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    Where can i get aftermarket parts for my 88 ram50

    Hi I just bought a 88 ram 50 2.0 2bbl and I'm wondering if and if so where can I get aftermarket parts for my truck interior, exterior, engine, wheels. (Besides andysautosports and jcwhitney.)

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    As you read through the threads on here, you will find that there really isn't much if anything made for our trucks. The parts that were made have been out of production for years. Don't be discouraged though, many parts for other makes can be adapted with some work. Wheels are less of a problem - be sure that the center hole in the 6 x 5.5 wheel is 90+mm wide to fit over the hubs front and rear. There are weber carb kits, and a header for the paired port g63b should be ready to buy from the site. BradMPH had a cam ground for his 2.0 to make his carb and other mods work better from Schneider cams I believe. Welcome to the forum - ask anything truck related and we will do our best to help.
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    ok thanks will do

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    The saving grace of these trucks is a lot of parts powertrain-wise are interchangeable with other Mitsubishi engines of the same era and the suspension is similar to S10s and Universal Japanese Trucks of the 1980s so you can make things work if you want them to.

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