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Usamedic

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About Usamedic

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    Male
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    Northern CA
  • Interests
    Ironbutt motorcycle riding, wheelin, ho trains, my crazy daughters

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  1. Was able to go through my old emails and confirms they are 4.5” springs
  2. They were only on my Comanche a few months while I waited for my deaver springs. Sold Comanche a long time ago and these have been sitting in attic i am thinking physical pickup only as it would cost an arm and a leg to ship. I don’t mind meeting someone in Sacramento or somewhere for fuel costs
  3. Sale pending. Will update Sunday. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Added more pics and btt. Got interest from the board and sale pending. Will advise if and when it sales.
  5. Yup! After being there a couple years and never once did I see anything regarding not selling items. Then last night I posted my Comanche for sale and was deleted from the group and blocked. I guess I never looked at any policy or anything. Would love to be back in the group. I'm really not sure why they can't just delete it the first time you violate the policy and then send you a message. Used my wife's account to look at the group and sure enough there is a policy stating no selling. I'd love to be back too and now that I know I'd never try selling anything again. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Take pics and send them to deaver. Those guys are the best! I got them on my Comanche too Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. SOLD Life changes, and well so do our needs. After a back injury and retirement, and a growing family Ive decided to sell my beloved Comanche. Some will say I am asking too much, but look closely and if you want an expedition style Comanche this is well on the way. I started with a 1988 Comanche Chief with a 4.0 Renix, AW4, and a Dana 44 stock rear end with limited slip. I found a wildernest shell, and some rubicon wheels. I bought maxxus tires, originally 255 85 16, but eventually went down a size as they rubbed slightly. The Comanche then went into rebuild mode. She was stripped down and professionally repainted. Body in Jeep orange, and the interior floorboards, bed, bumpers and wilderness were covered in bedliner, as well as the bottom six inches or so of the exterior. At the same time, Hanson bumpers were installed. the bench seat was rebuilt. I installed a 4.5" Lift kit with hell creek springs. These eventually proved to be too lightweight and a custom set of Deaver springs were ordered after we visited his shop. In the rear, the truck has an aluminum box across the front of the bed, and a custom built step to enter the bed containing a house battery in a National Luna Portable Power Pack. Directly behind the step/battery box is a JK double slide from adventure trailer(2 level fridge slide. Upper slide for fridge, lower slide for partner steel stove. 500 lb rated lock in/out slides. (28.25" L x 15.625" W x 4" H) 03601806-70 , On top of this unit sits an Engel 45 Liter fridge / freezer. The truck has had all the primary grounds replaced, added a primary fuse, using stuff from this guy http://www.kelleyswip.com At the same time I got a custom alternator by San Jose Generator at 140 Amps I also placed a new yellow top optima under the hood. Mounted up front is a Warn 9500 CTI winch on the Hanson front bumper. On the rear is a custom built tire carrier and high lift mount built by Fletcher fabrication in Cloverdale, CA not he Hanson Rear bumper. Ive put together a binder with all the info regarding the upgrades and purchases. I know there is tons more. you can email me at usamedic@mac.com , if you prefer a phone call just email me your phone number I have no need to sell at reduced cost as is, but would be willing to change the purchase price by negotiating items such as the winch, fridge, etc. I can use all of those on my full size build, or on my Scout. Pictures FIXED DUPLICATES AND ADDED PHOTOS OF BINDER AND MORE OF HOUSE BATTERY AND DUAL SLIDE. Bobby usamedic@mac.com Forgot a couple things. All window rubber and door locks were replaced on the rebuild, as well as the rear window. Also, the AC was rebuilt and converted to current type, and blows very cold
  8. they are full of $#!&. screwed me on a large order. sent wrong stuff, swore they would make it right, never heard from them again
  9. long day today. New water pump. PITA! is all I can say about Jeep brackets and the compact area they got all that crap in. New pump on, but the pulley rubs against the bolt behind itself. Casting must be slightly larger on the new pump. Also, what I though was a bad water pump, may have been a bad harmonic balancer. Almost got that off tonight. The last couple days goes like this Heard a squeak Replaced a belt Still had squeak ausculatated and it sounded like the water pump replaced water pump everything was quiet till the pulleys and belt heated up a little. Then I had a rub. While trying to find the rub, heard the squeak again. with all the crap out of the way it appears the harmonic balancer has some rubber being pushed out, and auscultation now makes it seem to be coming from it. Started pulling the harmonic balancer, but a buddy had borrowed the pulley puller. So tomorrows task is replacing that bad boy.
  10. I dig this truck because it reminds of late 70's trucks I grew up in. Dad always had a toolbox and a longbed. Rollers were in everything of that era! I like to retro color too
  11. I like it! thats the kind of truck I want for my daughter when she is ready to drive.
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