FOR SALE State Trooper Grand Fury Parts

FMJ Body Parts For Sale

  1. cheeseburgerhead70

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    Have for sale; State Patrol K frame from a 85 Grand Fury, and the 8 1/4 rear, W/ sway bar. K- frame $400.00 Plus shipping, 8 1/4 W/Sway bar $ 450.00 Plus shipping. Or come Pick it up for free. 30 Minutes South of Lincoln, Nebraska.( You arrange shipping and pick up) I will wrap it up. Offers are always welcome. Pictures to come...
     
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    your online handle of cheeseburgerhead70 is great
    (of course, it could be that its close to dinner time and I'm hungry... hahahahaha)

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    What is what is your ZIP code so I can check shipping
     
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    Pm me your address so can get the full shipping
     
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    Thanks Justwondering !!!
     
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    Use 68508 for the Zip sent you a conversation... not sure if you got i... But the address I sent is for my business and has a dock for loading, may save on shipping.
     
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    Rearend with swaybar
     
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    I was going to have it delivered to my job because it has a high. Dock
     
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    LMK I can strap it to a pallet and wrap in plastic....
     
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    I'm jumping in here because I'm a truck driver and have worked in freight delivery... not because anybody asked for my input.
    Smart move. Most freight companies add a liftgate charge, that's for pickup AND delivery.
    Also a smart move. When I drove for Yellow and USF Reddaway I had to refuse pick-ups because of drooling oil and/or coolant. Junkyards know the score, but sometimes the citizen selling parts online didn't... they'd set an engine or trans on a busted-up pallet they found in a dumpster behind Kroger and expect me to put that pile of trash on my trailer. Sorry but no. Freight trailers aren't clean-rooms, but leaking oil or coolant is HazMat and a hazard for every person or piece of equipment that has to enter that trailer until it gets cleaned-out properly... expensive, especially if you occasionally carry foodstuffs which most freight companies do.
    Freight needs to be properly secured and the fluids need to be completely drained and drippage contained. It's not so much a matter of convenience for the driver (he's already there), but compliance with state and federal laws (FDA, OSHA, etc)

    Thank you guys for being savvy to this. I no longer haul general freight, I drive for an organic produce company. Last year I wanted to bring home a 390 Ford engine I was gonna buy from a guy who happened to be along one of my lanes of travel. I was smart enough to ask our compliance dept if it would be a problem putting it (strapped and wrapped) on my trailer... turns out it would have. My company is super chill and had no problem with me doing it, but the introduction of HazMat into the trailer would have triggered a next-level sanitization process that would have to be completed before the trailer could be used again. Also, expensive and unnecessary... not worth it.