Cool, thanks Russ! Im going to try to talk to him tomorrow and figure something out.The powersteering box was bad. Pump seemed ok. The clutch doesn't engage as hard as it should so keep that in mind.
I think all in all it's a nice rig with tons of room to grow. I think if he gets to the price range we talked about you will be in good shape.
35" need rim and allWhat size tire? I have a 35 sitting in the garage taking up space. The bumper is ugly as sin! I have 3 clutches as well. Ps i cant help you with. That front fender is awesome with the weight reduction!
Awesome thanks!What he said! I have a tire no rim. Its bald but great price of free! Take a clutch too. I cant charge what I got for free. Plus the tow bar.
I will inspect for more rust today since I still have the rig at my house.Rust like that on the fender would make me concerned about what rust you can't see. Make sure before you buy it that you try and take a quick look at the floor boards, specifically right behind the front tires. It's likely that they might have some sizeable rust holes in them. Also, the rear quater panels are a very common spot. Make sure that they haven't been bondo'd to death.
I think I have seen that bumper before.... It was a guy that used to live just North of Longmont, kind of out in the sticks. That is not the guy who is selling it now from the name and location. The last time I talked to him (about 2.5 years ago), he was pretty disappointed with all of the rust on his rig and he was talking about swapping the body from another rig. It was fairly hobbled together, even with a 20R engine at one time. That bumper and the general stance of this rig make me feel like it might be a later version of that one. I could be wrong... but just be warned. This thing might have seen a lot of serious parts swapping and shade tree mechanic kind of crap by various people. And that can sometimes lead to some problems.