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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mountainexplorer, May 10, 2006.

  1. mountainexplorer

    mountainexplorer 1/2 ton status

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    It runs and drives and is pretty much all together. I hope it lasts through the whole weekend.
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    Good luck man! Let us know how your safety chain holds up. :D
     
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    Man that's a SWEET looking truck :bow:
     
  4. Chevy305

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    Dude ditch the Mack mud flaps
     
  5. eclipse

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    looks sweet with the boggers on 12in wheels. Looks like you need my front fenders on there. When I start taking my truck apart, the fenders are yours.
     
  6. mountainexplorer

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    I definitely could use a new nose clip now. I trimmed mine out more with the sawzall when we got there, and then the rough mud pit broke a few things so my nose isn't sitting perfectly straight anymore. My right fender was always screwed up, but now it bows way out and overlaps the door.
     
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    how much lift is on the front of that? I was looking at the pictures and it doesn't look like there is much room.
     
  8. mountainexplorer

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    8" all spring and 3" body

    Looks big parked on the street here in Spokane. Looked tiny up at the mud bog.
     
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    how did you make that a single cab out of your hard top?

    im interested in doing the same
     
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    so where is the video ????
     
  11. mountainexplorer

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    The body has been that way since I bought it in late '99 for $600. Here's some other pictures of it so you can get an idea of how it looks. Basically a back wall of a truck cab molded onto a K5 cab.

    http://community.webshots.com/myphotos?action=viewAllPhotos&albumID=41363667&security=APUTic

    Video will be a while before it's up. I need to get all the video between Sam, Wayne and I together and uploaded then get it edited and arranged. Wayne lives about 20 miles away and Sam lives about 80 miles away so it may be a while.
     

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