Originally Posted by The Traveler
So what are you going to do without all these parts....?
I'm going to have space in my garage, that's what I'm going to do!
K&N air filter
for OEM intake. Includes bottles of cleaner and oil. Recently cleaned and oiled. Great condition. $40.
1.5-gallon air tank. Brand new, never used. Came with my Puma OBA compressor, which I mounted separately. Nice blue color. $20.
MV-50 compressor. Runs, but the little flapper valve in the head that keeps the pressure air from going out the intake is broken, so it doesn't charge up past about 10psi. Easy fix for anyone wanting to do it. Take it.
winch solenoid housing. Mounts on top of the winch, or on the bumper. I did my own custom thing inside the engine bay, so this is extra. Yours if you want it.
Single-piece metal bracket I made to mount my MV-50 above the stock air intake hose (passenger wheel well). Could prolly be used for mounting any number of things needing a flat, horizontal surface (like a fuse box!). It's a no-drill installation. 16-gauge sheet metal painted gloss black. $20.
OEM brake pads and shoes. Used. About 60% life left on the pads, 80%+ on the shoes. Swapped them for some Porterfields, and never looked back. Zero dinero.
Cobra CB mic (CA-79). 4-pin shorty coiled cord. $10.
Unopened tube of Mobil-1 grease. Kept it as a backup for when I couldn't locate Redline or Swepco. Just bring me a pint of porter and it's yours.
PLX Kiwi WiFi OBD2 dongle. Got this hoping to make it work with my Android. Nope. Went with Bluetooth. It has a ~4' cord so you can mount the unit where you like, rather than have a kicking target below your dash. Turns your phone into an OBD2 scanner. I've been using the Torque Pro app, and I can't even begin to praise it highly enough: lets me read codes, reset codes, read pending and stored codes, and the best part of all is it allows me to monitor everything the OBD2 monitors -- I have a gauge for everything! $100 obo.
Side mirrors. Driver side I have just the black housing. Passenger side is complete, with glass, motor, mount, black housing, cable, the works. I needed everything on the driver's side but the cover after my incident, and got these as a package deal from another TW member. Take the passenger unit for $50 and I'll give you the driver side cover for free!
I might be able to dig up the OEM carpet floor mats if anyone wanted them. They have exactly as many miles as it took me to drive it home from the dealership. Been out ever since the truck got home. $40.
Complete matching front and rear thirds, bolt-in ready. OEM 4.10 open gears. Been soaking in Redline since day one, and they look like they haven't got a mile on them. $2000 obo.
Complete front 4x4 drivetrain to go with the above-mentioned third. Basically, I have 90% of what is needed to convert from 2wd to 4wd. Spindles, extension tubes (2 of them!), actuator, most bolts. I don't have the diff support arms, nor the CV axles (you would want new CVs anyway), and the E-Torx bolts I have are really munched up from not using the proper tool to take them off. $600 for the lot.
^So what that means is you can convert from WAAAAA!! to YEAHHHH!! for about $3000, including a few spare parts.^
Passenger bedside in Barcelona Red. 2014 model, so about 5 months old -- and looks like it! I had to take the pair to get the driver's side (slowly but surely I'm building her back up after my Thanksgiving fun). Includes flare and black wheel well liner. Does not include rail cap or metal brackets, or stickers. $400 obo.
Driver's side rear fender flare in Barcelona Red. This one saw the ground while it was on the truck, so it's a bit scratched up. It's also dirty as hell, since I still have yet to wash the truck since that fateful day. $40 obo, and I'll throw in the plastic wheel well liner.
Assorted air system parts, mostly from 18-wheelers, but very adaptable to Tacos. Air line, fittings, a couple tanks, gauges, valves, lots of stuff. Prices vary depending on what it is, but we're really only talking a few bucks here and there. Some of it I may still need for a neighbor's F350 project.
Grey headliner. As of this writing, it's still in the truck. But if you want it, I'll move along to that project sooner than later. The fabric is stretched and a teensy bit floppy by the B-pillars, thanks to the airbags popping. But otherwise in good condition. The footprints from my climbing out are actually still there, so I'll throw those in for free
. Come take it off my hands.
Two brand-new pinion crush spacers and one brand-new pinion solid spacer for the rear diff. Also pinion bearings for same. And a whole wad of rear diff setup shims, all sizes and thicknesses. Everything is from ECGS.
Crush spacers: $25 each.
Solid spacer: $40.
Bearings: $60 for both.
Shims: Free to whomever wants/needs them to go with any of the above.
1.25" wheel spacers, brand-new, never even taken out of their wrap. Set of four. Includes lugs (I think...it's been a while since I've seen them...I'll have to look around for them). $150
Ikea cabinets. A few are totally complete. Some are incomplete and great for making your own cabinets. I got a great deal on a large lot. I really don't need them any longer. Come browse and let me know what you need. Complete cabinets are...let's say $50 each. One white melamine 8' cabinet, one ~6' glass cabinet. Some shelving.
Engine stand. $40