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'86 lifted Brat

Brat Lift

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#1 CWP8


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Posted 31 December 2013 - 11:23 PM

Bought this Brat on Sunday in Worland, Wyoming. 4/5 lift, 15 inch pugs, jump seats have been added. A little hail damage, and a bit of surface rust.


My plan:

Ej Frankenmotor swap

5 speed d/r

rear disks

possibly add power steering

Fix surface rust

paint white with black bottom



White one currently has the frankenmotor and tranny but is extremely rusty

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#2 BratRod


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Posted 01 January 2014 - 02:16 AM

Nice! I think I remember seeing this on CL. It was a great deal, from what I remember. 


The camber issue should be nothing more than the strut blocks in backwards, as suggested by others who saw it.


Nice looking bumper.


Looking forward to updates.  :popcorn:

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Posted 01 January 2014 - 05:36 AM

Yeah it was the one in worland. I rotated the blocks 180 degree and it fixed it. Virtually rust free. I was very supprised with body.

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