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I DON'T CARE HOW NICE IT IS.....OR HOW LOW THE MILES ARE.....

JUST ANOTHER 2001 TRUCK THAT WASN'T USED FOR 2 DECADES AND NOW IS SUPPOSED TO BE WORTH MORE THAN ANYONE BUT THE CURRENT OWNER COULD EVER IMAGINE.....

NOT WORTH MY $40,000.00!....

Yep it is a nice mint truck that's for sure, but like said. It's still 20 years old and **** will get old and dry rot on it, seals o-rings, etc. I'd pay slightly over the KBB value, certainly not the cost of it new back then lol
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Installed new Garrett GTP38R turbo, Riffraff IC boot kit, Plenum inserts, and clamps. Dorman up pipes installed as well.
That's a good looking and clean engine bay. I hope I can get mine that clean and keep it that way.


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Ya it's super clean, but not 40k lol.

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Very nice truck but still 20 year old parts and o rings lol.

How goes the suspension swap so far?
It's going good! Mostly all done, need to top off ps fluid (atf) from it puking while steering when off. Wheel isn't centered but think I'm going to get an alignment since I got new tires. That should fix that up.

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Got the camper loaded up and finally made it out of town!! Even got a package shipped off to @sbluke55 on the way out.

10 days on the Oregon coast. Much needed!í




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Got the camper loaded up and finally made it out of town!! Even got a package shipped off to @sbluke55 on the way out.

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That is a beautiful truck, sir.


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Installed power steering filter, new EBPV delete pedestal, GTP38R, bellowed up-pipes, tomorrow I'm going to install my south bend dual disc clutch and hopefully remount the drivetrain if all goes well
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This happened today!! Neighbors probably thought I was nuts. As I pulled in to the house, the odo was @ 248,999. SOOOOO..... ....I drove forward and backward on our gravel loop between the easement road to the neighbors house and our driveway till I got to this.



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Installed power steering filter, new EBPV delete pedestal, GTP38R, bellowed up-pipes, tomorrow I'm going to install my south bend dual disc clutch and hopefully remount the drivetrain if all goes well
Were the up pipes a little easier to get to with the trans out of the way. I'll be doing the same soon, except I'll probably pull the engine since I need an oil pan. Probably gonna do Corey's fuel lines while I'm at it.
Nice job!

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Put on another Coolant Temperature Sensor - second try, first one did not move needle on gauge and I expect it was actually for oil or who knows......
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