 1985
Vehicle Make: Ford
Vehicle Model: Ranger
I use this vehicle for: A weapon of massive consumption.Rep Power: 10
80-89 Light Truck Parts Book
Been on a book buying binge lately, picked up the 80-89 Light Truck Parts Book CD. Covers everything from Rangers to one tons and vans.
It is sectioned nicely, easy to get around (although you have to fish thru a bunch of other models to get exactly what you want) and is nice and clear to read.
If your truck is stock and staying that way a parts book for your specific model and year isn't too bad (around $40 on ebay) but if your truck is a freaky mutt like mine with Ranger, Bronco II and F-150 parts of various years it is nice to have the option to find everything.
Still working out how to use the text part of the thing (actually two books, one with pictures, another with mainly text)
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