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Figured I'd contain my whoring to one thread.
Tis my daily, so progress is slow. It's a 91, 2.5 4cyl, 5 speed. Had 102k miles on it when I bought it last summer for $1200, it's up to 111k now, still running great.
The day I bought it




First thing I did was rip off the purple tint and went 5% on the rear glass 20% on the sides. Bought clear H-4 headlights and bumper lights, and bought some 17" Soft 8s.
Here's how it sits now, rims are 17x8 245/40 front, 17x9 275/40 rear with 0 offset.
















I've been debating on how low I wanna go, I did some measuring today and a 5/6 seems about right. I bought some 3" blocks this weekend to level it out some for now. But here's a quick chop I did for some motivation.

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Really like those Soft 8's. 5/6 would look perfect

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Really like those Soft 8's. 5/6 would look perfect
Yea I measured today, 5/6 will leave me with about 3.5" of ground clearance at the skid plate and about 2" of clearance between my axle and frame. Only thing I'm concerned about is collecting roadkill. Lol.

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I gave that bitch 2 more inches in the rear

Bitches love 2 more inches in the rear.
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Looks like a good start...Love the photochop pic

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looks real good lowered. your truck + more gravity= goooooooooood


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Thanks doods. Yeah, it still sits too high for my liking.
I went down to the lake and took some pics, prolly woulda came out better if I would have cleaned it up some more and if I had an actual camera.







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Looks a lot better with 2 more inches out back.


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i agree about the stance needs to go down but it looks amazing loving the wheels!!!
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truck looks bitchin' man!

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looks sweet man!! the rims go great with it!!
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Thanks guys! Yea I wanna go 5/5 or 5/6, but I have some stuff I gotta do first. It needs a new exhaust manifold so while I'm at it I'm gonna do a complete new exhaust dumped before the axle and replace all of the hangers (being held up with coat hangers ftl ). I also need to replace all of the weatherstripping so I can start on the interior. I want to replace the rubber floor mat with carpet and I may switch to buckets and a console, I haven't decided yet. I'm plan on running some 6.5" components in the doors and 5.25"s in the cab corners, but I cant mount an amp behind the seat til I stop the water from leaking in through the back glass. So rubbers will be my next purchase most likely.

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Well I gots some components. 6.5" alpine type-r.

Got em hooked up to the head unit for now until I get the amp and the 5.25"s for the rear.

Been playing with tweeter placement, I think they're gonna end up right about where they are in the pic. I need to finish modifying the door panels to fit the speakers, sound deaden the door and figure out something for a moisture barrier. I want some thick mil plastic but I dont want to buy a whole roll of it, so someone suggested I use small pond liner since I can get it in smaller quantities and its thick. I may go that route, unless yous gais has any other ideas???

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Just like everyone else, I'm in love with this truck! I'm thinking about a Red first gen like yours lol.

As for door liner...I'd say that pond lining would work...but I'm also a do it right the first time. I would see if any of the guys here have some...or if nothing else...go check out the junkyard, find the cleanest Dime there and steal the old one there. Or talk to the parts store guys. I don't know how much plastic they sell in a roll. I know I have a roll lying around my parents house but we use it for a lot of things, so I just scrounge as needed. I'll see how much is there and if you give me some measurements, I can probably ship you some.

Where are you getting the rubber from? I went with LMC trucks for the new drip rail rubber on mine, it is GREAT stuff. But they are a tad spendy.

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Thanks man! My moisture barriers were in good shape but first gen moisture barriers are just like a wax paper. I want to run a bead of butyl around the door and use plastic just to seal it up better. And yea, LMC is where I'll probably get the rubbers. Its like $100 for both doors and the rear window.

Shitty picless update, Wednesday on my way to work I somehow bent an exhaust valve and its stuck open. So now I get to pull the head and see what the hell happened. If nothing is catastrophically wrong, I'll send the head out for a valve job, and order a new exhaust manifold (been cracked for a while) and whatever parts I need to get it running again. If its worse than I expect, then IDK what i'll do.

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oh oh oh I know....V8 THE BASTARD!!

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Haha. While I'd love to swap it, if I have to put a new motor in it'll be another Duke. V8 isn't financially possible right now.

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Haha. While I'd love to swap it, if I have to put a new motor in it'll be another Duke. V8 isn't financially possible right now.
Lol It'd be fun! But I don't blame you

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Everything seems alright, just a bent valve. Gonna drop the head off at the machine shop next week for a full valve job, new guides, seats, and whatever else they find wrong. I'm also getting all new lifters, and a new exhaust manifold (may weld this one up for the time being.) And I'll probably go ahead and change the coil since its alot easier to get at without the intake in the way.

Also, last week I started on my door panels, sorta. Cut off the storage pockets and made a template. Just need to transfer it to wood, wrap it and attach it to the door panel.



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Sharp truck. Reminds me of a baby 454SS in the pics by the trailer. Good stuff, man.

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Man.... Makes me want to keep my first gen....

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Woot.









He said he had to cut the valve to get it out because it was so bent. Hope to have it back together this weekend.

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Nice! Now hurry up already! lol

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Very nice, the wheels look perfect on there! Anymore pics of the speakers in the doors?

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Truck is looking good thus far man

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Damn that thing looks good. Makes me miss my old Iron Duke/4spd 80K miles


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Thanks guys, Its alot rougher than it looks in the pics though, lol.

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I can get some. I might end up ditching those 1" rings and make some new ones from 3/4" mdf, just so they sit more flush with the door panel.

Hoping to start on the bodywork this summer. My goal is to have it halfway presentable (and a lot lower) for dropt n destroyed in october.

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Pictures hide a ton! Lol I have some body work I need to do as well! lol

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Thanks man, Im gonna be doing this soon so this helps.

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Woot! She's up and running. Still has a slight miss. Gonna do a cap and rotor soon. Plus an oil change on tuesday and top off my diff since its been leaking from the pinion. But other than that I'm just gonna be saving up for future truck stuffs.
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Excellent Smithers...

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Truck looks good. I have been trying to find a first gen to with....around here they are all rust buckets though haha
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Had some spare LEDs laying around so I tossed em in. I plan on going with all red tho, so these will end up coming back out shortly. Also fixed a broke vacuum line on the HVAC controls.




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Got tired of rolling without door panels, so I mounted my tweeters and threw them on. I'll have to pull them back off soon so i can finish the bottom section and sound deaden the door, and make my moisture barriers. Procrastinating like a bauss.



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your dash would look sick with the digital cluster in my 91. digitize it man
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Nah I've never been a fan of the digital gauges in these trucks.

Shitty update:
Swapped out the iron 3" angled blocks for some JTR 2" billets with setback plates. So it's lifted 5/8" but since my rear tires are an inch taller there was less fender gap in the rear with the 3" blocks, now it looks even all the way around. Now I can swap in some 3" springs front and rear and it'll be at 5/5.5"ish. Debating on coilovers too, just don't know if I wanna drop that much coin. We'll see.

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Needs moar low!

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I know. Moar low, less rust.

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Buffed off the oxidation and waxed, then por15'd the rust so it doesn't look like complete ass until I can get some new doors and fenders.








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I'll whore some more I guess.










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Needs a bumper, but damn she's looking good! Or roll pan

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hey man looks sick. what size wheels and tires are those? and what is the backsapcing? sorry if you said and i didnt see it
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Thanks man! The wheels and tires are 17x8 245/40 front, 17x9 275/40 rear with 0 offset.

Nothing to update really, got pulled over for tint and no bumper the other day so I'm gonna get a cheap ebay rollpan for now and maybe try and find some 50% tint to keep the polices at bay, but I need to get a set of snow tires first. 275s don't fair too well in the snow.

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Just slap some stockers with some all seasons on the back. If you don't already have them you can find them buttcheap all day long on Craigs.


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I still have the 15s that were on it when I bought it, but they have some near-bald cooper cobras on them. So I'm gonna grab a set of mastercraft glacier grips, probably in a 205/65.

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Only thing I could find was a UFO car club in Ohio. It stands for united Ford owners though. lol


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Yeah I can't find shit. Lol. Had to be early 90's with those sweet pastel stripes, I almost want to keep them on there.

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I'd keep it.


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Re: JCmopars Daily'd First Gen

Sooo I don't know if I'm commented on pics of your truck before, but its awesome. I can't wait to see it as low as your sig pic.

I'd also keep the UFO street cars decal. a quick google search came up with nothing though haha.

And Cortland is around Warren, is it not?



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