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Old 09-19-2019, 08:16 PM
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Default Ford parts for my 2005 Excursion

So like the subject line describes; there are some Ford parts that I need for my Excursion and I want to get these parts fixed before the winter comes. I will be using this truck to collect oil in this winter. Come the spring, I'm finally going to install my V4 and get my diesels on a high cholesterol diet of fully hydrogenated fatty-chain acids.

When I last frequented the boards, Tousley Ford out of Minnesota still the best place for parts. Are they still the best place?

I'm in need of a tumbler, the cover in the top/front of the radiator and block heater plug; if that matters in where I can buy the parts on the cheap.

Thank you for the advice.

A 2003 F250 XLT "bullet-proofed" - she runs like a raped ape
A 2005 Excursion Limited "bullet-proofed" - is pretty quick for weighing 9,200 lbs.

A large part of me wants to run my F250 with a twin-turbo setup; but can I justify the cost while not pulling the cab?

Of course I say "Yes I can, oh yes I can" yet my wife will say
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Old 09-20-2019, 01:17 AM
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Toulsey is the best for genuine Ford parts.

For aftermarket you can look at Rockauto.

2005 6.0 PSD Eddie Bauer Excursion
ARP Studs,Blue Fuel Spring Upgrade, Air Raid Intake System, 4" Stainless Exhaust, 200 Degree Mishimoto Thermostat, V4 Install in Progress
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