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Old 01-12-2019, 06:48 PM   #1
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whatís up everyone, iím adam and i just picked up this 94 extended cab last wednesday and figured iíd post and introduce myself. iím a honda guy, however i traded an old hatchback a few years ago for a single cab hardbody. however that one had no emissions stuff and i had no clue what exactly to get for it so it could pass emissions and i ended up selling it for dirt cheap. it was kind of a pile of shit anyways and had been in a front end collision at one point, not to mention an auto. it looked kinda cool, but a pile. anyways, on to my current one, itís a dark green/blue, completely stock, manual transmissions and has 150k on the odometer. paint is a little faded and front bumper is a little pushed in. plans for it is to drop it, clean up the minor cosmetics, deep clean the interior and a tune up. it drives pretty smooth, steering feels super loose though. enough of my rambling, hereís a few pictures..







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Old 01-12-2019, 10:43 PM   #3
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Welcome IN. That looks like a good starter truck for sure. Check that frame though!
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Old 02-19-2019, 06:02 AM   #7
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been pretty busy with work and haven’t had a chance to even get the truck registered or anything lol. been cruising it around the neighborhood though no plates or anything, rides super nice compared to my hatchback. just ordered 4 inch drop blocks and i’ll probably order belltech drop spindles next weekend. plan is to have it with a somewhat reverse rake so the rear end is a little lower than the fronts. as for wheels, was looking at some rpt1’s, but who knows. picked up a momo hub for a decent price and put one of my wheels in it. gonna sell this wheel and the other one i have and do a 350mm monte carlo. blah blah blah lol, i’ll try to stay up to date as i do things.

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Good start, you to find some bigger wheels once you get spindles.
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thanks man. and yeah was thinking of a few different wheels, but 16 is the size i’m going to stick with. got the 4 inch blocks today. was looking at the djm calmax 3inch drop front control arms instead of spindles actually, anyone have any first hand experience with them?
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I’ve used both. I prefer the spindles over the control arms both for ease of installation and ride quality.
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