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Looking for a family hauler

Discussion in 'PA- Keystone Cruisers' started by caz, Dec 22, 2017.

  1. jamarquardt22

    jamarquardt22

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    It's strange. I feel a little sad to see you part with it.
     
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  2. caz

    caz Keystone Cruisers SILVER Star

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    It has been a great truck, and has been a part of some amazing family adventures! It is 22 years old now, and it was time to upgrade.

    I'm sad to see it go and wish i had room and the funds to keep it up! I hope it goes to someone who can appreciate it.

    That said, I am in love with the new truck. It is a world of difference from the 80, yet still a lot of what I liked about it. With the V8, it flat out moves!
     
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  4. caz

    caz Keystone Cruisers SILVER Star

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    Spent some quality time with the ole girl today.

    Took care of some things I have been meaning to fix for too long. Too much more of this and I may decide to just keep her!

    I figured the new owner will probably want seats that adjust, so I installed a set of Gamiviti gears and end caps. I have a second set if anyone needs them - $20.

    My gears we're pretty trashed. Both seats died this past year within months of each other.

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    Also thought the new owner might appreciate a clean driveway. I installed a new distributor oring. Need to pressure wash under there - may still need to do the oil pump cover seal... Not looking forward to that one!

    Also installed a new front flare gasket. Must have been the sunny side at some point as it was cracked and falling out. Been meaning to do this since I bought the truck! It was pretty stinking easy too, and only like $30...

    Taking the truck to get the hood painted this week. The clear is peeling and it needs a facelift after 22 years in the sun!
     
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