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If that truck sat that long it might be a good idea to drop some oil in cylinders before starting. Things get pretty dry after long sits. Fuel sucks, oils sucks, antifreeze sucks. Just can't walk up and hope she cranks up.
If he hasn't changed a timing belt and oil pump belt, you better change it. Run a compression test, adjust valves if they can be. Maybe run some seafoam for the first tank. Do some grease gun action and over all just change all the fluids in it. Trany, rear-end, etc. Be gentle to her if she has been asleep a long time.
You have a good truck if you take care of it and last a long time. Be careful driving too, that first month or so to get use to it will be a good idea.
Watch out for people sticky fingers too. Parking in places that someone can just reach into the truck and grab will be something to watch for.
Looks like a fun truck!
Sweet ride there, we have one in town with a removable hardtop on it, will get a pic sometime of it.
Is that an old picture? I have a full set of ground effects that will fit your truck if yours are missing.
This is a pretty cool project. Weird, but cool. The late 80s and early 90s were a strange time
I wish I had seen this sooner. Who knows if I could have helped, but maybe. One upon a time I needed some synchronizer detent springs for the Getrag transmissions used in the AWD 3000GT and Stealth. I measured them and found matches at Century Spring. I was fortunate that they didn't require minimum orders in the thousands.
Originally Posted by Xatorius
If you know your way around a micrometer, you might be able to find what you need there.
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