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New from VT here, trying to fix up my old B4000

My dad bought a 1997 Mazda B4000 brand new way back in the day. I broke the 4wd a while back and am looking to get that fixed and want to throw a 4" lift in it, just don't know what type yet. I've got 31x10.5x15 on it. Haven't planned any mods past that. Any advice on how to make it look better for not too too much $ after that would be greatly appreciated.
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welcome to R-F, Daniel!
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Welcome, how far away are you from me.
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From my house in VT its about 2 hours, I'm living in albany for the summer though (probably about 2.5).
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Newbury, I'm right down the road in West Topsham. If you need parts I have some stuff from my old 01 wreck.
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How bad was the wreck? What parts are still good?
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How bad was the wreck? What parts are still good?

Front half, interior, bed, some driveline stuff....it was a rollover (wife) on rt 25 two winters ago.
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Damn, rt 25 is real bad in the winter. My bed is real rusted out so I'll probably need a new one in the near future. Is yours in good condition?
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