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    Frame Build, Body Drop and bag install...

    Alright. Started Friday with my truck full assmembled.






    Today we are finishing up the section for the gas tank at the back, and adding some more reinforcements to where the new section joins the front clip. Then we will be waiting on a 4 link and all the gussets for the frame to arrive.
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    looks good man.. keep us updated... and ohh yea nice bead:bigthumb:
    91 s10 blazer, 4 door, everything shaved and cadillac tailights, bagged on some 18x8 inch billet specialties, working on bodydrop and gettin paint...

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    fgn

    hell ya dude looks good
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    lookin good man, cant wait to find a garage so i can start ripping apart my 83 frame to redo it for my 4x4:bigthumb:
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    what size wheels u gonna put her on and also did u get that engine stand from harbor freight....looks like i one im about to get friday (350 swap)
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    nah the engine stand is a cheapo from Canadian Tire. The suspension will be set up for 20's in the back for now. If i really wanted to, there is proabably enough clearance for 24's.hahaha.
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    got some more done...



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    Wow thats awesome.
    That is one big notch in the rear!

    Looks great.

    And keep those pics coming!

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    i'm not hating or anything, but are you using your garage floor as a jig? because if you are its not gonna be straight. other then that it looks good :bigthumb:
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    no it was shimmed and levelled throughout the build-up. No actual Jig, but all the the lengths are equal on both sides and we measured the crap out of it as we went.
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    Good man, never use the floor unless its perfectly level.


















    And all you "would be welders", take a mental picture of his beads, cause if yours dont look like that, they suck.

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    lol

    true that guiltybydesign. thats not a lie.

    but for illblazer man good job thats looken really nice.. what type of lift do u think ur going to get out of all that.? J/W good job though.:bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :smoker: keep up the great work.
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    Re: lol

    Originally posted by bagme_85
    true that guiltybydesign. thats not a lie.

    but for illblazer man good job thats looken really nice.. what type of lift do u think ur going to get out of all that.? J/W good job though.:bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :smoker: keep up the great work.
    i dont see any suspension or bags or anything to give him lift..im pretty sure its not going to have lift till we figure out what hes puttin on it. lol

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    Originally posted by guiltybydesign
    Good man, never use the floor unless its perfectly level.
    And all you "would be welders", take a mental picture of his beads, cause if yours dont look like that, they suck.
    HaHa thanks man, Haven't really welded much structural stuff much before this either. Besides some frame repairs on my shitty toyota with my shitty 110V.


    The 4 link will be here in a week or so probably..But the rest will be a surprise.
    Front will just be your basic s10 setup with contitechs and SD stuff.
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    I got all the stuff cut to box in where the frame joins up today. Hopefully I will get to weld it in tomorrow, then we can flip the frame and weld up all the bottom stuff.
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