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  1. Good morning! I have a set of U bolt mounts from a 1991 4x4 short bed. One of the shock mounts is slightly bent but didn't affect performance at all. $10 plus shipping for the pair. Drive Shaft from 4x4 short bed, mated with NP231 on the front and Dana 35 rear, if that matters. Only 70,000 miles on it, works perfect. I have hit it with a wire wheel to get as much rust off as I can, a little more prep and paint and it'll look sharp. $20 plus shipping Let me know if anyone wants these items.. more coming soon! Located in Houston
  2. We'll keep moving forward on the floorpan project, went ahead and put on Rustoleum Professional Rusty Metal Primer across the whole floor and transmission tunnel! A few more steps and we're done with floors!
  3. Very nice guys! Thanks for looking into it.. mystery solved! Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  4. Hey Pete! I was on CarPart online checking out the west coast Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  5. Here is a link... https://imageappky.car-part.com/image?seller=2276&partsourceid=2276&partGUID=2276-1-267651&vehicleGUID=2276-1-V5962&display=1988 Jeep Comanche Pickup Bed Assembly-Stock%23 5H4924#1
  6. I pulled that pic and zoomed in as much as i could and still be fairly clear. Unfortunately that was the only interior pic. It was from a salvage yard in Cali. That key pad caught my eye. You know the image quality from salvage yard photos is sometimes sketchy at best! Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  7. I thought that might be the case.. interesting! Could be something random aftermarket too but it does have a pretty seamless style to it Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  8. I was searching for a few parts and came across this Comanche. I had never seen these switches just left of the steering wheel. You all ever seen them before? Any ideas what they are for?
  9. Very cool info rylee144! Thx for posting this stuff up Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  10. Hey BillyBlankss! Yes fluid film is very very popular up in the NE and the rust belt. It's a wax based film that is sprayed underneath and inside the frame, usually applied once a year, sometimes more https://reviewsdone.com/fluid-film-reviewed/ Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks SCGuy! I really appreciate it Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  12. Continuing with the comanche floors, got the side brace welded in.. i decided to weld the edges on all 4 sides and not to redo the spot welds, turned out very strong! Then added a lot of elbow grease to scuff up the POR15 so i can prime and top coat the entire floor
  13. Finally got finished fixing the patch and put down a few coats of POR15 in the Comanche. It takes a lot of prep work but applies awesome once it's said and done. Starting to look nicer!
  14. While checking out the passenger side and looking closely, I found thin rusty metal surrounding the drain hole, fabricated a patch peice of metal, cut out all the bad biz and welded it up! Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  15. Ha! Yeah man i know. It is sitting off the ground atleast. I promise, i'm putting it back on as soon as possible Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
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