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  1. They are US Mags Bandits rims, front 18x8, 4.5 back spacing, rear 18x9 5.25 back spacing. Tires are Nitto extreme nt555, frt 245/45/18 and rear 285/40/18. Suspension on the front is stock wiith 1" lowering coils and rear is stock leafs. No rubbing issues. In the rear there is room to go wider with more back spacing. Hope this helps. Ryan
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  2. Power for reverse lights comes from the top left fuse. It goes to the back of the fuse box, then to the NSS/BU switch on the transmission, then back to the back of the fuse box (as a black/red wire) and then out to the tail-light connector.
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  3. Please check your backup lights work; I suspect they will not. Your wipers also use the white/purple wire, so check them out as well. That white/purple wire is daisy-chained; when you cut the one line, other items now may not work.
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  4. I have seen my friend that does restorations sand on the bottom of the floor for a solid week. He will not leave a rust pit anywhere. Nobody will ever see most of it be he is OCD for sure on finish.
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  5. And that will be the day when someone breaks in and steals all your gifts!
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  6. https://youtu.be/oC_C1vWv9kM Here is a video I made after replacing window regulator. Figured I’d post here for anyone looking to do the same thing. Let me know if you have any questions.
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  7. I have been storing my hood and fenders in the spare bed room 3 years now and the wife has been fine but her mom goes crazy when comes over.
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  8. That would be another benefit of using the tool, or 2x4s, to keep the front suspension from drooping so much, and able to get more wood under the front tires.
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  9. No issues with the standard 12v. : )
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