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update, got the truck looking at least 10 years younger!!! got the headlamps installed today!! along with new LED lamps just need to sort the left turn signal glitch out now!

How the Lady of the family stands right now...

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Was glad to have the help of a friend of mine to get them in correctly and quickly!

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also got the tyres aired up proper and determined that I have an exaust leak near the engine so need to figure out if its the headers or the pipes...and replace...
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Your truck's looking good! It's cool that you have one that's not in need of extensive refurbishment or rebuilding! But you're taking the time to dress her up, make her more functional, and most important you're making her yours... Putting your personality into her. I like that! Keep up the good work!

One question... You mentioned in one post that you're hoping to get 550k+ miles out of her. How many are you at now? Is she already high miles or are you just hoping to keep her going for a really long time?
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Your truck's looking good! It's cool that you have one that's not in need of extensive refurbishment or rebuilding! But you're taking the time to dress her up, make her more functional, and most important you're making her yours... Putting your personality into her. I like that! Keep up the good work!

One question... You mentioned in one post that you're hoping to get 550k+ miles out of her. How many are you at now? Is she already high miles or are you just hoping to keep her going for a really long time?
last check she was just under 230K so at this time Im trying to get the money together to get the transmission fixed on her which was 100% factory original parts (may keep it once she's fixed so i can learn on a broken trans how to tear one down and all that….who knows….I just need to figure out how I'm going to pull off getting it fixed first…...
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