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Parts list...

Hey yall,
If ya have any of these laying around, or know somebody that does, or see something in the junkyard/craigslist/etc... lemme know. Its a long list lol.

These are all going into a tan OBS (95) ext. cab long bed.


Stock parts
-D60 with 3.55s (or a 60/10.25 set in any other ratio)
-Power steering pump/gearbox
-Door panels (grey, tan, black, don't matter)
-Dash parts (matching color to the doors)
-Speaker covers (any color, in fact I think non-matching would look better)
-Drivers door lock cylinder
-Drivers door inside handle
-Lever thing for the folding 20 seat, the one on the left hinge
-Hood (tan)
-Front bumper
-Rear drop bumper
-Tailgate (prefer a 97 cause it won't have the big chrome piece, but anything that's in good shape works. Color doesn't matter)
-Right mirror
-Rear F350 springs
-Cab lights and wiring harness, clear or amber

Aftermarket parts
-Diamond plate bed rails
-Pillar pod for 2 or 3 gauges
-Pyro and Boost gauge parts
-Clear marker lights
-Downpipe, 3" or bigger
-Intercooler install parts (spider, IC, etc.)
-6" blocks for the rear
-37" tires for a 16.5" wheel
-CB/PA radio
-~4' firesticks (2)
-Y split cable for CB
-Seat mounted holster for full size 1911
-4" to 5" exhaust tip with slant cut, rolled edge (just incase ya see one in the junkyard or something)
-12 decent shocks... 3 per corner (probably doesn't need that many but the mounts are already there so why not)

Materials
-4" exhaust pipe, anything but aluminized
-1.5" or 1.75" OD .250 wall DOM or HREW (for ladder bar and such)
-3" or bigger intake pipe and boots
-Mossy Oak Breakup pattern material (vinyl for dash and trim, thin fabric for headliner)
-Soundproofing material (dense stuff for under the carpet, foamy stuff for headliner backing)


Some of this stuff I already have picked out on websites and such (like the camo), but I listed em just incase somebody has one laying around or something. I'll remove things from the list as I get em.

Thanks!
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sounds like a fun project! I will keep my eye out fer yea.

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Check Pirate4x4 for axles..you can also use SD rear springs for a beter ride quality. Front our RS kit-SD V code mod..

I have a rear 10.25 4.10 axle if needed.
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3 shocks per wheel end

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I would never run more than 2 in front valved correctly example:

Bilsteins should never be mixed with stock style shocks so thats why 6 shocks.

Duals take 2ea..total 4 shocks
rears 1 ea..total 2
Total 6ea.
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Updates to the list:
-Looking for a front 60 with 4.10s, NOT 3.55s
-Got a drivers inside door handle
-Got a tailgate


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Check Pirate4x4 for axles..you can also use SD rear springs for a beter ride quality. Front our RS kit-SD V code mod..

I have a rear 10.25 4.10 axle if needed.
Been looking on PBB and CO4x4 but haven't found anything that wasn't set up for crawling, and I'm not looking for 5.13s and alloy shafts on a street rig.
Mind giving me some more info on the SD rears and the mod for the front? I checked out your site but I didn't see a whole lotto info there...
And nope, won't be needing the 10.25, thanks though.


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I would never run more than 2 in front valved correctly example:

Bilsteins should never be mixed with stock style shocks so thats why 6 shocks.

Duals take 2ea..total 4 shocks
rears 1 ea..total 2
Total 6ea.
Maybe the mounts were intended for just 2 shocks... I was thinking the 2 mounts + the stock mount but it could just be for 2. I plenty about setting up suspension and steering systems, but not a whole lot about shocks.

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I will keep my eye open for ya as well Mason. Keep checking our chapter's CL thread, many of us post up parts we find that might help other members out.


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