Hey guys, the weather is turning cold again. The wheeling is going to halt, or slow quite a bit. And we will all have more time on our hands. So, of course, we will be working on our junk right? Well what are your plans for this winter? I can't wait to get started. I bet ya'll are the same! Here's my list (in order for the most part)... - Find the starting problem, and fix it (no spark) - Time/Tune - Fix the clutch linkages - Put the D60 under - Crossover steering - Redo exhaust (headers blocking front driveline, and I want it to be much quieter) - Reperch 14ff (pointing up too high) - Redo rear shackle flip - F250 front shock hangers, triangulated rear shocks, RS5000's - Anti-wrap bar - Put on the Short bed that I picked up - Dual np205's (will do a write-up on this when it happens) - 15x10's - Full cage/dovetail: this will most definately take a long time. I have a spare body that I will be using. I am going to be taking the front clip off, and building a tube section up front, using the fender skins, and hood wrapped on the front tubing (like the ORD k5). The rear hasn't been figured out quite yet. - Interior: powerwash, window handles Looks like a lot, but I keep my truck out at my job. They let me work on it when there isn't anything to do, and there isn't anything to do during the winter. Nobody flys when it's freezing, and there isn't any grass to mow. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif YOUR TURN!!