This is how my truck looked when I bought it
I purchased this truck during the summer of 1999 to haul hay. The owner was asking $2000.00 but we agreed on $1,750.00. The truck has a 307 with a two barrel carb, three speed on the column. I orginally thought it had the NP205 transfer case but I have since discovered it has a Rockwell T221 transfer case. The Rockwell has a low rear drive shaft output which is a plus in regards to decreased drive shaft angle. The truck also has heavy duty springs front and rear. This was definitely a work truck - no power steering, power brakes or air condition. Also, it runs 4.56 gears and has a Detroit Locker in the rear. Soon I got a hay trailer and found myself in a dilema - the trailers hitch sits higher than the trucks bumper . Rather than going the inexpensive route getting a drop hitch, I decided the best fix would be to lift the truck.
Here are two photos of my truck's Rockwell T221 transfer case.
Here is a photo of my truck's stock 307 with the oil breather air cleaner - its not exactly a high horsepower machine - someday!.
Below are some pictures showing how my truck's stock suspension flex's. After I put the lift under the truck I will post some additional photos.