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She's not anything special yet, but she did start life as a 2wd. I got really tired of getting stuck in wet grass but really liked everything else about the truck, so decided to do the 4wd conversion. Fairly painless process with the help of the FTE here. The truck does what I need to for right now, but there are some issues with the front end that need to be addressed. Nothing that can't be fixed with an SAS, 6" lift, and 35s.
its a 3/4 ton but i think it mostly applies. theres too much to list, more than i can remember so i am gonna jot down what i can
hydro assist steering, dual batteries for winch, winch, removable doors, lost the bed, F150 rear leaf springs with 2 leafs removed in the rear and F250 rear springs in the front mounted via home built shackle reversal, shackle flip rear via sky brackets, D60 swapped in front, welded front and rear diffs (cheap lockers), twinsticked NP205, axle vent tubes run in the cab
here' my little pickup. lock-right in the rear, and just regeared the rear to 4.11's this last week (front very soon) All the tires are on the ground in this pic, but my excuse is that I didnt have a spotter
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