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some pics of my blazers tubing work

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by juanblzer, Mar 31, 2002.

  1. juanblzer

    juanblzer 1/2 ton status

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    http://community.webshots.com/album/30273072wxuaWrSrBD

    The cucv bumper, roksliders, and front bumper pics are all new (taken during January this year)
    Just another set of photos as the truck gets more and more purpose built. What do you think?
    Juan
     
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    very nice---i like the 208 skid plate. does that front bumper get in the way out in those AZ rocks
     
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    Has your 208 been rotated? Just wondering. I hope this summer to get a skid plate for my 208 that is as strong as stock or stronger, and has alot more clearance like yours does.
     
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    no, its the same clearance of a typical 208 t-case skidplate w/spacers to lower it. The skidplate itself is made more "slippery" and it also mounts to a boxed frame area.
     
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    That's really nice lookin, looks like you're havin fun puttin that together. I'd love to get ahold of a bender some day.
     
  8. is that a one ton slip yoke or a fixed conversion with a regular front cv?

    very nice rig by the way!/forums/images/icons/cool.gif
     
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    I'm not sure. The rear shaft and front shaft are both arizona drivelines products. They are extended slip shafts. The rear tailshaft is tapped to accept a bolt to make the rear yoke bolt on. Whether it's the best set up, I don't know. I'm not very happy with this company and as soon as I can I will get highangledrivelines to build one of those slick rear cv setups. Thanks for the compliments everyone. It's really coming along. I just cut out the dash and I will be doing a cage mounted artcarr gateshifter and guage pod this coming week. I'll take pics when it's done.
    Juan
     

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