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post #13 of 85 (permalink) Old 02-06-2017, 01:20 AM
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How's it feel to be behind the wheel of a 1st gen again?


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Oh it feels great for sure!!! Ill have to get used to the turning radius of this truck... I feel like my old single cab turned way better and my old truck had more power but the lack of power will be fixed soon.

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solid replacement, Gonna keep it auto or swap your manual into it?

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Heck yes! i love it! I just redid my carpet using stockinteriors.com , hasn't settled just perfect yet, but i'm happy with it.

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Heck yes! i love it! I just redid my carpet using stockinteriors.com , hasn't settled just perfect yet, but i'm happy with it.
My mother in law owns an interior shop and she told me carpet is best done when you can set the carpet in the sun and get it nice and hot. Especially fitted kits.
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solid replacement, Gonna keep it auto or swap your manual into it?
Keep it auto for now.. I may put a billet converter in it if it doesn't already have one. If I see the parts for sale to manual swap for a decent price ill jump on it. My last truck wasn't 5 speed.

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My mother in law owns an interior shop and she told me carpet is best done when you can set the carpet in the sun and get it nice and hot. Especially fitted kits.
Ya i would've liked to do that, but it was about 2 degrees and a snow blizzard, and i was way to excited to way a couple months for my interior to be nice.

'91 w250 121k miles, not stock
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Does anyone have a thread on grid wiring? I am pretty sure I can figure it out but I have not found one with instructions.
The bottom 2 terminals on each solenoid 1 is hot all the time and the other is ECM ground.

Nice truck but if you take the duals off and keep the bed it's not going to look right because the bed will be to wide.

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also, does it have dually hubs up front? if so, you'll either have to get single wheel hubs or run different wheels front and rear. if it has a dually rear axle, it will be different width as well. i believe they are wider WMS to WMS.

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also, does it have dually hubs up front? if so, you'll either have to get single wheel hubs or run different wheels front and rear. if it has a dually rear axle, it will be different width as well. i believe they are wider WMS to WMS.
Had adapters front and rear I only got the front ones off today... the po had used a tube or two of red frigging loctite on the nuts holding adapter on and the excess had glued the hub on the truck. I really hope the rears aren't that bad.

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The bottom 2 terminals on each solenoid 1 is hot all the time and the other is ECM ground.

Nice truck but if you take the duals off and keep the bed it's not going to look right because the bed will be to wide.
Cool that will make putting it on pushbutton easy if I have to. I may end up either narrowing the bed or replacing it but that all depends on how it looks. I've had bad experience with wheel adapters or I would consider keeping it dually.
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