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    93 4-door

    This is the goal:





    This is where I am now:





    This is what it looked like when I picked it up ~ 6 months ago:






    -Matt

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    damn man nice work truck looks great.... the photo shop looks insane
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    Originally posted by csmizzlesxblizz
    damn man nice work truck looks great.... the photo shop looks insane


    Thanks.. I can't wait for it to warm up so that I can start working on the cladding..


    -Matt

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    looks great, hope you can get it done. you planning on making the clading or streching somebodys elses/
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    Originally posted by cappinbob
    looks great, hope you can get it done. you planning on making the clading or streching somebodys elses/

    I planning on molding and modding Typhoon cladding.. I've got a doner set sitting in my basement and all of the supplies to make fiberglass molds.. I've done a lot of reading and practiced on little pieces so once it warms up some I think I am ready to start making molds...

    I threw some 2" lowering blocks, rear wheel spacers, KYB Monomax shocks, and fender flares on the other day.. Now I just need to install my sy/ty torsion bar keys up front to bring that down so that its level with the back.





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    Neat project, looks good so far.


    I like the way it looks with the rear spacers... I never understood why they didnt make the font/rear wheels stick out the same amount from the factory:confused:
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    Originally posted by RustyButTrusty
    I like the way it looks with the rear spacers... I never understood why they didnt make the font/rear wheels stick out the same amount from the factory:confused:

    Yeah, I can't figure that one out either.. And I hate the sucked in look.. It drives me nuts..


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    Originally posted by RustyButTrusty
    I like the way it looks with the rear spacers... I never understood why they didnt make the font/rear wheels stick out the same amount from the factory
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    The reason the front wheels stick out farther is so that they get extra bite in snow and mud and so they produce a wider track for the rear wheels to grab into. All 4wd GM products are like that.
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