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Frankenstrooper

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I have 1990 Isuzu trooper, it was a original 3.2L v6 with a Automatic 4x4 transmission, got it for 500.00 dollars, I'm already have a 1986 2 door trooper at the time for my original project and this one came along, It was better because is a 4 doors, and that's the beginning of the project:
-This is what I'm have done so far
Front and rear axle out of a 1986 K5.
-Chevy 5.6L turbo diesel engine
-400 turbo 4x4 transmission.
4" front lift super duty springs.
-302 transfer case.
-I will post some pictures on the progress of the frankenstrooper.IMG_20190828_161055760.jpgIMG_20190829_173445595.jpg
 
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MrMarty51

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Finishing the front suspension set up, this still not completely done yet, but getting close.
This are some of the pictures of my set up for the rear of the front Lift springs. I have more pictures if anybody will like to see them.
View attachment 58145
Didjuh know it is not safe to store lubricants and flammables in glass bottles ? LOLOLOL
Nice progress in spite of the "flammables" in glass bottles slip up. LOLOLOL
 
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