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Discussion in 'GA- Georgia Cruisers' started by Vlad, Aug 16, 2006.
Lookie what I am getting
Can you say 35s? weeeee! I'm BACK!
Great looking rig....oh yea...wheeling a 80's cheating.
CONGRATS.......bring it to GRAY ROCK!
It looks very nice. Give us the list of goodies on this truck.
OME J springs
1 inch spacers up front
35" Truxxus MTs
Slee control arms
Sliders custom fabbed (being added before purchase)
2 owner, all service done at dealer
slate grey exterior with bed liner on the center hood
slate grey leather interior
3rd row seats
I am going to pull the fender flares and bedline them when I get it.
trying to get this one now
Er....rhino'd the entire truck? I think I would pass. That just seems like a nightmare waiting to happen and probably a very difficult resale.
Man, I see cheap 80's all the time up here, and with factory lockers. Why not just buy a stocker, then do a lift and tires? You can enjoy a lot even without the winch/bumpers, etc.
I did a cost analysis. My nature is to get to the end state with trucks, and I tend to overextend until it gets done. I can't have that happen anymore, so I am trying to go in on the other end.
I figure with the Slee mods, etc that have been done with this rig I am saving money once I consider the costs of material and time. I hate working on trucks, I like driving them. I have another vehicle for DD duty and I am not planning on selling this thing anytime soon (if ever). This is my final shot at cruiserdom for a LONG time. I just want to wheel.
Plus, I was planning on rhino'ing my 80 at some point anyway...this is one step up hehe, he used military hazmat barrel lining material. This will be a woods truck, not a grocery getter. Dedicated trail only, looks perfect for me.
k... is that a Yeungling in your avatar? Mmmm....beer.
Why yes, yes it is I do agree...mmmm beer!
I finalized the purchase today, weeeee!
mean looking 80 you got there Dan, should handle whatever you throw at it
reminds me of my 40 I had it completely covered in durabak on the outside, loved it for the trail, no scratches
can't wait to see it on the Cullowhee trip