"yeah i did i just pulled out the pistons and honed the cylinders and getting new rings now just waiting for parts to come in ha ill update this thing soon"
Did you check to see if the cylinders are round? With the compression numbers you were getting I doubt they are. Which means new rings won't do much for you as you'll still have a lot of space between the piston rings and the cylinder walls. The diesel cylinders wear in an egg shape. You need to bore them out to make them round again and then fit oversize.
This is what usually happens with the old diesel rabbits. People put about a million miles on them then when they just won't go anymore, they are parked. Then 10 years later someone comes along and finds them and tries to get them going again. That engine is very well used. You are going to have to put some serious work into it to make it functional again.