86 jimmy 38.5 4in lift a.k.a. Big jim

  • Ok, first things first, this thread will be a slow starter. I do not spend alot of time on the computer outside of work, and most of my pictures are at home or on camaras (that i do not have access to at work). But I have a few here to get started.

    Here we go,

    I found this truck on C-list for $600 obo. Said it ran and drove in 1st gear, but no higher gears. Went and picked it up on a friday night after work for $300. Got the truck home and started to dig in.

  • Year:
    1986
    Make:
    GMC
    Model:
    Jimmy
    Trim Level:
    Sierra
    Interior:
    Mostly stripped. Still has factory dash. 92-98 K5 buckets and factory rear bench.
    Factory Options:
    A/C truck, but compressor has been removed.
    Engine:
    5.7 Goodwrench crate engine. Professional Products EFI system. Edelbrock performer intake.
    Transmission:
    Built TH700. Corvette servo. Extra clutch discs. Mild shift kit. B&M cable shifter.
    Transfer Case:
    Stock NP208
    Steering:
    Cross over and high steer with Trail Gear hydro-assist. Currently collecting parts to go full hydro using single ended ram and high-steer tierod.
    Suspension:
    4" Superlift front springs with factory shackles and poly bushings/greasable bolts. 4" shackle flip rear with factory 52" springs. 10" travel Rancho 9000 front shocks. 12" travel Fox Shox in the rear. Soon to be going under the knife for a much needed suspension overhaul.
    Axles:
    Dodge Dana 60 front with welded 4.56 gears and Diy4x powder coated diff cover. 14BFF rear with Detroit locker and 4.56 gears. Rear disc swap Barnes4wd diff cover and pinion guard.
    Wheels:
    Non-recentered 24bolt H1's.
    Tires:
    39.5x15r16.5 TSL's
    Paint:
    Keystone Spray-on bedliner