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Old 02-25-2014, 08:17 AM   #251
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It's funny when I was driving it around it definitely got a lot more looks from people with the new tags on it than it used to.

Also I don't know if it mentioned it before but man does it drive so much better with these wheels and tires. No rubbing anywhere. I still need to do a notch for the rear axle but overall it rides really nice now.

I have actually even started selling off all my various air ride parts that I had been collecting. The more I thought about it the happier I am about just keeping it static. The whole theme of this truck basically revolves around just being drop dead simple, bare bones transportation. And I'm ok with keeping it that way for now. I do have some plans for it though once I can get a little money to play with, so stay tuned.

Also I think I mentioned before that we were going to be having another little one, well we just found out that it's going to be a girl... Lord help me.
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Man, its been a long time since I have been on the board! I always check your thread when I get on here though.

You and I have the same cars in our driveways now! My wife drives a 2000 Tahoe. We love it!! Its not a Z71 but has many of the same options that yours has. We just drove it almost 1500 miles from Virgina to our new home in Texas and man was it a comfy drive!! My S10 is on a transport truck headed this way soon. I really wish I would have bought your Xtreme wheels before we left. I loved the look of those on your truck.

Glad to see your S10 is still cruisin' the streets of Chesapeake.
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Yup still cruising! I still have the Xtremes and I have been seriously debating keeping or selling them. But honestly I am just so in love with the Monte Carlo wheels on this truck I donít know if I could ever go back.


But as an update It's obviously been a while since I have posted but everything is good. Unfortunately my truck budget has been slashed into the negative numbers. That is I have been spending truck money on other necessities lately instead of saving it up for truck parts. Although I am sure that there are plenty of folks who can empathize with that situation. But long story short baby #3 will be here probably sometime next month (hopefully not sooner) so it has been the usual rush to get things prepared. And in the midst of that life goes on and the house breaks and the other car needs new tires... etc.. etc...

But I am still driving the beater. It's still running great and I am still daydreaming about what I can do with it next. Especially since right now I literally have no money to spend on it anymore. I would really like to get it lower but I honestly don't know how other than Łber expensive coil overs, air ride, or just cutting the coil springs (drop control arms are not a valid option). The truck already has a 5/6 drop on it but by virtue of the fact that it is a stripped down 4cyl it's so light that it just doesn't sit as low as other trucks do with the same drop. I'm not looking for much maybe another 1/2" up front just so it is more level with the rear which does actually sit a little lower when the shocks aren't pumped up. Otherwise I still need to do some body rust repair, and fix other little minor things on it. I recently dug a hole in the pile of crap in my garage so I could get the truck back in there. I am hoping that seeing it in there will inspire me to actually do something with it.

Oh also the tonneau cover is done. The wind flipped it down hard onto an oversized load while I was putting it into the truck and it cracked a corner, bent the aluminum frame, and pretty much destroyed both hinges. I mostly straightened it back out but I'm just over it at this point. Besides I just haul way too much stuff with the truck and constantly installing and removing it was getting to be kind of a pain in the ass. I'll probably just clean it up the best I can and try to sell it locally really cheap.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Slow_S10

Oh also the tonneau cover is done. The wind flipped it down hard onto an oversized load while I was putting it into the truck and it cracked a corner, bent the aluminum frame, and pretty much destroyed both hinges. I mostly straightened it back out but I'm just over it at this point. Besides I just haul way too much stuff with the truck and constantly installing and removing it was getting to be kind of a pain in the ass. I'll probably just clean it up the best I can and try to sell it locally really cheap.
Had something similar happen on my Xtreme. That sucks.

Glad to hear everything is working out alright.
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That sucks about the bed cover. I really liked the look of that thing on your truck.
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Yeah I still have it and it can definitely be fixed, but honestly I'm at the point where it's just not worth the effort right now. Although if I can't sell it I'll probably just find somehwere to stash it and maybe someday I'll find the time to repair it.
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I can understand it being a pain when you want to haul stuff. I am always throwing junk in the bed of my truck that would never fit if I had a tonneau cover.
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Yeah, and even if I had the original quick release hinges it probably wouldn't have been a very big deal but the hinges that I was using were attached with 6 bolts that I had to remove every time I took the cover off.

So for now at least it's gone. But I think I am going to save up my pennies and go ahead and do a spray in bed liner for now. I just can't decide if I want to go over the rails or not. Normally I wouldn't to keep it looking cleaner but the rails are already pretty swiss cheesed with holes and rust. Honestly that is the reason that I have also seriously considered looking for another bed because otherwise it's pretty straight and clean.
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Ok so I don't really have anything to update with my truck but I figured I would throw out some of the other stuff that has been happening lately. The truck is in the garage right now just waiting on some free time so I can tinker with it. I have a few small things that I want to do with it, like cleaning up some wiring and maybe reworking my current audio setup. And heaven forbid I am able get my hands on a welder and/or a plasma cutter I might just cut a giant hole in my bumper and stick an exhaust tip through it... this is something I have been considering for a while.

But right now my nieces are visiting from out of town and mostly staying with us. Although they are also staying with their Grandparents (my in-laws) who live about a mile away. But their parents are living in California right now and we haven't seen them for like 2 years. So it is nice to have them around, but as I am sure you can imagine if you add a set of 8 year old twin girls into my family along with a wife who is about ready to pop any day now... free time is basically a dream at this point. Any time I do get to myself is pretty much spent recovering from everything else.

Oh and something else that i never mentioned is that I picked up a new set of wheels for my Civic not too long ago. When I took it to get inspected a few months back it passed but just barely. Apparently the tires were shot with really bad cupping on the rears. I have known that they were in poor shape for a while but I didn't realize they were that bad. But the car passed inspection but only just barely. The guy said it basically passed on a technicality but it really needed new tires like yesterday. So long story short I was quoted right around $600 to get a set of no name tires installed from a few different shops around here and I decided to explore my options some more. And it turns out that through Discount Tire Direct I was able to find a nice set of wheels and tires that would be shipped for free directly to me already mounted and balanced for like $660. Needless to say I jumped at that deal. The only thing that I lost was the factory tire pressure sensors, but they are not required in this state and I can work a tire pressure gauge... that's less than a big deal to me.






The Tahoe I also haven't done much with but after looking at it the other day I just had to ditch that factory roof rack. Most racks are ugly but this one took ugly to a whole new level. Don't get me wrong it looks extremely functional but since we never have a reason to use a roof rack on her truck either, it had to go. And I think the truck looks so much better now without it, especially from the back. It doesn't look like much in pictures but in person it makes a huge difference.



Oh and I also discovered the other day that the Tahoe has a coil spring rear suspension. I didn't even give it a second thought when we bought the truck but when I was researching what it would take to lower it a couple inches I couldn't for the the life of me find drop shackles... and then I discovered why. LOL, I would still like to lower the rear a couple inches to at least level it out with the front but it is a lot harder to justify $400 drop coils than $50 shackles. LOL, oh well.
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I'd just take the sensors out of your old wheels and put them in the new ones
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I thought about that too and when I looked into it I found out that the factory sensors can't be installed directly into aftermarket wheels. There are adapter kits that you can buy that basically strap the factory sensor to the inside of an aftermarket wheel with a large band. or I could get aftermarket sensors and then pay to have them programed to the car but either way it just wasn't worth the extra effort or cost. When it comes time to change out the tires again I might look into either swapping the factory sensors over or springing for some aftermarket ones. But for now I am just going to keep the original wheels in the garage that way in case I ever decide to pull the sensors out of them or sell the car I'll still have them.

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The tahoes look a ton better without the roof rack. Very nice.
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[/QUOTE]Oh and I also discovered the other day that the Tahoe has a coil spring rear suspension. I didn't even give it a second thought when we bought the truck but when I was researching what it would take to lower it a couple inches I couldn't for the the life of me find drop shackles... and then I discovered why. LOL, I would still like to lower the rear a couple inches to at least level it out with the front but it is a lot harder to justify $400 drop coils than $50 shackles. LOL, oh well.[/QUOTE]

I have the same issue with my wifes Tahoe. I think I am going to go the opposite way of your thinking and get some torsion keys for the front to lift it a couple of inches to match the back. I just threw on some bigger tires so it could use a small amount of lift to look good.
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Hey guys just wanted to drop a line and let you know that I'm still around just busier than ever. I haven't been up to very much since the last time I posted as ever since the new baby came time has had a funny way of screaming by. For the last few months it has felt like I am just doing my best to survive, but as she is getting older I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel and it feels like life is finally starting to become normal again.

As far as the truck goes I have done literally nothing but drive it and put gas in it. Although I did take it to my church last Halloween dressed up as Tow Mater's Cousin. That was probably the most fun I have had with it in a while. The kids thought it was the greatest thing ever.



I still have some plans for things that I would like to do with this truck in the future but for now I am just happy that it keeps on driving without complaint.

I still have the Tahoe and I still have the Civic. The Tahoe has a few small issues that I need to sort out but nothing that is too serious. Although we may be selling the Tahoe in the not too distant future. As despite the fact that this is exactly what my wife wanted at the time, she is already tired of it and either wants a Suburban or a Minivan to replace it... honestly for her a Suburban is just way too much, and a Minivan, well we already had one of those and I really don't want another.... either way I can't win.

On the Other hand the Civic is being a fairly typical Honda and getting driven every day with absolutely zero issues. Although I have been getting the itch to modify it, and while I am seriously trying to ignore it, having a practically bone stock car is boring... if reliable.
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May I suggest a Ford Flex? Cooler than a minivan while being just as practical, an absolutely great interior, and the absolute best ride quality out there
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I second the Ford Flex...more pratical then a minivan, feels like a way bigger vehicle, and is FAST if you get a 3.5 ecoboost. This guy above (01BlueZQ8) made me go test drive one when Ford was giving out checks to test drive and leave so many good reviews on said vehicle. (I got $50 to be really impressed by a vehicle I never really thought much of....its to big for me, but its a cool little truckling/SUVling.)

Anyways, good to see the truck is still around and things are going good.
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Actually I had considered a Ford Flex, I think they are kinda cool, and to me they kinda look like a 5/4ths scale station wagon... my wife is less excited about the styling. Although honestly I could probably get her to overlook it if I could demonstrate that it is considerably more practical than her Tahoe. The main issue with them is they are just not very common and the ones that I do see come up for sale are well out of our price range right now. But for what it's worth I'll try and keep them on my radar.

I also tried to get her interested in an extended Trailblazer. But even I have to admit that they are pretty ugly in person.

Right now a Minivan is still probably the best bet for us but I am going to try and hold off as long as I can. Maybe by the time we just have to get something new we can afford to get like an Acadia or an 06+ Suburban or something nicer like that.
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Imo, I'd stay away from the Acadia/Traverse/Enclave until 2012+.....lol. I know a couple people who have had problems, they have a huge problem with timing chain stretch (DOHC, and you have to drop the subframe. ewww) and there are some definite stupid design issues overall. (Oil filter dumps oil all over the manifold is one.)

Also, IMO, if she wants a minivan get a 4th or 5th gen Town and Country with a 3.8 or Pentastar. As much as I hate my Dads, its been a durable vehicle and a workhorse. Plus they're cheap! Ours also averages a solid 22-24 MPG.
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I absolutely hate those Town&Country and Caravans but I will agree, aside from oil pressure switches leaking often and the alternator pulleys knocking they don't have many issues and are very reliable. I see them quite often at work with over 200k miles and not much has needed to be done to them.
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Also, I've seen 2 transmissions fail JUST out of warranty on those Traverse. Aside from my personal opinion of thinking they are hideous I can't say I care for the way they drive/feel.

X2 on oil filter being in a stupid location haha
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I absolutely hate those Town&Country and Caravans but I will agree, aside from oil pressure switches leaking often and the alternator pulleys knocking they don't have many issues and are very reliable. I see them quite often at work with over 200k miles and not much has needed to be done to them.
The main issues they have are suspension and rust related. The rust is easily rectified with oil coating inside the rockers and door seams, and the suspension just sucks. You will never get it entirely noise free once it begins to go.

Mechanically, they're great. The transmissions are not even bad, just dumb working imo.
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Lol, well I guess I'll just go ahead and take the GM Crossovers off of the list. But as much as I try to be brand agnostic I just don't think I could ever bring myself to buy a Chrysler Van. If anything we are more leaning towards something like a mid to late 2000's Odyssey. I might consider something else just depending on what we find when we really start seriously looking. I just don't know if I could do a Chrysler van though I have had some bad experiences in the past with them, not mine, but belonging to friends and family. But for now we are just looking around and exploring the options.

Honestly we have even considered selling the Civic to buy the van and keeping the Tahoe instead. We owe about the same amount on both of them at this point but the Civic is worth a lot more.
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Odyssey's have pretty sizable issues with the transmissions...after 08 I think you're safe with them though. I honestly think there is still to much value put on Hondas and Toyotas, but thats me. A nice used one is a pot of gold.........and its no better then a domestic one. (Anymore, if we're talking 90's I'd lean the other way)

And think back on what was actually wrong with those Chrysler vans...ours had a trans computer issue (Dealer Repaired), ate brake rotors (Repaired with good quality parts) and a couple of other little things that went wrong but were very fixable because Chrysler/the aftermarket has made better replacement parts.

Just saying, they're a STEAL used.
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Just went through the whole thread, cool little cheap truck

I like the first gens in this color. And i like the N90's too.

Finally got a tire size and wheel combo right too, haha. Seemed like all your other wheels had huge tires on them.
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Quote: Originally Posted by tytotheler92
The main issues they have are suspension and rust related. The rust is easily rectified with oil coating inside the rockers and door seams, and the suspension just sucks. You will never get it entirely noise free once it begins to go.

Mechanically, they're great. The transmissions are not even bad, just dumb working imo.
I do NOT like the way the auto trans feels any Dodge I've driven, then again I'm almost anti automatic lol they feel sloppy at any throttle. This is all opinion of course.

I wouldn't know about the rust issues haha, non of that in my area.
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Every Dodge I've ever drove has had a sloppy transmission.
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I wouldn't even look at a Mopar van unless it had the 3.6 Penestar. Those are pretty damn good and UConnect is awesome. Rest of the interior is pretty crappy, but so is the interior in a Odyssey
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"I honestly think there is still to much value put on Hondas and Toyotas, but thats me. A nice used one is a pot of gold" I have to disagree on the Toyota part. It is all about build quality. my 1993 corolla with 270K runs like a top had has very few mechanical issues (the body is a different story). Whereas my 2000 blazer with 149k is loaded with issues.
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^new Toyota quality is not compatible to old Toyota quality. The same could be said about GM
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True Story right there. ^

But as far as Hondas go I don't know if it is just luck or if they are really that good but every Honda that I have ever owned has been almost perfectly reliable. Just as an example the 98 Accord that used to be my wife's daily driver that we sold to my brother like 6 years ago is still running like a top.

And I love my Brother but he is not at all mechanically inclined. you could probably count on one hand the number of times that he has changed the oil in that car since we sold it to him. And still the only issues that he has ever had with it are wear items... Tires and a new battery.

To put that in perspective I was working on my Bravada, and my wife's old Chevy Venture almost monthly just to keep them on the road. My brother's Accord is the same year as the Bravada, and is older than the Van.

Not to mention my current Civic, It's an 08 with over 140K miles on it and it has been absolutely perfect. The only things that I have had to do were install new brakes, shocks, and tires. This thing is amazingly reliable.

So far the Tahoe has been mostly good but is does have minor issues that need to be addressed. I have at least two AC actuators that need to be replaced, and the gauge cluster is gradually dying. The tach is gone, the speedo is off by an indeterminate amount and the gear indicator light doesn't work at all. Other than that it is mechanically sound though.

I have heard about the Odysseys having transmission issues but they seem to have been mostly resolved in the later generation Vans which are the ones that we are looking at. As far as having a cheap interior I guess that is subjective. I mean compared to my 88 S10 it might as well be a Rolls. But in reality we are buying a Minivan it's going to be filled with kids and food boogers and crumbs and stuff. It could have the nicest interior in the world but once you fill it with kids and their associated bodily fluids, free will, and snacks, all bets are off.
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