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Old 07-12-2006
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That don't look so bad, heck you could fix it yourself most likely cept for the paint (well maybe you can I can't) and frame if it needs straightneing. If it were my new truck in that situation I'd buy it back and fix it myself. Hit the Jyard and find a truck with a good front end and you would get almost everything you need it looks like to me, then it'd just be the matter of getting a bed or bedside. Well I guess it really depends on what the insurance company dould do about the $6800 I still owe on it, I 've never been in that situation so I don't know what it would be like. In my opinion get it away from that Ford dealership, I'm sure there's a good collision repair shop than can do the work cheaper, or get the quotes and do the work yourself.
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Holy crap nice spindles, that sux, but hey u have an excuse to get a new one if it is totaled.
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OUCH!!! That hurts! Let us know what the insurance guy says.
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that's a shame....

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it just makes me cry.... :(... but i have looked at some new ones.. and whatever they do... i think everything should be fine. well i would do all the work myself.. but i dont really wanna deal with it.. i dont have the equipment i need... and if they decide to fix it.. id rather have ford put all new ford parts back on it the right way if you know what i mean....
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that sucks man. wish i could have been there to look out for a fellow '98 owner. there are only so many left.
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ouch the rim like that is nasty lookn
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Dude that sucks!
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your not letting it sit like that with the radio falling out sitting there, hell a vandal or someone that sees that who wants a radio say goodbye because i doubt they wont hesitate to break into your truck causing you more grief.
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