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Thread: Project: Junkyard Blazer - MexInAction

  1. #31
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    good thing im on s10 forum so i can just copy and paste the rest of my build back over here.
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  2. #32
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    UPDATE: 01/31/2008

    The body is outside getting ready to get picked up so it can go to the junkyard and the frame is just waiting to get the engine pulled form it. Only need a damn cherrypicker





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  3. #33
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    UPDATE: 02/01/2008









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  4. #34
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    UPDATE: 02/11/2008

    Finally got some of the things that i ordered. Still gotta order a couple more things before i actually install the front air setup. Missing a couple fittings :-)





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  5. #35
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    UPDATE: 02/11/2008

    Finished up grinding the bumpstops and eyebrowed the front spring pockets in order to fit the bags. Its good for now but when it gets back from being sandblasted ill make the pockets look cleaner.















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  6. #36
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    UPDATE: 03/03/2008

    Took the frame to get sandblasted on Friday and I just got it back today. Man it loooks so clean!!!

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  7. #37
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    UPDATE: 03/03/2008



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  8. #38
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    UPDATE: 04/01/2008

    Well have been ordering a bunch of things since I last posted. I got my chrome 20's finally. Ordered SD arms and should be here within the next week. Bought new cross drilled rotors as well as new wheel bearings for everything, and new 2" belltech lowering spindles.











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  9. #39
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    UPDATE: 04/09/2008

    Finally got my SD control arms and man are these things beefy as hell. Didnt realize they were that beefy but thats a good thing. Now i just gotta wait to get my frame back from Freeland Kustomz to install these.







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    UPDATE: 04/11/2008

    Got a couple of pics showing the progress. Halfway done. Should be done by Monday.









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  11. #41
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    UPDATE: 04/15/2008

    Freeland Kutomz has finished the rear setup. Great setup. Now it is on it's way to my garage and as soon as it gets here I'll be doing the front end. As soon as it gets here! :D









    Last edited by MexInAction; 03-18-2009 at 09:44 AM.
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  12. #42
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    UPDATE: 04/15/2008



















    Last edited by MexInAction; 03-18-2009 at 09:50 AM.
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  13. #43
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    UPDATE: 04/16/2008

    Got my RE7s today. Installed them and then realized that i forgot my gauges and 2 valves in Yucca Valley. Damn that 30 mile gap!! I might go and pick them up tomorrow.

    Here it is fully aired up. At least the front only anyways. Also im no done with the wiring so yea it looks like a jungle. It will get fixed tomorrow.











    Last edited by MexInAction; 04-05-2009 at 12:11 AM.
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  14. #44
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    UPDATE: 04/17/2008

    Okay finally done wit plumbing everything. still need to get some more wire loom to finish making the wiring look neat but Auto Zone ran out of it.

    9 inches of lift!!









    Last edited by MexInAction; 03-18-2009 at 09:55 AM.
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  15. #45
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    Last edited by MexInAction; 03-18-2009 at 09:56 AM.
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