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Old 08-25-2011, 01:39 PM   #1
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truck was bought rough. July 2011, bought, 162k miles, now in mar of 2014, 226k miles.


New and clean, to me, (BEFORE)


current pic, nov 2013


Have had some bumpy stuff, bought it with alot of dash lights on, now i only have abs (bad sensor), and airbag (missing sensor, i think).


Whats left to do:


SAS using ford 9" center with d60 outer c's with detroit
9" rear axle, full spool
sliders
dual marlin gear driven tcases
gas tank filler neck seal, evidence of a shitty body lift, and air breather mod once this is done.
make air intake a box


Stuff ive done (forgot to add another cv axle change somewhere...)
11/14 powered sub installed
11/14 rear wheel bearings, fr/rear axle seals + diff fluid change + third member reseal + turn signal fix + diff breather mod
10/14 optima red top that is 39 months old only cca 60%
5/14 cv's
5/14 31x10.5x15 bfg a/t ko
4/14 throttle body
3/14 new ecu
3/14 disassembled and fucked with tb atleast 10 times
3/14 removed "odd" fuel rail and injectors for cleaning/injector swap
3/14 new misc vacuum lines
1/14 new iac
1/14 new maf
1/14 denso plugs/wires/coil packs
1/14 new steering rack/itr/tre
1/14 new clutch master cyl
10/13 33x12.5x15 nitto trail grappler tires
10/13 oem rotors pads up front
10/13 TG bullet proof motor mounts
10/13 cv half shafts
3/13 lca bushings (energy suspension), and cv's for the helluv it.
3/13 Steering rack bushings, HUGE difference with these ENERGY SUSPENSION parts
1/13 alternator again
1/13 driver door handle, custom, metal handle, plastic case.
11/12 power steering flush
10/12 brake master cylinder
10/12 cv passenger side
10/12 new front hub assembly, bearing, seals, abs sensors
10/12 marlin crawler clutch kit + flywheel from checkers
7/12 headlights off of fleabay, they're so bright
6/12 plans to sas start to form
6/12 mounted widow maker
5/12 timing belt and water pump with front crank seal
5/12 cv's again
5/12 Elite offroad front/rear plate bumpers
5/12 1" diff drop
5/12 Light racing ucas
4/12 2004 Gauge cluster
4/12 stock keyfobs for dealer installed rs3200 security system option
3/12 fixed horn, loose relay.
3/12 fixed door switch, now it works!
3/12 cleaned up wiring for turn/driving lights + slim hids 55w @ 6000k
3/12 changed dome light to proper bulb
3/12 SATOSHI
2/12 new altenator,and again 3/13 due to bad vr, + new wiring from alt to fuse
2/12 MAF
1/12 picked up a super lightly used widow maker, and tow strap
1/12 Rebuild driveshaft (cardan blew out) + new carrier and ujoints
1/12 rebuild clutch spring assembly with new bushings and ghetto brackets
12/12 Fluids, all synthetics
12/12 Aero turbine at2525 + hangers
11/11 passenger side rear wheel bearing
11/11 cv joints
11/11 Carrier bearing + 1 ujoint
09/11 clutch/presusreplate/throwout bearing1
10/11 Turn signals in corner markers
10/11 gray wire mod!
10/11 grill (new clips courtesy of toyota), 8 bucks for six
09/11 ceramic brakes
09/11 new upper/lower ball joints
09/11 new tie rod ends
09/11 new front wheel bearings
09/11 arb stainless extended front break lines
09/11 new diff front/rear fluids
09/11 new cv half shafts on both sides
08/11 5100/5125 billys 08/11
08/11 eibach 3" coils
08/11 all pro expedition leafs
07/11 CEl - cyl 3 misfire and bank 1 lean
07/11 Repair extended 4x4 shifter
07/11 Replace BROKEN/extended gear shifter. 180
07/11 Passenger side turn signal plug assembly - BFA
07/11 Windshield wipers
07/11 Driver side marker - ordered off of fleabay
07/11 got rear 4x4 mud flaps, thx BFA!!
07/11 Passenger side turn signal wiring assembly needs to be replaced with proper
07/11 New Battery, Optima RED 34R
07/11 damaged center console
07/11 flasher unit
07/11 Accel peddle loose
07/11 Misfire prompting check engine - replace all plugs and seems to be fixed for now
07/11 Tires
07/11 Belts (3)
07/11 wash/wax/clay
07/11 Flush radiator
07/11 First oil change to me
07/11 Driver Door handle - fleabay
07/10 Driver marker rewire - broken at base of plug
07/11Driver turn signal repair - bulb had mud between terminals breaking connection
07/11Passenger marker Investigate


shot front r/p teeth


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Old 09-12-2011, 09:34 PM   #2
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Little update, this happened.



backing out of a slot at frys food. Had to call for help, jacked her up, put in 4 bolts and drove her home. It busted the cv boots, and break lines.

Had to retorque the damn bolts, but this time with loctite. That side was easy.

The otherside was also lose, busted a head off of number three bolt. After a failed extraction i drilled it larger and put in a 16mm grade 8+ bolt. Then changed break lines, put in stainless woven lines. All in all helluva a oops.
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how much did u pay for the truck to begin with?
to much, but i can admit it. 5800.
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to much, but i can admit it. 5800.
that doesnt seem to bad. how many miles did it have when you bought it?
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that doesnt seem to bad. how many miles did it have when you bought it?
172k. pushing 180 now in 3ish months.
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172k. pushing 180 now in 3ish months.
ohhhhhhhhhhhhh. hmmm yea you over paid a little bit. but not to much, i have a 96 and bought it with 130,000 for 7,000
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ohhhhhhhhhhhhh. hmmm yea you over paid a little bit. but not to much, i have a 96 and bought it with 130,000 for 7,000
yeah, its one of those beauty in the eye of the beholder stories. i THINK with the work ive put into it though, its made it worth my money, as ive done all the work myself (except the three belts, whoops).


Umm, i think i might have put my rear left shock on the rear right, and vice versa, i wasnt aware there was a difference....
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yeah, its one of those beauty in the eye of the beholder stories. i THINK with the work ive put into it though, its made it worth my money, as ive done all the work myself (except the three belts, whoops).
haha. yeah. Im going to make my truck mine. so 7,000 isnt bad at all for me
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yeah, its one of those beauty in the eye of the beholder stories. i THINK with the work ive put into it though, its made it worth my money, as ive done all the work myself (except the three belts, whoops).


Umm, i think i might have put my rear left shock on the rear right, and vice versa, i wasnt aware there was a difference....
Hmmm what shocks did you put on?
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oh duh. i can just look lol. um you might want to look at Down South Motorsports for a part number saying which is which
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oh duh. i can just look lol. um you might want to look at Down South Motorsports for a part number saying which is which
yeah. i suppose the hsock wont be to hard to change over, thank god not the leafs hahahah.

I need a spacer though for the driver side. i definetly get some taco lean going on. And NOT just when my spindle pops off

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yeah. i suppose the hsock wont be to hard to change over, thank god not the leafs hahahah.

I need a spacer though for the driver side. i definetly get some taco lean going on. And NOT just when my spindle pops off

holy shit! yeah something is F'ed lol. that is some serious taco lean hahahaha. i dont know much about suspension. i just orderd some 5100's. going to be installing this saturday. not sure what to tell you about the shocks man. im sure someone else on here can help you with it lol. reguardless. good looking truck man. just need some bigger meats and it will look even better haha
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holy shit! yeah something is F'ed lol. that is some serious taco lean hahahaha. i dont know much about suspension. i just orderd some 5100's. going to be installing this saturday. not sure what to tell you about the shocks man. im sure someone else on here can help you with it lol. reguardless. good looking truck man. just need some bigger meats and it will look even better haha
the lean in that picture is because of the spindle falling
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the lean in that picture is because of the spindle falling
oh ok haha i was gonna say DAMN dude. haha
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the lean in that picture is because of the spindle falling
how the hell did that happen??
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how the hell did that happen??
the 4 bolts holding the lower ball joint to the spindle failed.
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the 4 bolts holding the lower ball joint to the spindle failed.
i hope that doesnt happen to me . where you driving when it happened??
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i hope that doesnt happen to me . where you driving when it happened??
2 mph in frys parking lot. dont use cheap hardware, no loctite, and confirm everythings torqued.

cleaned inside of headlights today. heres a before and after, and then a finished.




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