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need pic's of a tube bed and cage on a 1st gen pickup

Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 1967k10, Dec 4, 2005.

  1. 1967k10

    1967k10 1/2 ton status

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    I'm planning on removing my box and building a tube bed with a cab cage all integrated together and into the front bumper.I would like the cage removable from the bed and front bumper.Does anyone have any pic's.I'd like some ideas.Thanks in advance
     
  2. steve_kibbe

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    I don't have exactly what you want, but here's an idea.

    yota bed 1.jpg
     
  3. 70chevybob

    70chevybob Registered Member

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    This pic. Is off a 2nd gen. and this is exactly how I am building mine on a 70c10 built as we speak.

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  4. 1967k10

    1967k10 1/2 ton status

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    Thanks guys,I'm looking for more of a bed that I can also use to haul some stuff in.I found what I want in a magazine.I will probably try to get one fab'd up in the next week or two:D .I'm ready to do some snow wheelin'
     
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    Hey 1967K10, do you have any pics of your truck the way it is so far. It sounds alot like what i'm trying to build for mud boggin. Thank's Jason
     
  6. 1967k10

    1967k10 1/2 ton status

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    Right now it's just a regular looking 67' with a box on it.Hopefully by next weekend I'll have it tubed and have my nv4500/twin stick 205 installed :D.I need a set of tires before I can wheel but I need some more $$$$ first.I'll try to get some pic's for ya.
     
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    Is it on the original frame? And is it a SWB or LWB? Mine is a SWB, but it's on a 1978 frame. Well i'm glad to see another first gen. project. Most of the local mud trucks here are 2 gen's. or S10's. Jason
     
  8. 1967k10

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    It's a LB.Yes it's the origonal 67' 4x4 frame.My brother also has an origonal 67' 4x4 but it's a factory K20.He is doing the same thing I am but his has Cummins power :D.
     
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    DEMON44 Low-Tech Redneck

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    Sounds like you got 'er licked already but heres one of a local truck with a slick rear. It could be plated to form a cargo area too.

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    That truck is crazy
     
  12. 1967k10

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    How do I attach pic's. I have some of mine finally.
     
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    DEMON44 Low-Tech Redneck

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    Finally got 'er mounted on my truck. I've got to yet add mesh to sides and rear, for a proper gear enclosure.

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