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- Joined: Tue May 08, 2018 10:10 pm
- Location: Illinois
- Isuzu vehicle(s): 1995 Isuzu Pickup Regular Cab
3" drop blocks (torsion bars adjusted to match rear end height
New rear shocks
New exhaust from "cat" back
New O2 sensor
New Plugs, wires, cap and rotor
New TVV (had to repair as the guy had used Fuel line in place of vacuum line and broke the lower barb during install)
Dash and door panels have been painted gloss black
Truck has been painted (rattle can) flat black
I have since changed the oil/filter, fuel filter, air filter,
I plan on doing a coolant flush, the timing belt, alternator belt, change diff fluid and transmission fluid so I can start fresh with a maintenance record.
I have another issue with the truck but I will post that in the appropriate sub forum.
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- Location: Winston Salem, NC
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- Posts: 19925
- Joined: Thu Aug 19, 2004 9:11 am
- Location: Germantown (next to Elvistown), TN
- Isuzu vehicle(s): Original owner, '83 LS Diesel, 5-spd, 2wd, Long Bed, restoration in progress!
sevlor wrote:Ok I stand corrected, I assumed the P'UP was just short for Pickup
Yes, it is short for "pickup", so that's where the name came from. But for some weird reason, Isuzu's marketing geniuses apparently thought changing the name would be good for sales (or perhaps they knew better, but they were trying to sink the company in the US). I suspect they just wanted everybody to know this was a whole new truck, not just cosmetically different.
You'll enjoy having a truck, once you get the mechanical issues sorted out. Which engine do you have?
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