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Bit the dust!

Postby George » Mon Jul 30, 2018 6:39 am

Many of you might remember I kept my old 1996 S10 ZR2 extended cab pick-up as a UTV


It would go any where my son's Ranger or his Gator would go except between close trees and was a good all around vehicle for checking cattle and chores around the farm. The ZR2 package gave it limited slip in the back, would go in 2 wheel drive where a lot of trucks would not go in 4 wheel drive.

Only 357,815 miles and the frame rusted into - - - the bed is holding the back end on and it is humped up in the middle like an old cow relieving herself on a rock!

Not worth fixing so I will part it out and look for another - - - I have a 2003 4 door 4X4 S10 ( same wheel base but a longer cab and a shorter bed ) and I am thinking about moving the ZR2 rear ends over as it does not go as well in the snow as I like so it might be my "new " UTV and the air conditioner still works on it!
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Re: Bit the dust!

Postby Faster horses » Mon Jul 30, 2018 9:38 am

Sounds like a good project!
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Re: Bit the dust!

Postby Hayguy » Mon Jul 30, 2018 1:53 pm

You said the one word that interest's me the most right now AIR :lol:

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