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Sliders-DONE, cage-DONE, floor-DONE, dovetail front-DONE, dovetail rear-DONE MUAHA!!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by SCOOBYDANNN, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. SCOOBYDANNN

    SCOOBYDANNN 1/2 ton status

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    Makin some progress again on ScoobyDee.

    Stuff left to do
    Figure a shifter (id like an Art Carr, but $$)
    Shorten rear driveshaft
    put front window in
    wire it up and start it.

    and now the pics:D

    cutting out rockers (and friends finger)
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    Sliders in (2x3x1/4"--i dont think theyre going anywhere)
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    Front and rear floors cut out (rust) main hoop, a-pillar, and main seat bars.
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    cage finished, view fron pass side
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    close up of seat mounts and cage
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    from the back side
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    driver side w/ almost flat belly
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    and my favorite (still might put origional grille, but not sure yet.)
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    i hope everyone can see it

    tell me what you think
     
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    Nice red X's;)
     
  3. SCOOBYDANNN

    SCOOBYDANNN 1/2 ton status

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    i thought it was going too easy.--hold please
     
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    exactly!
     
  6. SCOOBYDANNN

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    looking good. What tire and lift combo is on there?
     
  8. SCOOBYDANNN

    SCOOBYDANNN 1/2 ton status

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    38 sx's on 15x10 rockstomper beadlocks, 6" tuff country front and ORD shackle flip w/ Furd leaves in back---probably going back to 40's or 42's
     
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    looks great! u ended up clocking the tcase and such? got pics of that?
     
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    t-case is your basic 5 degrees on the 205, but i did move everything up about 2" from stock. i did have to cut out the floor a little
     
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    Did you use an adapter to clock the t-case or is it the 6 bolt pattern?
     
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    It's a doubler. when you order the adaptor from ORD (and im sure others) you get an option on the clock. so it is the hourglass, not the round.
     
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    holy crap thats awsome
     
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    Go higher.....!!!.

    Marv
     
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    ya that looks like a daily driver rock slider, or a "i still want to run doors" slider


    :)
     
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    why does this not look right?

    [​IMG]
    Why does the front ad rear angle down so much?it makes it look like alot of stuffs broken from a hard weekend of wheeling.
     
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    the front isn't bolted in place in the pic, but the rear dosnt come down as much as it looks.

    I dont know why i didnt go higher in the slider, but oh well i kinda like the sound of metal against rocks anyway:D
     
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    are you doing any kind of bracing on the front sheet metal? Anything to keep the radiator out of the fan?
     
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    I didnt really move the rad supprt back any, but yes there will b support for the fenders front and rear.
     
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    It's the hot new break-over angle set up. :wink1: Should catch on like the 52in front spring swap :p:
     

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