So that truck has a drivers side drop 207 T-case? what I would do (other than sell the truck) is find the axles from a late model Grand Waggoneer, leaf springs and everything,Do as Bigfeck says and dispose of the front (Infernal F**kin Stupid)ifs suspension and work out a way to get the springs(sprung-over)and axle under the nose of the beast,then ditch the rear axle and install a 12 bolt from a 4x4 blazer, get some six lug rims, hook up the brakes and drive shafts and Waaaaaaaaaaah Laaaaaaaah. You have just taken the long and expensive route to a 1985 Toyota pickup.
1948 WILLYS flatfender/toyota (floyota?,toyotfender?)
Green "pine fresh" air freshener, NGK plugs gapped .035", totally custom license plate bolts, www.OTTindustries.com
We Wheeled with a guy on Sunday that had done a solid swap on his s10. He used a d44 from an early bronco suspension and all. He used a 9" in the back. It worked really well. He also had a v8 in the thing and due to a roill had made it into a sweet convertable.
I believe Rock_Monkey should have pictures of this truck. He has pictures of everything!
1986 radio flyer, red