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Re: Trooper parts

Postby Shawn Anthony » Wed Jan 13, 2021 3:02 pm

itsmehb wrote:Well Shawn, Have to say that looks like a good one. Well designed. I imagine the finish would be the buyers choice.


Finish, color, opitions, meterials etc.... It's all the buyers choice. Anything that the customer can dream up I can make.
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby nattybynature » Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:52 pm

Shawn Anthony wrote:
nattybynature wrote:
Shawn Anthony wrote:
riggler wrote:Do you have a website that we can cruise ?


I currently do not have a website. I sell parts directly to my customers. What is it you are looking for?


Currently on a work trip in Hawaii. I will be blowing what I make here on mods when I return to Maine. I will most def be looking for manual locking hubs, fender flares (custom would be dope but factory could do) and an off road bumper; Can you give me a quote for these?


Also you really need a website or at the very least a thread with a price list for commonly requested items that you can update. Maybe the mods will sticky it in the classy ads.


I make bumpers from steel and aluminum. my flagship bumper is made from 19mm & 10mm aluminum & weighs 47lbs. It features air tanks, light mounts, skid plate, recessed lights, hi-lift grabs, tow bits and hidden winch mount.... its absolutely stunning. im still trying to figure out how to upload photos & when i do ill will snap a example. Custom bumpers start at 1,000 and top out at near $4,000 it all depends on what you want. I can build you anything you can dream up including fender flairs too. i can not supply a exact number because I do not know what you want as far as materials and design. To get to that point we would need to have a few phone calls, photo examples &/or a drawing to work off of.



Oh Boy! I'm Gonna Blow all this extra money I'm making!! I saw your number above; when are you available during the week.
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby Shawn Anthony » Thu Jan 14, 2021 1:10 am

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Re: Trooper parts

Postby superswire » Fri Jan 15, 2021 11:24 pm

Guys, just a warning. This guy may have parts. But he doesn't know alot about isuzus. Ask someone who has been around a long time before paying for overpriced parts.
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby Shawn Anthony » Sat Jan 16, 2021 1:13 pm

superswire wrote:Guys, just a warning. This guy may have parts. But he doesn't know alot about isuzus. Ask someone who has been around a long time before paying for overpriced parts.


Extravagant claims form a complete stranger.
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby Enemigo » Mon Jan 18, 2021 2:07 am

I like the recessed winch in that bumper. More or less the design I have in my head to make when I can get around to it.
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby aeronca » Tue Jan 19, 2021 4:31 pm

Shawn Anthony wrote:90% of the time i can repair leaking heater cores.

i am currently working on a retrofit system for replacing 1st gen heater cores and control valve. i expect to have a kit available before fall of 2021





I just purchased a heater core on EBay for my 1995 Trooper Limited. price 63.00
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby JoeIsuzu » Tue Jan 19, 2021 7:10 pm

aeronca wrote:
Shawn Anthony wrote:90% of the time i can repair leaking heater cores.

i am currently working on a retrofit system for replacing 1st gen heater cores and control valve. i expect to have a kit available before fall of 2021





I just purchased a heater core on EBay for my 1995 Trooper Limited. price 63.00

Too bad that's not a 1st gen. Sorry.

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Re: Trooper parts

Postby Shawn Anthony » Wed Jan 20, 2021 1:48 am

aeronca wrote:
Shawn Anthony wrote:90% of the time i can repair leaking heater cores.

i am currently working on a retrofit system for replacing 1st gen heater cores and control valve. i expect to have a kit available before fall of 2021





I just purchased a heater core on EBay for my 1995 Trooper Limited. price 63.00


That sounds like the correct price for a 2gen heater core. I normally see them for 45 to 100 depending on retailer. I'm a little confused about why you are informing me of this. Can you please fill me in here?
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Re: Trooper parts

Postby DSUZU » Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:08 am

I think he misunderstood between first and second gen. My initial thought was "why are you posting what seems to be a competitive price?", but I believe it was more a mistake. Dennis
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