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its a long story so I will just show you where we start.




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Now we need the Gojo picks :punk:

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LUV2XCLR8 wrote:
Now we need the Gojo picks :punk:



Right, as soon as I get it to motivate. Buying a filter kit and a case of type F this morning. If that doesn't look like it will work I will use it in the other trans I have on the big shelf. :lol:

There is direction for this ride now. it includes but not limited to new dash, carpet, seatskin, stereo, 3" spindles cut 2 coils off, home flip kit,front drop shocks, home rear shock extenders, home "C" notch, wire tuck(general under hood details) and a set of new rubbers.

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Subscibed (Like you didn't know I would) :haha:

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thanks craig.. well its been a week and the only progress is pulling out the seat and droping it off at the guy with a sowing machine.

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Got me beat, I tightened some Brake lines, again :rolleyes:

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very weathered but not a bad foundation. No doubt you will get her back to her glory days soon.


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Looking forward to watching the build unfold :mrgreen:

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trying to decided if I should try to "fix" the trans thats in it or just put the 350 I have laying on the concrete beside the truck in it. 350c or 350? all the lockup stuff is either broken missing or rigged on the truck so it isn't gona lockup anyway. unless I spend $ and time to make it happen. Back out to the shop. C ya

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trans isn;t broken. F&Fed it. pulls like a champ. throw in an oil change, chase the title from PO then pick up a free dash and some dash paint, that blew a whole day. still need carpet and some tlc for the insides. then we will move on to the slammage. going to make a summit order later tonight, need to know if I have 1' brakes or 1.25 brakes before I push the buy button.

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There is an easy way to tell on the brakes, but I forgot what it is :handface:

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Mmmmmm, Measuring tape?

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yeah gota take off the wheel first (lazy) jk I will get it done tonight. I picked up some 6.5jj rally's for the front.

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mundane progress. door strikers. and brake measurement. looks like I can make a summit order.

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painted the dash with duplicoror stuff. First time using it, came out nice if it holds up. Tried to make 4.5" speakers go in the dash where 3.5" speakers came out, not sucessful yet but havn;t given up

Made the dash lights all work. The bright light was the hardest. the tape on the back of the cluster is all messed up and needs replaced, I have one but couldn;t get it out from the metal clips so I just made the original work. thats about all I have to say for the weekend.

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at least somebody is gettin work done on a truck


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here is some pics of the dash. I can;t complain about the imperfections. It was free and I have 7 bucks in the dye. It came all black and mildewed out of a basement. The original color was gray. I got busy doing and forgot to take picturess of what it takes to do it. basically just unbolt it, snatch it out, take all the stuff your gona keep and put it in a bucket, clean it up while the paint dry's on the cleaned up basement unit, forget about it for a day or two and let the paint dry good, put all the clean parts on the "new" dash and slap it back in. I also wired up some new speakers while the dash was out.


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these pics were messing with me so it may not work as planned.

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Looks good :punk:

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wow i wonder if it would be more economic to get the trucks from arizona , most trucks i see here in the first stage are beyond wat i would try to repair .
you guys do work wonders repairing the sheetmetal though


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nice job


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wow i wonder if it would be more economic to get the trucks from arizona , most trucks i see here in the first stage are beyond wat i would try to repair .
you guys do work wonders repairing the sheetmetal though



possibly, but this metal isn;t bad for one of theese. usually the fenders and bedsides have holes you can throw a cat through. rockers and cab corners are gona be a weak spot for any truck that was used for a truck then retired. leaky door seals and whatnot cause some of this and buildup of mud and other debris will cause some of it too.

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method2mymadnes wrote:
nice job



thanks and LUV thanks also sense I have no clue how to double quote.

the dash is coming back out. not bolted down anyway. The pioneer 2 way's stick up too far and are bubbling the dash in the speaker gril area. I think I can mount them to the bottom of the basket with some washers to drop em, down.

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http://shop.suspensionmax.com/Shop/Cont ... 3238231236

reviews or anything? they are alot cheaper than anyone.

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Make sure you will still be able to run the rally wheels with them. I have 2 1/2 drop spindles and when I turn sharp the wheels rub the lower control arm.


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Make sure you will still be able to run the rally wheels with them. I have 2 1/2 drop spindles and when I turn sharp the wheels rub the lower control arm.



you got the same kind? I was really looking at the djm's because everyone says they fit with 15x8's and I even picked up a pair of van wheels to narrow up the front some. you know how these have wide front and narrow rear. the 6.5's should help some with that and help clear lower controll arms. I was tryin to be cheap with those spindles, but it looks like I should just use what the masses use.

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this is not good
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changed wheels and took some pics.
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thanks to my skunkey friend we cleaned up the engine bay. I shoulda took a picture of all the crap we took out in a big ass pile.

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Flipped up breather lid gives it 30 extra whorsepower
Turn the lid back over you jack waggit


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jcoosi wrote:
Flipped up breather lid gives it 30 extra whorsepower
Turn the lid back over you jack waggit



no way. its stuck to it and don't have another one to replace it when It ripps in two removing it

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Repo wrote:
jcoosi wrote:
Flipped up breather lid gives it 30 extra whorsepower
Turn the lid back over you jack waggit



no way. its stuck to it and don't have another one to replace it when It ripps in two removing it



:floored: That is AWESOME :floored:


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J,

Remind me next time I'm over, I have a 3" you can have. :wink:

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LUV2XCLR8 wrote:
J,

Remind me next time I'm over, I have a 3" you can have. :wink:

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thanks man, not sure if I even need it. I have some ideas rollin around in my head for something that will look more ricer to make Jcoosi crap himself even more.

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friend came by. kept me away from my camaro and fortunately we got some crap work done.

popped out the gril hung it on the wall. looks beter there than it did on the truck. now I need a Phantom

flipped the low beams so now they are below the high beams. Makes sense to me but aperently gm has their reasons but I like it the way it is now.

Pulled all the dryed out plastic "chrome" stripps off the sides. still need to get rid of some of the stickey crap left over.

Removed the bedrails, and the stupid anodized scrached to crap tailgate protector. Now I need too fill some holes.

got the drip rails off. I really want to leave them off it looks cleaner. If there is any drawback to doing this other than a drop of water when I get in it raining, SPEAK UP BEFORE I WELD UP THE HOLES please :fb:


Also we beent a door back to make it line up with the hole for the door.This truck lines up like crap. No seam or gap is same side to side front to back

think thats all thanks Craig :flag:

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YVW, About the only thing worth us
doing on a Rainy day was Shop stuff.

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Whats the latest and greatest?


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He's playing w/ the Camaro again so it's idle :haha:

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He's playing w/ the Camaro again so it's idle :haha:



well not totally idle. just for a couple of weeks while I make the camaro lighter and stronger with more HP (insert evil laugh smilie here) I got the seat back and I got a rocker pannel. still need to get a cab corner

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there is a company that sells a one piece door glass that now has a flush mount rear glass for square bodies. Looks cool, but it would be better if they had a flush mount windshield to match. Can't remember the name of the company. They are on the west coast(of course)


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there has been a topic about the sidewindows a while back , think it was on the big board but im not sure
i found this.... http://www.sporttruck.com/techarticles/ ... index.html

you could make a flushmound front window but it involves welding and repainting , you could fot the suround to the original window or find a window thats close to fitting from a later model and take it out of a wreck suround and all to craft it intoo youre truck ..... lot of work and it has to fit verry whell or the window will crack

flushmount rearwindow ....... i wouldnt be suprized if its a window from an existing truck
make a paper mould of the rear suround and go hunting at a pick and pull to find it and then buy it new , you can use the framing of that window as whell

seen an electricly powered rearwindow once on a truck they crafted the rearwindow out of a blazer intoo the cab , channels and all and put an elecric windowmotor on that , looked slick but i cant find the youtube link to that no more


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there is a company that sells a one piece door glass that now has a flush mount rear glass for square bodies. Looks cool, but it would be better if they had a flush mount windshield to match. Can't remember the name of the company. They are on the west coast(of course)



yeah thats the same company one piece door glass or something like that. they have the flush front out now. all of them are high. the rear glass is 275 the door kits are 700 and the windshield is 600

not 100% on the front at this time though. I think it might need more chrome in that area and really dont want to mess with a bunch of fab where the buggs hit. although. it has to come out for some surface rust in the frame thats gota go before it makes an ass.

I have plenty of holes and other crap to fill. just waiting on some motormounts and my heads back from the shop to get the camaro back out of my way. I plan on firing up the welder and "Practicing" on the bed before I get into the rocker pannel replacement. not sure on how the metal is going to take heat and whatnot. I am not a body man.

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the trick to welding sheetmetal is to stitchweld only weld a spot for a second then move 3 inches down and weld another spot
after you done that all across the weld go back to the first bit and move on along the line again untill finished try to keep it as cool as you can even when grinding , it saves on a lot of hammer and dolly work later , talk to someone with sheetmetal experiance he prolly able to show you some tricks of the trade or special tools to align the sheetmetal


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thanks dude.

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well yesterday progress was made . Its been sittin there neglected again, but it was at least indoors. I had a friend of mine come by with extensive body experience. He said rockers were no problem. I said lets do it. so we got that sucker in place. He even cut the corner out and started putin that back in metal instead of rust. While he was there I started on the bed. Capped off the steak pockets. Sheet metal work is easy work but takes patience to make it look right. Pictures are coming as soon as I get all the honey do list done for the day and it seddles down here. Drivers side sheet metal is almost done. Passenger side should be a cake walk compared to the drivers side.

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after a while youre going to begin to wonder where all the fuss was about


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Based on the few pic's you texted
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i once seen a pickup where they put an electric window in the back , think they used the rearwindow and channel of a blazer/suburban for that looked great but cant remember wat truck it was or even if it was a chevy


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I have seen that also, but not sure if it was one of these trucks or not. I got a plan to do a flush mount glue in glass for the back to get rid of the slider completeley. The cargo lamp is going also, and the seam across the back of the cab. Looking for a real clean resto that no one can put their finger on why it looks different than they remember but no odd ass body work with luvers, cowl hoods, caddilac tail lights, shaved tailgates, and whatnot. Nothig wrong with that suff if you have the truck for it, but its just not for this one.

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Good to see you back on and posting.I went to Jackson drag strip today for the big show. It was my first time out and I'm one whipped puppy tonight. Hope to do more before they close down for winter.

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If I would have known, I would have gone just to hang out. My race car is done. lost second and it needs that to make it to the end of the track lol. The cure is a 2 speed and quit messing with all them gears. It will be back, but until then the truck gets some love.

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It was a last min. thrown together deal. Will try to let you know before the next trip.

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Um the race car is out of the picture the truck is on the front burner.

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The Toy: "Square Vette" 72 C5 Blazer
Toy Puller: "Burakkubyūtī" 12 Tundra
Toy Hauler: "Feathers" Aluma 8218T
Owner/Admin "TN Classic Truck Club"


Sun Mar 11, 2012 6:53 am
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