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    BlazinORANGE ogg2001's Avatar
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    Looks good
    '87 Jimmy, Caddy Deville tail lights, frenched lic plate, smoothie steel rollpan, phantom grill, 425 HP V8 conversion in the process and all the goodies to go with it
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    Originally posted by ogg2001
    Looks good
    wish i could say that about your progress owen jk man.
    Originally posted by lycan
    I've been pwnd

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    Darrens full of positive comments tonight haha :p:

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    all u canadian blazer punks better be planning a road trip in june!
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    Well spent the night making my notches... 2x4x3/16 square tube. Got one done and welded up, and the other is cut, gonna weld it tomorow. Ill put the notches in Saturday. Picked one of the pieces of steel up right after i cut it and it was like on Men in Black when Will Smith burns his fingerprints off haha...thats what it felt like anyway.






    ^^^ Haha, its awesome cutting angles, cuz then you have all these extra gussets.
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    looks good man
    03 s10 (stock) / 90 blazer (layin body)


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    coo coo:bigthumb:
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    I've been pwnd

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    Nice work Mike keep us updated :bigthumb:
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    sweet
    '87 Jimmy, Caddy Deville tail lights, frenched lic plate, smoothie steel rollpan, phantom grill, 425 HP V8 conversion in the process and all the goodies to go with it
    http://www.cardomain.com/id/ogg2001

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    Nice work, better get to welding.

    but I really like the smiley face minitrucking mechanic avatar

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    Haha thanks. Im gonna finish welding them today and throw them in tomorow probobly.

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    Well, got alot of shit done on the rear setup...welded my notches in, boxed the frame in where they connect, made a neat little bridge, and made my driveshaft crossmember and welded it in. Then i dropped the truck down over the wheels (forgot to unbolt the leaf springs so they are holding it up like 2.75" inches off the ground still. I got some buddies to put there weight on the back and the rims should tuck a couple inches when layed out.









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    sweet dude, what size wheels can you lay on with your notch?
    03 s10 (stock) / 90 blazer (layin body)


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    prob like 30s haha. havent measure yet, but its pretty huge.

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    OH! Forgot to mention!...i have 40+ offset wheels, and i figured id need spacers for the front and back. But they bolted right up, they have like an inch of clearance from the frame :bigthumb: . So now I only need spacers for the front...w00t!

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