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1992 Comanche Eliminator Build

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Welcome to my 92 Eliminator build. I Bought this truck in November of 2017 from the original owner who was a lawyer in Grass Valley CA.

Bone stock with 133000 miles on it. This truck was used to drive the previous owner to his vacation home in Tahoe City CA. The Leer topper was installed in 1993 and not removed until it came home with me. 

 

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First thing I did was remove the tow mounts from the front and take the top off so that it would look like a Comanche and not a Cherokee!

 

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Quickly after purchase a few parts came in in order to improve the look a little. Nothing too extreme but enough to make it cool.

4 inch zone off-road lift. 31 inch kumho m/t tires. 

 

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Nice looking truck, I hope you did not toss the original wheels. 
Yes, keep those wheels. I looked over three states before I found them in a junkyard 30 miles from my house. I was prepared to pay some money, but to the junkyard there were only $10 each.

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28 minutes ago, fiatslug87 said:

Nice looking truck, I hope you did not toss the original wheels. 

 

15 minutes ago, tugboat95 said:

Yes, keep those wheels. I looked over three states before I found them in a junkyard 30 miles from my house. I was prepared to pay some money, but to the junkyard there were only $10 each.

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I still have them in my storage shed. One day they will find their way onto the right truck. 

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1 minute ago, Red Mistress said:

WoW... super nice last year Eliminator !!!

 

Hit me up if you ever decide to sell :)


funny you should say that. 

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Found a very nice fitting aftermarket roll bar for the truck on craigslist. Not sure of the brand but the fitment was really good.

 

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I decided that I wanted to build my own bumpers for the truck. I wanted to make something that was subtle but still fit the body and flares. 

 

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Thats not a factory "Eliminator" sticker placement is it? I thought that the factory 92s had the huge 2 tone across the side.

 

Reason I ask is because I have a red 92 that I plan to build into an Eliminator tribute truck but don't like the "in your face" stock sticker package.

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On 7/22/2020 at 4:39 PM, Goose_XJ88 said:

Thats not a factory "Eliminator" sticker placement is it? I thought that the factory 92s had the huge 2 tone across the side.

 

Reason I ask is because I have a red 92 that I plan to build into an Eliminator tribute truck but don't like the "in your face" stock sticker package.

that's a great question. The previous owner (original owner) didn't mention ever adding them and he was very proud of the fact that it hadn't been messed with. So to answer your question... I'm not sure, but I like the size of these.

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