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222 views and no replies. I guess it is stashed away in a garage somewhere, parted out, or totaled. :frown2:

Specs when sold:
AMC 360 V8, Ford T18, Dana 300 w/ twin sticks
Ford 9 inch rear with detroit, alloy shafts, and 4:56 gears
Waggy 44 front with lunchbox locker, 4:56 gears
Spring over with 1 inch lift YJ springs
Stretched ~1.5 in front
Ramsey winch
Stainless dash, full front cage, lack vinyl bestop seats
Color Land Rover Belize Green
 

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Looks nice. what size tires?

How did you accomplish the front stretch?

I want to stretch both ends of mine, but the back takes a lot more work & $ than the front.
 

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How wide was you WMS - WMS on those axles?
 

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Looks nice. what size tires?

How did you accomplish the front stretch?

I want to stretch both ends of mine, but the back takes a lot more work & $ than the front.
Shackle reversal allowed for the springs to be moved forward. Then I used a steering box bracket that relocated the steering box. I think MORE made it.

WMS to WMS on axles was ~60. Front Waggy axle was converted to 5 on 5.5 to match rear Ford 9 inch.
 

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It would literally tell you if there was any record of that vehicle, including title transfer, registration, and if it was totalled/in accident

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Yeah, but that would not tell me who owns it or if it is sitting somewhere abandoned in a barn or garage. If it was totalled I honestly would rather not know. That would break my heart.
 

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Then (IMHO) , you should stop actively trying to find it...(y)

Keep whatever memory you have of it, and keep moving on...

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