-$325 for EVERYTHING in this ad or priced individually as listed if parts sell off seperately.
-$200-(4)15x10 ford 5x5.5 pattern with 35/12.50r15s taken off of my 73 f100 4x4. The rims are backspaced perfectly for the 73 4x4, with perfect clearance to the tie rod ends, etc. The rims are in great shape and look very nice, but no centercaps or lugnuts. 35/12.50r15 tires look ok, hold air and have some tread, but are weather checked to some degree, and a couple have bead damage maybe from improper mounting in past.
-$50- (4) 15x8 ford 5on5.5 pattern bare rims, but are backspaced too tight for comfort on my 73. when mounted, they would rub the rubber boot on tie rod ends, fit fine on the back, but should fit a bit later pickup or bronco better. they are solid but need sanded down and repainted. FREE with the above rims and tires at their FULL asking price ($200) or with all the bottom components at their full asking price ($140)
2" lift blocks (with old ubolts/nuts) for rear suspension that, when installed under the stock lift block (that has the frame bump stop on side), makes the rear level with 4 inches of suspension lift up front. FREE with the above rims and tires at their FULL asking price ($200) or with all the bottom components at their full asking price ($140)
I also have some misc suspension components from the 73 f100 4x4 for sale, the following all for $140 (what i paid for the springs) or individually as listed below
-$80-new (2) 4 inch taller than stock front coil springs (installed then removed without ever even driving on them)
-$30-new, never installed 4 degree c bushings for front end, good for 2"-4" of lift, i had already bought and installed new ones and didnt need these.
-$25-new front shocks, maybe an inch short for me because i installed drop down brackets on radius arms, designed for 2.5inches of lift in front, might work on stock, no idea.
-$40-new rear shocks for 4" lifted rear suspension, installed but never driven on before uninstalled again, might work all the way up to 6" of lift, there wasnt much compression left when i installed my 2.5inch leveling kit
-$10-new, never installed rear stock brake shoes, i accidentally bought two sets online and wasnt worth the restock.