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Carolinaboy

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Yeah I'm not trying to make it a pissing match or anything but I was just curious too. I think it was a 4WD conversion :dunno:
 

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A lot of work has gone into that truck. Solid axle swap... loads of suspension. It may well have been a 2WD truck to start with.
 

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i was just confused by it. if youre gonna put that much money into a truck why not start out with a 4wd. would have been much easier
 

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i was just confused by it. if youre gonna put that much money into a truck why not start out with a 4wd. would have been much easier

NO WAY. When you do conversion's like this, being factory 4wd alot of times is a bad thing on the newer trucks.. older it doesnt matter, with the newer trucks you just have dead controls and hanging wires ect, this is all custom work, and 2wd's are alot easier to convert, when changing this much.
 

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i was just confused by it. if youre gonna put that much money into a truck why not start out with a 4wd. would have been much easier

NO WAY. When you do conversion's like this, being factory 4wd alot of times is a bad thing on the newer trucks.. older it doesnt matter, with the newer trucks you just have dead controls and hanging wires ect, this is all custom work, and 2wd's are alot easier to convert, when changing this much.
well that does make since that if you're gonna go all out, do it the way you want to
 

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