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Pics of the rigs

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by M-1028, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. M-1028

    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    finally figured out the camera and how to post so here they are. The white 92 is Thomas's (Baggedbeast) linked, bagged, 350TBI/4l80/sm465/205, 14 and 60, full hydro ect. Mine is the green 87 specs are in my sig.
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  2. Brocky

    Brocky 1/2 ton status

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    I love it. They are both awesome but man dont I love your rig.
     
  3. midnitewarya

    midnitewarya Sounds like a problem for future me. Premium Member

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    Your exo cage looks great. I love the OD paint. It looks way better than those guys who do green tubes and red bodys (and stuff like that). Fantastic Rigs. Now lets see some trail pics. Or maybe chain 'em up and see who's bumper falls off first. :wink1:

    Al
     
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    both great looking rigs but man i dig that cucv everything about it just screams awesome ;D
     
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    86Cucvbeater 1/2 ton status

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    Sweet rides! Im wondering is the wheelbase changed on the M-1028 and what length rear springs do u have?
     
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    1-ton 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    What I like is your garage. Does it have a drain in the floor and everything?
     
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    Ronnie4wd 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    both are sick!

    what size tires does he run?
     
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    holy lowrange batman! :eek: :eek: :eek:

    how exactly is the 4L80E coupled to the 465? :confused:
     
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    awsome rides! :bow: :bow:
     
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    what size tires on the 92?
     
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    My wheelbase is stock with 6" 56's. I think its because I cut the back of the frame off.
     
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    The 92 has 44" Tsl's on 16.5" beadlocks.
     
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    The sm 465 had the input shaft taken out and the factory 32 spline slip yoke (2 wheel drive originally) pressed on, welded, and heat treated. Then he just had an adapter fabbed off of the original 2 wheel drive tail shaft. After that just slide that heavier bugger on there and make crossmembers.
     
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    Yes the shop has drains in the floor that lead to a nearby pond. It is still not finished, still needs more wiring done and finish the bathroom. The shop is 40x80 with a 20 lean too, so total length is 100'.
     
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    Maybe we can go fishing sometime :haha: Gotta love those gasoline fried catfish. :p: Just messin with ya. I'm just jealous of your rigs, thats all :eek1:
    thanks,
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    In my case its DIESEL, just kidding, we have actually never used the drains, but they are just for cleaning up mud left in the shop after wheelin. I thought if would help keep the driveways clean and make in a little easier to keep the place clean. The shop is on 90 ac. of land and to get tax exempt we will be on a wildlife program. I can usure you we won't kill the fish, the game wardens would ring my neck.
     
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    M-1028 1/2 ton status

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    I explained it as best I could in the thread above mabey Thomas (the owner) will chime in. His dad works at a machine shop so that helps, I will try to get better pics later.
     
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    thats why i changed my post :( just didnt read
     

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