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Old 02-23-2014
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94 b4000

i am new to this site and bought a 94 b4000 today its 4.0 v6 4x4 reg cab 5 speed exact truck i was looking for and only got it for 1000 it has 173xxx and wondering of any cheap build ideas for looking for a cheap lift and some tires with the best bang for buck for offroading also 4x4 doesnt work all the time and its the automatic locking hubs and going to switch it over to manual if you have any ideas on what i should do and know where i can find a cheap lift it would be awesome if you replied thanks
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Old 02-24-2014
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The electric shift motor on the transfer case can quit working and then start working, usual problem is worn/stuck brushes on the electric motor, since the motor sits for months and months without being used.
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