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Yeah I know about LMC. All they offer is generic no lead battery cables or the same cables you can buy at any parts stores. I've found a few dealers that have some NOS cables left but they are $150-$180 with shipping. I'm not sure the truck is worth that much. So I'm still debating.
How is a running truck not worth $200 in parts? A [decent to good] running vehicle alone in the sense of just flipping it can easily fetch a $1k all day.. Anyone telling you differently is either interested in getting it cheaper or you just arent patient enough waiting for the right ass for the seat.
I asked someone else this question not too long ago and I'll ask it here. Obviously the value of anything, in this sense a 98 Truck, is what someone is willing to give you for it. But just like confidence of picking up a girl, if you kick it around and tell everyone how much a POS it is, and its been nothing but a headache, blah blah blah.. and you dont think the trucks worth even a $150 repair. Good God, if the truck had feelings it go to the store and buy a new rope just to climb up on a roof and hang itself its self esteem would be so low and negative in thought.
Is that mean if anyone offered you a $100 over your repair costs the trucks for sale?
I mean for $150-180 or even less, even if I paid full retail I could make BOTH sides like what I showed you above I did
it would be an upgrade, NOT some chinese OEM replacement part
Last edited on Wed Oct 10th, 2018 07:23 am by Undrstm8ed
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