Just bought an old HiJet S80LP at an auction in Llano, Texas. Still not sure what year, suspect is is 92-94. It has no seat belts so I wasn't able to check for that label. Replaced the dry rotted front tires with GBC Dirt Devils to match the rears this weekend. Still trying to determine the best air pressure to keep these at (10psi seems too low - too much rolling resistance and 20 psi seems too high - tires spin on launch)...currently running 17psi. I think they were at 25psi when I bought it. Replaced the air filter, changed the oil and cleaned the windows this morning. I have a new set of spark plugs for the tiny truck, but I need to pick up some wires. I also picked up a new filter for the fuel/water filter, but I am not sure that is a stock part and I may just remove it. I really need to find some new bushings for all of the suspension bits, but haven't had much luck finding replacements. I suspect that the struts and shocks will also need to be replaced so the sooner I can find the bushings the sooner I can knock that out. This is a two wheel drive truck and I have already stuck it in the creek so figuring out if the rear end can be locked or finding a kit to lock the rear or a locking one to swap in are quickly moving up the list of things I would like to "fix". I am pretty sure the transfer case is in low and it runs comfortably up to about 20 MPH. I did run it up to 25 MPH, but didn't notice any fue cut-out. I would like to try it in high if I can indeed switch that, but for what we are using this truck for 20MPH is really plenty fast. The odometer has about 44K currently, so I am planning to check the condition of the timing belt to see if it will need to be replaced in the near future.