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[quote author=lagwagon link=board=2;threadid=8828;start=msg76214#msg76214 date=1071538838]
next :doh:
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damn thats buggered up for sure, even the oil pan got wasted big time! what hit it or what did it hit?

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[quote author=lagwagon link=board=2;threadid=8828;start=msg76228#msg76228 date=1071539846]
It bent the housing to so I am sharing the parts with the local norcal 80s.
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If you end up with the brackets that hold the control arms to the axle when you're done parting it out, I would sure be interested in them
 
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Gumby, I'll cut off the brackets for ya. 45 mph hit to a vehicle that thought they could make it. My friends '95 with his wife driving, 3 people in the vehicle including a young baby, all OK. they walked away and bought another '97 w/lockers this time because they felt so safe. It lost the oilpan, broke the bellhousing, bent the driveshaft, bent the axle housing, bent frame,twisted the cabin, and only 88k miles :-[ :-[
 
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I am glad to hear the passengers were all ok - I have a 2 year old and a new one on the way, so it is good to hear the cruiser protected the passengers- I am curious if the stock bumper or an aftermarket unit (which one) was on it? Also did airbags go off?
 
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Yes, interior parts are for sale in the for sale section. As for the wheels, I could not find a matching chrome to make a set of four as one wheel was damaged so I am powdercoating them black. But my standard '94 wheels are for sale! The guy my buddy got the Cruiser from towed something big and had a trailer brake controller. The guy sold the Cruiser to get a G-Wagon!
 

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