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#1 Syrinx


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Posted 03 September 2003 - 09:36 AM

Well I finally wisited the nearest junkyard to my here in St. Louis on th "all you can carry day" All you could carry for $29.95! Only problem was there was only 4 Soobes and they were all 87 or newer. no LSD'S no 4 bolt Rear disks, nothing I could use. So I went to the MOPAR region of the yard (which was pretty much the whole yard since I'm in Missouri!) and proceded to pull air shock pumps. The rain was coming down in buckets!!!! I was drenched and I forgot my Dikes. (had every other tool I needed) So I had to rip the wires..... But I ended up with 4 air shock pumps hopefully they all work. Wiring a couple of them in tandem I will have plenty of onboard air! All for $30.00 I just wish there was some subie stuff. I would have loaded up!! There was big farm boys walking out sith small blocks, hoods on their heads full of parts. Man it was funny. And cheap. I'm going to try and attach a pic.


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#2 Syrinx


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Posted 03 September 2003 - 09:37 AM


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#3 Syrinx


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Posted 03 September 2003 - 09:39 AM

They are all off mid-80's Caddy's and Tornado's

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#4 mcbrat


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Posted 03 September 2003 - 09:55 AM

cool. I wish the place here had special days like that... always the same. $25 for one of those compressors. I'll have mine at Castana if you want to see how I did mine....



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Posted 03 September 2003 - 10:49 AM

Darn, I thought the pictures were going to be of the farm boys carrying out small cars on thier heads:-\

#6 MorganM


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Posted 03 September 2003 - 11:36 AM

A yard aroundh ere does that once a year. Its great! Thats how I got my 4WD rear end. I dunno if anyone has ever carried an entire rear subframe assembly (only thing I took off was the struts!) but its HEAVY! :eek: Well worth it for $30 however.

McBrat I'll be anxiouse to see your air setup. I was hoping someone there would have some onboard air for airing up tires and such.

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