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Old 08-28-2017, 01:01 AM   #1
hithere2ya
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Cool 1994 F150 parked about 10 years

I am the "proud" owner of an F150 5.0 litre that has not been operated in 10 years or more. Just bought a new front fuel cell and pump to install assuming the present ones would be trash. Fresh oil is also on schedule.

Any suggestions for additional prep as I ready this puppy to fire up? Considering new injectors, plugs in addition to the tank/fuel pump assy.

It was a one owner, XLT short bed, body all good except a dent in driver side fender. Also needs tires, maybe brakes. But the price was right- free!!

Looking at it for my grandson, as a joint project but do not want to over-load him and my expertise is diesel but have worked gas powered units in over the years.

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