Discussion in '1969-1972 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by MetalMelter, Mar 8, 2007.
that would be a cool truck to own.
:d :d :d
Glad you guys like it, Both bumpers and grill where built here in our shop.
Really like that one, it's got personality without the over kill.
You just made me want a step.
Where is the hoist??????
Do you know approx. how much your cage weighs?
And what material was used?
Don't have a clue what it weighs but it was made out of 2" DOM, along with the sliders, front and rear bumper. All done by Hartley Truck and Tubing, or Metal Melter on here. Here are a few more pics in case you haven't seen any of the other pics of it.
Makes me want to do that
Hell you don't even need floor boards..just foot bords hahahhaha or pegs like on a Harley hahahahaa...I guess not..too much dust&dirt...OH I know a plexyglass floor so you can see through like a glass bottom boat! HELLYA!!!!!!!!
This way when I get really stupid and the entire body is trashed after runs with the sheet metal gang then I can just buggy it like Mr. Fox and the ORD crew. Just add some more DOM, motor mounts, and were there.
Thanks much for the reference pics !
Now I see how the rocker panel/bar is mounted.
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