Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mrdrinksalil, Apr 28, 2007.
Bout ready to fire the engine up... Heres what the 42's will look like (pre body lift)...
wow...gorgeous, can i get some more specs on the truck???
1982 Chevy Cab on a 1985 Chevy Blazer frame
4" springs in front w/ zero rates. Homemade shackle flip in rear w/ 1.5" block Wheels/Tires:
42" TSLs w/ recentered H1 rims and 3.5" of backspacing Drivetrain/Suspension:
Chevy 350SB w/ Edelbrock Intake, 670 T.Avenger Carb, Ceramic Coated Headers, 140Amp Alt., Alum. Pulleys and brackets.
Th400 Transmission w/ Fixed Yolk 6-bolt pattern NP205.
Open Dana60 Front w/ ORD crossover steering, Detroit locked 14-bolt rear w/disks
Optima Red Top, ORD greaseable bolts throughout, 16 gallon fuel cell, Lots of brand new parts
Best- Doing it the right way the first time.
Worst- Trucks not done yet, I'll let you know...
haha...badass man. i love the truck, and the 42''s kick ass bro. oh yeah, that's one purdy motor too.
Hahah, thanks. I'll be pullin for you folks to vote me in as truck o' the month when I get her done
That looks really good, how long has this been under construction?
well, quite a while. Started back in Upstate NY and then moved the project down here to georgia last june. was in college when I had it in NY so never had any money. But since ive been in GA ive got a lot done. bout 3 years, but most of the first year was just gatherin parts and what not
love the wheels man...j/k keep up the good work!
Lookin Good man, get it done! I want to see it in action
Yeah, wanna know what they are called? USA6x6, recentered H1, been waitin for 6 fockin weeks, daniel specials.. lol
HEY you forgot funniest wheeling incident!
Funniest wheeling incident so far has to be needing my 110lb girlfriend to help me push it over the little 1" hump of concrete into the garage when I have it outside...
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