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Location: New Martinsville, West Virginia
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This was brought up a while back, maybe last week? Do a search... can be very informative...
However, converting a 2wd to 4wd would be much easier if you have a wreaked truck that you can have access to all the little brackets, hardware, etc. as well as have a template to use for possiblely drilling new holes, that kinda thing. Use all the parts you need, sell the ones you don't, and junk the rest... (scrap prices are up these days, I got $200/ton last week for car bodies)
This is a project that can be done... it's just gonna take some time and dedication, and you might have your truck down for a few months... if you're like me and only have evenings and weekends to work on it... make sure you have a spare vehicle to drive!
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