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Awesome work, man. Keep it up. Sub'd for future progress
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Looks great! I've got one question. It was hard to tell from the pics but it looked like the rear wheel arch was too small for tire and that you might have tire contact at the bottom of the wheel opening. Is that actually the case and if so, do you plan on opening up the wheelwell any?

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Nice work, I can tell a lot of time has gone into it. Do you know if your c6 operates like the c6 with the electric shift. I have that in my 87 that has been a continual project and I am wondering if I am going to have problems with the electric shift after my carb conversion is done.

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Yes, sorry E40d. You are right, my truck is a k code=c6. I forgot that the setup down there on the trans is just the neutral safety switch.
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