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I still havent got any of the DOM tubing,

I picked up a 20' stick of 1 1/2" DOM yesterday for my steering. $84

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got it in the garage and started taking stuff off. Gotta get some big jackstands then ill get the axle out.

You need some of these:


Oh did I mention. I started mine also

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Havent accomplished much, just went and got most of my nuts and bolts.

I did put the gear cover on tho
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is that painted with that hammerite stuff? looks good.

where did you go for the parts?

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Had to get stuff several places for this one, Baxters, autozone, Gresham offroad, Dons machine shop, Jeffs broncograveyard, bluetorch fab, and parkrose hardware for all my grade 8 stuff.

and ya, the cover and my radius arms are hammered grey
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My driver during this project decided to act up..

A new Alt, regulator, and battery, and she is all good again



Got my cage arm ends installed with the 2 degree bushings



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Mark used 2* bushings and i thought he said he had too much caster. are you doing something different somewhere or are you just gonna deal with it?

i dig the red too btw

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Mark used 4s, thats why I went 2, he felt his was a lil much
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Right on Tim, looken good.

94 5.8/E4OD Edelbrock efi intake, jba headers, transgo shift kit. 6" PC stage II, 4.88 gears, front Aussie. Warn HS9500, custom bumper and sliders. RedHead steering and TieRod flip.
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Looks good I just placed the order for my springs, gears, bushings I jacked up my drive side spindle but I got lucky and found one on Ebay for 10$ just got that yesterday.



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okay so scrap the 1 ton and throw in a D60?
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A lot of SAS action lately..
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A lot of SAS action lately..

Isnt It beautiful thing ??



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Mark used 4s, thats why I went 2, he felt his was a lil much

guess i sould have re-read that before i opened my mouth (so to speak)

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guess i sould have re-read that before i opened my mouth (so to speak)
With the Cage (or duff) extended arm you are going to get about 4* correction right off. That was my mistake. with about 6" lift or so, you don't need much more bushing correction. 2* should put Tim about 6* caster with 6" lift, a bit less with 7". spec is 6* max. Should work great.

Some day when mine needs new bushings, I'll use the 2*.

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Not sure about these...my frame is 31" to the ground now, i dont wanna do this on stands fully extended

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Not sure about these...my frame is 31" to the ground now, i dont wanna do this on stands fully extended

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Crazed checked his... sweet.

Ignore the posts about stands, Crazedatwork gets confused easily.
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Crazed checked his... sweet.

Ignore the posts about stands, Crazedatwork gets confused easily.
We know. It's that evil other half escaping and posting when you're not looking. crazy coot.

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Looks good.

I just bought those 12 ton stands last week
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