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Limeyjeeper

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  1. Thank you. In for a penny in for a pound as they say back in the mother country!!
  2. Boostwerks have finally released their cast iron turbo exhaust manifold for the 4.0 engine. Looks pretty cool I would think even a T3 turbo would liven up a 4.0 pretty good. http://www.boostwerksengineering.com/40L-Turbo-Manifold-_p_17.html
  3. Correct it has part no 55002154 and RH stamped on the back. The drivers and passenger bezels are different. The slot for the handle is shorter than the slot for the lock lever, and there is a slot in the back of the molding for the lock lever stop. The driver bezel is part no 55002155.
  4. The level of knowledge on this site never ceases to amaze me. I actually put that switch in off another NOS door switch.
  5. That is made by Baha Fiber in California around $270.
  6. They are made by Quik-latch. They are way too expensive for the quality of the product. But I needed lockable. There are some cheaper knock offs on Amazon
  7. However well you bend the blades back it will be out of balance and put a lot of stress on the pump bearing. For $20 just grab a used one from the junkyard.
  8. It is an addiction that I am proud to own lol!! The first Comanche I did in 2007 was much easier. Still a lot of parts available. Not so much anymore.
  9. Ebay about 3 years ago. I have been picking up stuff for this build for over 4 years!! Sad really lol
  10. I agree. If you don't want the toolbox or the rails it is about $1,600 shipped. It is a pretty complex piece of kit
  11. I got it from http://www.qmisharp.com. I am not sure if they still have them. I debated the toolbox. It has great locks. Actually looks pretty good. It is low slung
  12. There are water channels inside the rails with drains. You attach short hoses to them and drill holes in the side of the bed to let the water escape. No I already had the trim cap Cover locks to its own side rails not the gate. I am trying to figure out if that could be possible with some kind of hook mechanism on the bottom of the cover rail
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