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Wood looks awesome.

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Moved my truck from my carport to my dads garage today. Won't go into details, but it took 7 hours to go ten miles. Was an adventure. Ready to get back to work on it.

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Looking forward to updates on this build!!! :gi:

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if it whent the same way as it did the last time i moved my trucks i feel youre pain

in my case the holdingstrap broke during when i had to hit the brakes and the truck on the trailer whent over the front and dove intoo the back of the pickup pulling it ............. never ever ever again will i load a truck with only one strap .... never .
the worse part of it was the fact i had loaned the trailer and offcourse had to repair the damage , in hindsight hiring a profesional wouldve been cheaper


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if it whent the same way as it did the last time i moved my trucks i feel youre pain

in my case the holdingstrap broke during when i had to hit the brakes and the truck on the trailer whent over the front and dove intoo the back of the pickup pulling it ............. never ever ever again will i load a truck with only one strap .... never .
the worse part of it was the fact i had loaned the trailer and offcourse had to repair the damage , in hindsight hiring a profesional wouldve been cheaper


I feel your pain. Ripped two holes in my frame using the towbar.

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How in the world?

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:agree: :fb: :drama:

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:flag: :agree: what he said :agree: :exit:

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I can see several possibilities, sudden catastrophic change of direction, too small a bolt in to large a hole, or....... forgot to tighten something.

Hope nothing serious happened though. Just time consuming.

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How in the world?


I really don't know what the problem is/was. I pulled it home from Louisville when I got it and it pulled like a dream. But the last time I pulled it home with the towbar it ripped a hole in the front of my frame. I welded it up and pulled it on home thinking maybe the wheels got a little bound up in some gravel or something. Then this time it ripped a hole in the frame as i was pulling out of my road (150 yards from my house). Couldn't weld it back up at that time so I hooked it to two bolt holes on the underside of the frame. That shortened the distance between the truck and my truck, but no biggie. Pulled it about 3 miles and was making a right hand turn and it ripped one of those holes.

Initially my cousin brought a trailer over to haul it on but it wasn't wide enough, so we went and got the towbar. After the second incident with the towbar we went and got another trailer. Then the chain pulley wouldn't work. It was bound up. So, I tried the old pull it up on the trailer with another vehicle trick. The metal cable we tried to pull it on with broke! :floored: It was comical (sort of) at this time. I eventually had to go to ace and buy a small piece of chain and some bolts. Bolted the chain to the sides of my frame and then bolted the towbar to the chain. That worked and I was able to get it to the garage, but it let the truck move a little right to left while I was pulling it. Let's just say I was NERVOUS with that thing swaying behind me. Took me 30 mins for my hands to stop shaking once I got it to the garage. Kept thinking it was gonna come loose and fly across the road or something.

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Sheesh, glad you got it there, eventually :wink:

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Some days it just ain't worth getting up.

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yeah but think about the stories you can tell youre children


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yeah but think about the stories you can tell youre children


....what not to do! :mrgreen:

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Worked all day in the garage getting all the lights working. Trying to get everything in order so I can start doing a little work.

I did get some new tires mounted on the rear wheels when I was out today. I also setup a work table in front of the truck and got most all my parts on it that I have been accumulating.

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:cogratulations: :phatyo:

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That looks really good!!!

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Was gonna try to save some money and buy all the bolts for the bed separately, but I counted the number of bolts today and it takes 92 bolts, nuts and washers. :shock: $90 for the complete stainless steel kit sounds a whole lot better than it did before I knew that. :)

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Yep, :gi:

Also, you might want to check out ebay. There is a guy who sells stainless kits including interior fastener kits. The interior kits are individually packaged and labeled to where they go and are like $9.

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the companies selling the kits buy in builk and make a profit because of that , if theres a big factorie nearby you might want to talk to someone doing maintanance there maibe hes willing to get that hardwhare for you out of there stock for a reduced price (they buy large too )


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Yep, :gi:

Also, you might want to check out ebay. There is a guy who sells stainless kits including interior fastener kits. The interior kits are individually packaged and labeled to where they go and are like $9.


I searched Ebay last night, but didn't find anything cheaper than Southern Kentucky Classics. If anyone sees anything like that on Ebay let me know.

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I actually contacted the guy I got my stuff from. He doesn't have any bed bolt kits. Sounds like SOKY is the way to go...

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I actually contacted the guy I got my stuff from. He doesn't have any bed bolt kits. Sounds like SOKY is the way to go...


Called them today and they have a stainless kit for $85. Never dreamed bolts for the bed would set me back this much, but pretty much my cheapest option. Thanks for checking for me!

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Almost got the bed back together. Put in about 10 hours on it today.

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Looking forward to some pictures. Sounds like great progress. I got several good hours on mine today. Tomorrow has too much going on... :drama:

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Brown truck brought this yesterday. What's the best way to paint this gold anodized type of metal? Do I need to just scuff it and paint it?

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Still got the rear pieces of wood to put in and quite a few more bolts, but getting close.

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Looks really nice!!!!

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Thanks guys!

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Got the rear track bar in tonight.

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Just a heads up. The other day when I went to buy new bolts, nuts, and washers for my tracbar the guy told me I could save a bunch of money if I weighed them and payed for them by the pound. Never knew ACE sold by the pound before, but I probably saved 50% on the grade 8 stuff I bought that day.

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Lucy is looking good!

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Lucy is looking good!


Thanks man. I appreciate it.

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Got the bed back on. Bringing her to the new house.

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Aired out pic is for Bryan. He's been asking for one forever.

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Looks great! Awesome stance!

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looking real good ;)

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cool truck!!! Are you going to leave it orig. paint and find a door to match?

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i would just put the interiour in it mount the lights and go cruisin this year , leave the paint be untill winter , from the looks of it the truck is allmost done


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cool truck!!! Are you going to leave it orig. paint and find a door to match?


Gonna try to rattle can the doors and fender to match somehow.

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i would just put the interiour in it mount the lights and go cruisin this year , leave the paint be untill winter , from the looks of it the truck is allmost done


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Any updates Trai ?

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