Hello, it's been a while since I've been on here. I have a project that I have been working on and it is turning out to be a bigger project than I thought. I started in mid December and thought I would have it done in August or September...... I think I'm going to need more time. Any way it's a 92 Isuzu rodeo 4x4 that I bought 2 years ago and it was basically sitting in the back yard because it wouldn't pass emissions inspection, turns out it needed a new engine. Here is where things got out of hand, I decided that the v6 engine it came with didn't have enough power so v8 swap was the only answer. Well it didn't end there, the independent front axle and suspension needed rebuilt also. Most of the trail's in the Arizona desert require lot's of ground clearance and posi traction at least in the rear differential. Long story short I cut all of the front suspension off the vehicle, added parallel leaf springs off of a Chevy Blazer including front axle and used a rear differential out of a Z-71 later model Chevy with posi, Also have a turbo 400 transmission and a New Process 208 transfer case. By the way the engine is an LS1 out of a 2005 Silverado. Now I'm sure you can imagine the incredible amount of work that it takes to do this, including making mounts trans cross member ,wiring harness, cooling,plumbing , spring hangers, etc. Maybe I should have just bought a Blazer! Here is some pic's, you tell me if I need my head examined.