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Cage and Stripped Interior Pics

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 2Dogs, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. 2Dogs

    2Dogs 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Hey All,
    A bunch of pics of the interior and cage - fully gutted interior for new stuff. Seats and door panels in Charcoal, dash, kick panels, and Tuffy Console in Black - will post pics of finished product soon, missing charcoal armrests and waiting for dry weather.

    Did the polymeric mastic, new sound/heat insulation and new carpet after the cage was installed. Had it real pretty and clean for a few days then went out to play in the mud, dumped coke and doritos and jerky etc.... Starting to smell like it should now :rolleyes::haha:

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  3. lamberthkp

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    looks like it will be purdy tough when your done. nice!
     
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    Thanks. It works good, never breaks for what I do. The cage helped onroad handling, did not degrade offroad flex that I can tell.
     
  5. GotLabs

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    That looks great,:waytogo: post em pics up when your done.
     
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    Thanks, will do after vacuming the mud out.
     
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    any new pics to share?
     
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    Yes, some poser pics from Hollister. And not much from the inside which is even muddier after the mess in down there.

    Watched some K5's (Kevin and Ryan from NCBD) and Willswanter do the Tank Trap. Mine was truly a poser this weekend compared to their runs!

    I will be posting pics of everything soon. (I will get interior pics when I wash it this week :wink1:)
     
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    that thing is clean, i wish the floors in my K-5 looks as good as that
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    and sweet cage looks purddy sturddy

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    Good timing for the cage - there are cracks around the driver side seat mounts so it's not all that clean.

    Along with those cracks there are cracks around the windshield and the doors are no longer aligned..... I hope the cage stops/slows all of this.

    But thanks!
     
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    Poser pic waiting in camp

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    cage looks sweet man.
     
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    so is it visible with the top off, or does it stay under the sides? i cant really tell from the pic. if so im def gona have to do something like that for mine
     
  15. wrthy87

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    I am going to put a cage in my 87 jimmy and am curious as to how you mounted your cage to the frame.
     

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