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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by mountainexplorer, May 10, 2006.
It runs and drives and is pretty much all together. I hope it lasts through the whole weekend.
Good luck man! Let us know how your safety chain holds up.
Man that's a SWEET looking truck
Dude ditch the Mack mud flaps
looks sweet with the boggers on 12in wheels. Looks like you need my front fenders on there. When I start taking my truck apart, the fenders are yours.
I definitely could use a new nose clip now. I trimmed mine out more with the sawzall when we got there, and then the rough mud pit broke a few things so my nose isn't sitting perfectly straight anymore. My right fender was always screwed up, but now it bows way out and overlaps the door.
how much lift is on the front of that? I was looking at the pictures and it doesn't look like there is much room.
8" all spring and 3" body
Looks big parked on the street here in Spokane. Looked tiny up at the mud bog.
how did you make that a single cab out of your hard top?
im interested in doing the same
so where is the video ????
The body has been that way since I bought it in late '99 for $600. Here's some other pictures of it so you can get an idea of how it looks. Basically a back wall of a truck cab molded onto a K5 cab.
Video will be a while before it's up. I need to get all the video between Sam, Wayne and I together and uploaded then get it edited and arranged. Wayne lives about 20 miles away and Sam lives about 80 miles away so it may be a while.
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