The old Dodge has many many mods...first off, the rear has a shackle flip, 4 inch national springs, rancho rs5000 shocks, disc brake conversion, custom driveline, and custom braided brake line. A detroit locker, and 4.10 gears finish up the axle. Up front, i removed the factory crossmember to make room for the DodgeD-700 truck radiator and shackle reversal (the front shackles were removed, and placed in the rear). Then, a custom fabricated 4x4x3/8 wall crossmember was put in its place. I also fabricated custom spring hangers. This gave it 4 inches of lift. An additional 3 inches of lift came from rancho front springs. Rancho rs5000 shocks and steering damper are also present. Steering was a hassle. Bump steer isnt yet gone, but its better with a dropped steering link and a spacer fabbed for the steering knuckle. Cross steering is DEFINITLY on the way. Custom adapted chevy one ton front discs were installed, as was a chevy master cylinder. Custom fabbed, 16-inch-longer-than-stock braided brake lines were also installed.they arent DOT, but hey, neither is the rest of the truck. The truck also has onboard air via an ARB compressor, and a 5 gallon air tank in the bed. The in-cab fuel tank was removed, and replaced by two, 16 gallon fuel cells located beneath the bed, just rear of the cab, ahead of the wheel wells. Two holley electric fuel pumps, and half-inch custom steel fuel lines run to the engine compartment. The front axle was modified to allow the pumpkin to be rotated upwards; this was accomplished by grinding, breaking, twisting and rewelding the steering knuckles. The front axle also sports an ARB locker, and 4.10 gears. A custom machined angled shim locates the spring on the pumkin housing, and a new spring pad on the drivers side takes care of that spring. A custom built driveshaft finishes that off. Oh yeah, 1410 u-joints are used THROUGHOUT. The winch bumper was scratch built, from 8" channel, the mounts are 5x3/4 bar stock. the winch is mounted to a piece of 12x4x1/2 inch angle, the d-shackles are mounted to machined and welded 1-inch barstock (2 pieces each). 1/4 inch diamond plate caps off the top, all welded with 7018 rod. Yeah, its strong. Thats a Ramsey platinum series 9500# winch, and those lights are Hella rallye 3000 10 inchers. The TSL super swampers are actually quiet, ride nice, and have worn well, They are 16-38.5x16.5. The charging system features a 105 amp Chrysler cop car alternator, and two Optima sprial cell yellow tops. A second alternator may be added, but so far , so good. The interior is partially done. It has a newly upholstered bench seat (done by custom auto interiors of Hayward, ca), Full autometer PRO-COMP liquid filled instrumentation, pro comp monster tach, yada yada yada. The next step is to have the interior Rhino-Lined. Instead of carpet.The sound system is complete. Its a Kenwood/rockford-fosgate/JBL system. The behind-the-seat fuel tank was pulled, and a custom SEALED box was installed. That got two JBL 10 inch woofers. Then, the doors were cut open, and 33"x14"mdf panels were installed. Into those, no less than SIX JBL triaxial speakers were installed (3 in each door). JBL tweeters were installed up high in the doors, just below the wing windows. The 10's are powered by 1000 watts of rockford-fosgate, the 6x9's and tweets share 500 watts. The tweets are capped.A rockford-fosgate active crossover makes it a true bi-amped system. This truck is still a long way from completion. So many details to sort out. I have found a correct-year hood, and need to install it. The pearl white paint job is starting to show some age. And I am getting used to the power. I have ALWAYS wanted a hemi powered MOPAR (who hasnt?), so the next motor is a 526 crate HEMI. Then what?? who knows. Thanks for checkin out my truck. More pics, and more updates, as time goes on.