Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by BadDog, Jul 8, 2002.
For those of you interested in the progress of my cage/body project. Take a look at this
Cool, first cage that I have seen with a swamp cooler attached. You might want to enclose the body so the cool air will stay in though.
LOL! No need, I got it pointed right down on my head... /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
Cage looks Awesome. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
Looks like a 5 ton Trane Roof Top Unit! Hmmm, it would be easier than hooking up my A/C belt. Just not real sure what I will do with the condensing unit and the 208 Volt power converter! Be sure to route the condensate drain to where you could pee into it, then you will not have to stop on the trail and risk getting poision ivy!/forums/images/icons/grin.gif
Nice cage BadDog. What bender are you using? Nice work.
Thanks for the props guys. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
It's a JD2 Model 3 knockoff bender frame with a real JD2 Model 3 die (1.75 x 5.5 x 180). It was the same price as the stripped JD2 but came with degree ring and spacers inside the frame (on pins and bolts) to keep everything where it goes, even when the die is removed. Anyway, I'm pretty happy with it.
Fixing the bad clutch on my 75 this week and throwing a couple cans of freon in it. At 36 the A/C working has taken precident over onboard air LOL.
Thats looking really good! I like the over the windsheild beam but you better round the top so it automaticly rolls back onto the wheels! Making me want to start mine but I don't want to rip the truck apart yet! Figured I'd wait till I rolled it first... uh, yeah, I guess your right.
nice lines around the windscreen frame...following the a-pillar, nice and tight. /forums/images/icons/cool.gif love to see progress.
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