I have been working on cars and trucks all week. My friend has an old Chevy 3/4 ton truck that is the most rednecked out thing I have ever seen. Its has a 4" suspension, 3" body, and misc. welded lift, and 38's, The guy who had it before him lowered the t-case 2" with huge pieces of metal, which he welded. He has all sorts of wierd metal brackets welded on there, for the brake lines, clutch linkage, transfer case linkage, throttle linkage, and some other stuff we couldn't figure out. We are trying to make it actually functional by fixing all of his f*** ups. We just used an old trampoline spring for the clutch spring, since the old one was a bungee cord. The clutch actually feels really good! He had the gas tank mounted in the bad, and it was loose. We got one for a Suburban aand stuck it in there, but had to cut a hole in the bed, and run a hose up there to fill it with. It leaks like crazy. He welded the reciever hitch to the bumper, and the bumper to the frame, using a lot of strange looking pieces of metal I'm sure he just found lying around...about 300 feet of wires going nowhere, and an air filter that is basically collapsed...the top of the air cleaner has a hole in it too....also lots of pieces of metal randomly welded to the front of the frame, not seeming to serve any purpose...who else has some stories?