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 Posted: Mon Jan 15th, 2018 03:30 am
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Oh not at all, the lugs are way over provisioned.

Notice in the pics that the lug nuts are completely threaded, and the spacers are thicker than the wheel.

Easy way to confirm, look how much of the lug sticks out on yours with just the wheel on.



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 Posted: Wed Jan 17th, 2018 05:31 am
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Had this problem on the tail gate since i bought it, remembered to grab one when i was at the junk yard.



This looks a lot nicer, just cleans up the gate area.



I also noticed the cable support has always been this way, probably caused in the same incident as the rubber flap.



Never looked close enough to realise that not only is it not supporting any weight, but the outer sheathing is the only thing holding it together :(



So back to junk yard :(



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I found some vinyl seats in the same configuration as mine, in a wrecked 2006 - they aren't perfect and as you can see, the drivers head rest is bent from the crash.



Plan was to steel the covers and make a deal with the yard, but they had a sale on that weekend, all seats, $15 each....





They're dirty, and not perfect, but compared to my old fabric seats, they're in good, albeit dirty condition. 





Pulled the back off, frame is going to be the same as my old one, just the foam and cover that's different.





Plan is to take the seat back off my old seat, and use it with these new ones.



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Nice, good deal on those vinyl seats! I wouldn't mind some black ones.

Damn it, I need a junk yard here!



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