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Old 06-16-2010, 03:47 PM
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well, my buddy bought a izuzu low rider truck and i might be buying it. the guy was hurtin for money at the moment and had to sell his pride and joy. im going down after work tonight to look at it. the frame was custom made for the truck all tubed chassis, 8"drop. the body was put on the frame and modified to lay frame with 22" rims on it its got the stock 4 banger in it, 5 speed manual. the guy has the receipt for the frame being made $9,789.00 custom built, one of a kind frame. powder coated Iced Silver. its sittin on 20's right now. it doesnt run, need to be rewired, new fuel lines, and some welding inside the cab (you can see the ground lol) also it comes with a brand new air ride set up (never installed) air tank, pump, switches, all the hoses. shaved door handles, molded body kit, custom one off tail lights. this thing is crazy. the frame alone is crazy. he bought it for a g i offered him 1500 before i saw it. the kid that owns it is like my father, im over his house everynight workin on cars, hangin out. so im hoping he sells it to me cheap. he said he will consider it. he has no use for it as he has a blazer on 24"s that lay frame. keep my fingers crossed. this would make a dope ass 21st bday present to myself. haha.
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since it lays frame already i think you should just sale me that air ride kit if you get for the CHEAPZ
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since it lays frame already i think you should just sale me that air ride kit if you get for the CHEAPZ
haha, i wish i could. but i need it for the truck. im 6'2" and its gonna be very interesting if i dont have it trying to get in and out of this damn thing haha.
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well i ended up buying the truck. with all parts.
lowered

only 100psi in the bags. a little lower than its highest.

frame work


i cant wait to get this thing going. its gonna take some time but i got plenty of it.
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Lookin good man. That's some sick frame work.
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Nice! Wow a lot of work in the frame alone!
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Lookin good man. That's some sick frame work.
thanks man. the guy that built the car originally was a metal fabricator. everything is sheet metal. no fiberglass. its got 20" on it now. it will lay frame with 24" on it as well. its got rx-7 suspension. so i have to have custom axles made. stock 4 cylinder motor. the frame work is just sick. its powder coated silver.
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the guy said he put about 100 hrs of metal work into the frame alone. about 50 of those hrs in just welding.
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the guy said he put about 100 hrs of metal work into the frame alone. about 50 of those hrs in just welding.

I believe it and by the looks of it he was damn good with a tube bender.
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