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Crewcab Pics

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by JoeAngelicchio, Jan 26, 2001.

  1. JoeAngelicchio

    JoeAngelicchio 1/2 ton status

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    Anyone have any cool pics of Crewcabs? Going to start working on mine this summer and thinking of putting the Jimmy's 4" lift on it and putting a 6" on the Jimmy. Want to see how the crews look with different lifts and tires.
    Thanks.

    <font color=green>Joe Angelicchio
    86 Jimmy 4+3, 35-&gt;39.5 tires,4spd
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  2. Moose

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    Joe go to the link and look under My trucks section my old CrewCab pics are there.

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.users.qwest.net/~trojan>http://www.users.qwest.net/~trojan</A>
     
  3. Brian 89KBlazer

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    Moose

    When's the site getting updated?? I've been waiting for the rest of those rollcage pics to appear on the site!![​IMG]

    Brian
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  4. ken

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    Well, I'd post mine, but don't think I can here. It's an '88 dually crewcab (old body style) with a 10" Superlift supsension and 42" Swampers.

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  5. JoeAngelicchio

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    Hey Ken, I remember seeing a pic of your truck on the beach. How did you fit the dual swampers in the back? You should set up a homepage, I'm sure you would have some cool pics.
    Thanks

    <font color=green>Joe Angelicchio
    86 Jimmy 4+3, 35-&gt;39.5 tires,4spd
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  6. JoeAngelicchio

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    Damon,
    I actually used some pics of your trucks for a screensaver I made for myself using Powerpoint (slide show).

    <font color=green>Joe Angelicchio
    86 Jimmy 4+3, 35-&gt;39.5 tires,4spd
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  7. ken

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    The dual 42s in back were fitted with custom rims made by Taylor Made Rims in South Gate, CA. They're both 9.75" wide with wild offsets so no weak-aced spacers are needed. The inside dual is within about 3/4" from the spring, and the outside dual is a little over legal max width limit (102") at about 106". There is about 1/2" between the tires at their widest part...they do not touch. I have never been hassled about width, only tint and mudflaps. Oh, and the front rims are 12" wide and are a custom dually style offset, also made by Taylor Made. I should set up a homepage, but have no time. You should see the truck now, its got a 9 1/2' Lance extended cabover camper on it. To the top of the AC its 12 1/2 feet!!! I gotta watch gas station roofs and low freeway overpasses!!!

    ken
     

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