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The truck was made in February of 1989, and I bought it in May of 1989. It has a bit over 170k on the odometer, and it has only failed to start one time--an eight year old battery just up and died. It is the long bed, bright white color, long ton with the window sticker. I know it has the Dana 44 on the rear, but not at all sure what is up front. Except for infrequent oil changes, it has received little attention until now, though it has almost always been garaged. I normally spend winters in Mexico fishing, but this year I am staying home in Northern California and working around the house to keep busy. So far I have changed the Comanche's oil, put in new plugs and wires, and in a new fuel filter and air filter.  I also had new tires put on, the last ones were on for 15 years, but instead of the OEM 225 75r 15, I had them put on 235 75r 15 (although the tires do not rub, I do have a new noise when any small bumps are hit--perhaps the shocks toping out?). image.png.0c3120702cde0719a7d8b46ad2514c60.png  

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build date: February 13, 1989

Body code: jm62

*X1   -SA Charcoal ADLA Skid Plate Group
ALN Body Color Bumper Group BAYP 105 Amp Alternator BCYP 95 Amp Battery
CBAP Straight Back Bench Seat DBBC All Manual Transmissions DDX 5-Speed HD Manual Transmission
DRKP Dana 44/226MM Rear Axle EAAC All Engines EAFC  
ERB 4.0L I6 MPI Engine GEC Front Left Side Sliding Window GFDA Rear Sliding Window
GRZP Left Remote Mirror GSZP Right Remote Control Mirror GTZA Manual Remote Mirrors
HAA Air Conditioning JAYA   JGBP Digital Clock
JHAA Var Intermittent Windshield Wipers MDAP Front License Plate Bracket NAE California Emissions
PWB paint RAAC All Radio Equipped Vehicles RABA AM/FM Radio
RCDP 4 Speakers SFBP Front Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers SGBP Rear Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers
SUA Tilt Steering Column TAAC All Tires TAEA  
TBBP Full Size Spare Tire TRPA Tires XEEP Fuel Tank Skid Plate Shield
XEFP Transfer Case Skid Plate Shield XEUP Front Suspension Skid Plate YGBA 1 Additional Gallons of Gas
YGGA 9 Additional Gallons of Gas Z01P Rear Spring Group I Z5B Payload Rating - 1800#
Z59P Left Front Spring Group Ix Z78P Right Front Spring Group VIII 5AMA JF/3450 Vehicle Family
5KNA Metro Cars of Detroit  
APAS Monotone Paint BGAS Power Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes BJAS  
BKPS 10x2.5 Rear Drum Brakes CKAS Carpets - Floor and Cargo Area CSRS Passenger Assist Handles
CUMS Mini Floor Console DHNS Command-Trac Part Time 4WD System DJHS 230MM Front Axle
DMMS 3.07 Rear Axle Ratio GACS Tinted Glass Windows GBBS Tinted Windshield Glass
GCBS Front Door Tinted Glass GNAS Rear View Day/Night Mirror JAAS Instrument Panel
JBDS Instrument Panel Satin Silver Bezel JCAS 85 MPH Primary Speedometer JJAS Cigar Lighter
JKBS   KKES   K2XS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR
K3WS STRIPE/BADGE/MOLDING/COLOR LAFS Seat Belt Alert-Driver Seat only LAPS Shift Indicator Warning Lamp
LBCS Glove Box Lamp LCJS Overhead Ambient Surround Lighting LMAS Halogen Headlamps
MBJS Black Front Bumper MB1S Black Bumper MFGS Body Color Headlamp Bezels
MHAS Black Windshield Moldings MMCS Rear Door Solid Window Insert MMGS Belt Moldings
MMKS Lower Grille Surround-Painted Silver NBAS Underground Calibration NBKS EVAP Control System
NDAS Catalytic Converter NF5S 23 Gallon Fuel Tank QWBS paint
SBAS Power Steering SCES Steering Wheel TBMS Tire Carrier Winch
WJDS 15X7.0 Styled Steel Wheels XBSS Pickup Box XFAS -35F Protection Anti-Freeze
YAAS Build To U.S. Mkt. Specifications 1AAS U.S. Dealer Retail 173S Zone 73-San Francisco
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20 minutes ago, Siskiyou Mike said:

 

The truck was made in February of 1989, and I bought it in May of 1989. It has a bit over 170k on the odometer, and it has only failed to start one time--an eight year old battery just up and died. It is the long bed, bright white color, long ton with the window sticker. I know it has the Dana 44 on the rear, but not at all sure what is up front. Except for infrequent oil changes, it has received little attention until now, though it has almost always been garaged. I normally spend winters in Mexico fishing, but this year I am staying home in Northern California and working around the house to keep busy. So far I have changed the Comanche's oil, put in new plugs and wires, and in a new fuel filter and air filter.  I also had new tires put on, the last ones were on for 15 years, but instead of the OEM 225 75r 15, I had them put on 235 75r 15 (although the tires do not rub, I do have a new noise when any small bumps are hit--perhaps the shocks toping out?).  

 

 

 

be sure to copy/paste this post into the blog forum and share more pics of this beauty!  :L: 

 

https://comancheclub.com/forum/8-member-projects-your-comanches/

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