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Old 11-24-2021, 05:55 PM
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I just got the transmission back from a shop that replaced all seals and gaskets. (I had spotted a drip at the input shaft when I pulled it out of summer storage in October). So that will be remedied after I reinstall the driveline this weekend (new throw out bearing). The shop said the gearset, synchros, and bearings look excellent.

Can't think of anything else it needs before sale. ($19,000)
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Hey Rufus, what size rims and tires are those? They look like 15" rims but do you know the width or back spacing? Are they the same front and back? the tires look about like 225/65/15?
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Old 12-27-2021, 06:15 PM
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The rims are Panther 8 x 16...a guy had them on a Tahoe. There are 1" adapters on the rear, none on the front. Tires are currently 295/65 rear and 285/60 front. Don't know the offsets off hand. Wheels are the same front and rear.

BTW, I'm taking the truck over to Gateway in Fort Worth tomorrow....been meaning to find out what they think it should bring. Decent J10s and J20s are doing fairly well on Bring a Trailer, although I don't feel like dealing with the peanut gallery nonsense.
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