The only bad thing that went bad with my truck was that the gears in the rear axle broke 3 times. But there's a reason. Never jump a truck when it's in 4 wheel mode. Then the dealer fixed it that time, but the rear housing leaked oil, so eventually the gears cracked again. And now they've broken again, because I put a lift and huge tires on it.
The alternator broke once because it was submerged under water and it was time for it to break. It lasted 120K miles.
The one annoying thing is the rubber stripping on the inside of the windows; when there is humidity, the inside stripping gets stuck on the window and it's hard for it to go down.
This truck was cheap, I got it as a demo for 16,500K back in 1992, and for the price it was very very reliable and a great truck. Never broke down, except the axle thing, but that was self induced.
I replaced the clutch at 60K miles because of all the off roading and mudhoping. After that I took it easy and made it look nice. I added CALMINI's 3" body lift and 3" suspension lift, added some 15x10 rims, and a set of Mickey Thompson 33"x14.50" tires. And it's still moving.
I got custom switches that power up the 9 pairs of lights on it, and a 4 gauge wire that powers up them all and 2 amplifiers. And after all of this, it keeps on running.
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