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Well since I do not have sufficient privileges to access the DIY page and I do not see a truck build page, I guess this would be the next appropriate page to share some of my pics.
An LWB refreshing job! Lots of rust to repair!

My '93 LWB,
Needs paint,
rust repair,
rear crossmember needs attention,
and last, a little lift on the suspension,

Mechanically, she's good! For now!
 

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Bad!
 

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Better!
Where I needed extra strenghth I welded sheetmetal, otherwise after treating the rust the fiberglass actually will keep moisture from reentering and is suprisingly very tough!
 

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And! For even more fun!
 

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That is a GREAT job!!!!!!! Can you please do my truck. Also does your seat memory work.
 

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What suspension/steering parts did you use? I have OME on mine now but they are over a decade old looking to refresh it. And yours looks very nice! Great Work!
 

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I like it. Trying to decide to restore my 87 RRC or just break it for parts. I was going to break it but now I'm not so sure.
 

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Thanks guys, it took me a while....between family and other things going on and squeezing every possible weekend in!

Never used that memory feature...I actually never had to change positions when my wife was still driving it! I'm afraid to blow it up now if I use it!

The picture with the shocks and bits is all I added! The OME springs have been on since I did the conversion from air, I just needed those Terrafirma 2" spacers to even up the front to the rear!

Should be test driving this weekend, Iam mainly curious to drive it without the sway bars! Although it may just feel similiar to my '83 which never had them!
 

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Very nice!
 

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This is awesome man! I am mid restore on my 94 LWB, Just got my frame back from the sandblaster and painter, working now on the axles. Just trying to get a rolling chassis this winter with the power plant and power train in place. By the way, I really like the replacement of where the rear tailgate hinges. Can you explain that setup? My body mounts on that part of the body are shot and a little rust holes too.
 

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Well since I do not have sufficient privileges to access the DIY page and I do not see a truck build page, I guess this would be the next appropriate page to share some of my pics.
An LWB refreshing job! Lots of rust to repair!

My '93 LWB,
Needs paint,
rust repair,
rear crossmember needs attention,
and last, a little lift on the suspension,

Mechanically, she's good! For now!
very good job.. That was a lot of rust, look like you took care of it well. ........Mine wasn't rusty, so it was easier..
 
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