| I've been thinking of selling my 95 Chevy crew cab dually. The Current pictures of the truck it is not bagged in the rear. The truck is now fully bagged. It has the Air LIft Easy Street Dually rear kit. Simular to the ART air bar but a little "beefier".
The rest of the air is, Air lift "2600s" up front. 3/8" SMC valves for the fills and 3/8" Parkers for the dumps. all 1/2 line. Running 1/2" check valves on the complete system. It has a Air lift engine driven comprossor kit. and 2 5 gallon slim and skinny tanks mounted where the spare tire used to go. The whole frame has been wire wheel'd and painted with gloss black POR-15. And under the bed is 3 horn GC train horn set up. all crome and heavy duty. Not a cheap horn, actually sounds like a train unline those plastic "train horns"
The engine driven has not ever been used yet or has the truck been driven since air ride installed.
It also has a new water pump, and tune up.
Has a fiberglass roll pan with a flip plate and hidden hitch.
Truck is fully loaded with power windows, locks, and leather. I picked the truck up in daytona beach and drove it home 1025 miles and started workign on it. almost done. Just seeing whats out there. The truck lays out on the 16" alcoa's
The truck has some dings and dents and does need a paint job to be perfect. The tailgate is in primer and needs body work from where someone tried to shave It. For as cheap as a new tailgate is I would just replace it. It also could use a new roll pan. The fiberglass one is showing some age.
All the interior is done in sand tweed, Headliner, door panels ect. With factory leather seats. It also has 2 bass tubes behing the rear seat.
I love the truck its just I don't have the money to build the dually I want. I will consider all trades. But Really want a bagged extended cab fullsize or a SUV. But show me what you got.