My Lifted Isuzu (lifted and has subs)

comment pleas my cheap lifted isuzu rodeo with cold airfilter lots of fun and a little dirty

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My truck Walk through (lifted,subs,prerunner bumpers,etc.)
hey here this is my 1999 isuzu rodeo with a 2.5in lift and ithas a charrybomb glass pack and a k&n cold air intake i like it and you guys should let me know what u think i made bolth of my bumpers front and rear comment please





Installing 3" Suspension lift on Isuzu rodeo back in 1997 - old times :)
THis video probably has no point to most viewers... it's more for some close friends to go back in time to see how 'we use to be'. All of us no longer look the way we do in this video. besides looks, the jokes, and the way we were has changed... so this video is just a good memorie video. There will be others like this to come. But... if you are thinking about lifting your Isuzu rodeo shoot me a comment or mail, i also have a video of the body lift that eventually i'll come accross. i can make a full lift video only. Note, Chuck, the lift installer, appears a few times riding a 80's Ninja. this was his first bike and the new beggining that he didn't know of at the time. Chuck got into superbike racing, and now orks at H&B MACHINES, a bike shop located in Trenton NJ, that customizes all sorts of bikes. This video might bring some old memories back... the roots!!! As for me, the Rodeo lasted me 13 years with 197,000 miles. engine never broke and i changed the oil every 5 to 10,000 miles. never changed the timing chain and the only thing that went bad on it, was the rear axle (3 times). this was due to the oversize tires. For Chevy fans, the 91 and 92 Rodeo came with the Chevy Blazer 3.1 V6 engine (GM)... so i'm surprised it lasted this long... i sold the truck and ran fine... never saw it again. Enjoy, and comment away.





Isuzu rock crawler trying a new trail 37's locked
This was a new trail that hadn't been tried yet, this was our test run, turned out pretty darn good! Its hard to tell but the trail was barely wide enough to get through. Sorry about the poor video quality, we are all still learning the right angles and all!




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