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CHUCK!!!!!!!! I've missed you, man.

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Same here. Hows the family? Your coming right along with this.

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Good, added another little girl. We had some spare time. :) Looking for a SWB truck to build for Halen. Dirt cheap, if you happen to see something up your way.

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I need to come up and see this one day when you're working on it while I don't have anything going on.


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Sounds like free help to me.

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Sure thing. I got nothing to do. Plus, I know I'll be needing some help down the road.


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5150 wrote:
Good, added another little girl. We had some spare time. :) Looking for a SWB truck to build for Halen. Dirt cheap, if you happen to see something up your way.



I've got a 72lwb that I'm parting. The cab needs rockers and corners. Bare ac cab with title for 200 Lmk soon.

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Looks good B!

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any more progress?

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Yea, I tact in the new dash the other day. I'll get a pic tomorrow.

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Yea, I tact in the new dash the other day. I'll get a pic tomorrow.


cool! Glad you're working on it!

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I had a cookout at the house yesterday and about 10-12 board members showed up. Woodridge rebuilt the 4l60e and we put it in. Well kinda, there wasn't a dowel pin on the driver's side of the motor. So we just hand tightened the tranny to the motor until I can find one.

I hadn't had it aired out since the motor was in it. You can't really tell from the pics, but it's got a sweet rake to it. I also tacked in a factory dash and got rid of that shaved one.

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:flag: :cogratulations: Looking good Bryan. Glad I got to see it in person. :5150: :exit:

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Looking good, B. How's the oil pan clarance?

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The tranny isn't fully installed due to the fact that there wasn't a dowel pin on the drivers side. So it wouldn't be accurate.

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Looking good B.

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:agree: :phatyo:

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Looks good B. Are you going to the Cards opening day? I may go Sat.

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No, got too much going on here to get away right now. Mandi and I are going on a 10 year anniversary trip out to LA. We're then driving up to Seattle. Going to try to hit a Dodger game and a Giants game on the trip.

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5150, another cool ride! Me and the wife will be celebrating our 8th anniversary the 10 of April. I wish I could talk her into a burb, I have tried many times, I just get that look. The only way she would be cool with it is if I lift it..... She is from Montana, hates my lowered ideas.


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Well Congrats, The wife and I will hit 25 yrs in June. She's a dodger fan. I asked her to name one player and she can't. She says she's a fan because Tommy Lasorda was so cute. LOL OMG.

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Tommy Lasorda cute? He's old enough to be her grandfather! I guess I'm a Braves fan, or was. Just don't care anymore.

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Tommy Lasorda cute? He's old enough to be her grandfather! I guess I'm a Braves fan, or was. Just don't care anymore.



I know that just doesn't make sense. She just thought he was a cute round butterball I guess LOL. We're going to see the Cards beat the Braves on the 13 of May. If I were a Braves fan I would't care either Woody. J/K I do like Andrew Jones though when he was there. I used to laugh when that manager for the Braves would get mad you could read his lips so easy. Every other word was a cuss word. His name was Bobby something.


Anyway , any progress B?

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Got a decent amount of work done on the burb today. Since Lizzy's eye surgery I really haven't had a lot of time for the burb or the show, but got a few hours today and went out in the garage.

I got another set of integrated seatbelt buckets from a late model Chevy truck from Brian at Brian's Motorsports. I'm running four buckets with a third row seat. It'll be tight for anybody riding in the third row, but 99% of the time it will just be the four of us so I'm not that concerned about it. I mocked the back seats up first and got the holes drilled. I hung the driver's side door all the way and also hung the core support.

Going to try to have it at the show, but obviously just sitting there, not moving on it's own power.

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Any progress is good progress.

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Looking good! That'll be a comfy interior!

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Got a few more pieces slapped on tonight.

Trying to get it ready so I can haul it up to the truck show this weekend. Don't really care how it looks to an extent, just wanted all the body panels on it except the hood.

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