Free D1 stuff - No Longer Available

fishEH

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Jan 26, 2009
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Lake Villa, IL
ALL PARTS ARE GONE.


All this stuff is free. Will consider shipping. If someone doesn't claim it in a few days I'll scrap it. I honestly have no idea why I kept some of it....
Located in LAKE VILLA, IL

- roof cross bars. One has missing nubs
- set of 4 Castor wheels. Some rash and corrosion
- couple D1 diffs, stock
- used heads, rockers, etc from a '98 D1
- rear quarter glass (1995 Four Wheeler of the Year) on one
- 3 sets of rear axles, all straight
- used camshaft, lifters, rods
- D1 front calipers
- couple steering wheels
- two air boxes
- harmonic balancer
- crossmember
- steering box

more to follow
 

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mjbrox

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Jun 30, 2008
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i have a similar pile of stuff. I recently put a detroit rear in my D1 and it got me thinking that I should find a place to permanently store a set of axle shafts.
The window with the 1995 Four wheeler of the year decal is cool. How hard are those to install? My gaskets are all effed up
 

discostew

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Sep 14, 2010
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Northern Illinois
i have a similar pile of stuff. I recently put a detroit rear in my D1 and it got me thinking that I should find a place to permanently store a set of axle shafts.
The window with the 1995 Four wheeler of the year decal is cool. How hard are those to install? My gaskets are all effed up
It's pretty easy to install the window. Your going to need a new seal. There are some youtube videos on it. The only thing I would add to the instructions you will find is a glass suction cup tool.First you get the seal installed on the glass. then put some cord down in the body channel of the new seal and pull the lip over the seam on the body, using the suction cup to pull inward on the glass helps it slide right over the body. That and some soapy water.
 

mjbrox

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Jun 30, 2008
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Golden CO
It's pretty easy to install the window. Your going to need a new seal. There are some youtube videos on it. The only thing I would add to the instructions you will find is a glass suction cup tool.First you get the seal installed on the glass. then put some cord down in the body channel of the new seal and pull the lip over the seam on the body, using the suction cup to pull inward on the glass helps it slide right over the body. That and some soapy water.
Cool, sounds easier than installing a tubless tire on my mountain bike
 

p m

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I remember that I ditched extra hubs I had, and now regret not keeping at least one. It would be super useful to make myself a static wheel balancer.
 

terryjm1

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I bought a D1 with the rear sway bar removed. Is it worth the effort to put one back on?
 

fishEH

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Jan 26, 2009
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Lake Villa, IL
Do you know any specs on those big blues and do you have any trailing arms for a 2" lift
I can measure the unloaded heights and post a pic of how the truck sat on them. The truck on the right is sitting on the springs in question on 245/75/16s. Middle truck is 3-4" RTE on 315/75/16s. Left is OME 2" springs on 235/85/16s.
No trailing arms, sorry.
 

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logan_gibson

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If you're up for boxing those springs, ill take them (i assume shipping UPS will be around $40).
Also a single wheel if youre cool with shipping that (if someone doesnt come get the whole set.)