I’m going to go look at, and most likely bring home this tomorrow after work. 2001 Dodge Dakota Ext. Cab 4.7L V8 4×4 168, 000 miles truck is blue black interior Power windows Power Locks New CD player w/Bluetooth and new speakers New wheels and tires New front CV axels New front drive shaft New front and rear breaks , rotors and drums New shocks New upper and lower ball joints and tirod ends New headlights and LED taillights Asking 5,400 OBO no trades More pics below. Read more
I shot a quick walk-around video the other night after finishing my Belltech leaf spring install. I’m pretty happy with how the truck now sits, and I still have plenty of clearance for when I step up to larger wheels and tires. Forgive the poor audio quality. The alternator belt is the quick squealing Read more
The new drilled and slotted rotors and Hawk pads are installed. Now I just need to get the brake hose brackets back from powdercoat and the front brakes will be entirely finished. I still need to install front shocks and the entire front suspension will be finished as well. I have ordered 3″ drop leafs from Belltech to bring the back end down. I still need my shocks for the rear as well. The slide-a-links can wait till it’s driveable. I also installed the bed mounted battery and re-installed the rest of the exhaust. It’s good to have it running again! It’s also nice to have almost all the lights out on the dash and everything operating properly. The only light that’s remaining is the SEL, but, that’s to be expected with over 34 trouble codes currently being stored in the factory pcm. lol I will most likely end up simply removing the bulb. Another issue that needs handled is the engine limiters, I have found a setup that utilizes the blocks mounting locations and uses adjustable rod ends. I am working on a mid-mount setup using DOM tubing. I’m also looking to swap out the pinion yoke on the differential to a typical yoke style, versus the bolt-on flange style. I’m souring a 3″ Denny’s shaft and 1310 joints. Read more
Read moreI’ve settled on the next phase of Project Sublime, that is the rear suspension. Instead of going with a traditional 4 link, or ladder bar setup. I have decided to go with a C4 Corvette IRS swap. Adding IRS will truly make an incredible difference in how the truck handles. Plus, the availability of aftermarket parts means if I want to upgrade down the road, it will be fairly easy.