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    nice progress
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbee View Post
    Amazing. Cant wait for more progress.

    On a side not, after seeing that pic of the back of the jimmy cut by itself, i think somone needs to get one of those and put a hitch on it and use it when going to shows....u always see truck beds, backs of old hot rods, ect. no jimmy's! :)

    Use it for storage, run the wiring back and have a killer A/V setup, omg possibilities are endless, but back to the sweet jimmy project.

    He plans on doing that too. Pretty much JUST what you said. Thats why hes doing a new frame under the back half of the new cab. the old frame is going to stay bolted on the cut off back half. He already has the 3-link and bags. Now his trailer can lay frame too.

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    awsome, now i really wanna see it get done. :)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Superbee View Post
    Amazing. Cant wait for more progress.

    On a side not, after seeing that pic of the back of the jimmy cut by itself, i think somone needs to get one of those and put a hitch on it and use it when going to shows....u always see truck beds, backs of old hot rods, ect. no jimmy's! :)

    Use it for storage, run the wiring back and have a killer A/V setup, omg possibilities are endless, but back to the sweet jimmy project.
    Thats the plan....no sense in wasting a good rear end and set of doors....I want to find a wrecked ext cab s-10 and weld it to the rear that i cut off and still have thhe doors on it and seats in it. Can you imagine cruzing at a show with guys in the trailer and what would be really cool is the s-10 rear window that would roll down in front of you. But that is the last thing im going to worry about right now.
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    Question for the guys that put the 2 door blazer gas tank in your 4 door. I had my original tank modified in order for it to lay on the 22's. But I noticed on the 2 door tank that I have doesn't have the black plastic breather on it like my 4 door tank does on top....How did you get around that?

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    Update 12-12-07

    Got some more pics...And won a few items from a local guy on ebay...Check out the white tailgate that I got for .99 and no pic, but its in front of the Jimmy, a 2 door rear hatch for $24.99 only had to drive 15 mins. Can't beat that deal.


    Check out all the room between the seats. I'm 6'8" and the drivers seat is all the way back. And when I sit in the back seat there is about 18" between my knees and the back of the front seat.


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    damn thats looking sweet. that looks a lot easier then the one im going to do on my 1st gen. that dual window on the 1/4 looks weird, it will prolly look better when its done though.
    Last edited by bagoblazer; 12-12-2007 at 08:26 PM.

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    dam man your making good progress
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    Coming along great man

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    looks alot better lined up.
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    looks good man
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    Oh man that is commion along NICE!! im lovin it!

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    This is quite possibly one of the sickest, most original 2nd gen projects I've seen. Keep up the work.
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    awesome.. so how much longer is this then a 4 door?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatfarmer2 View Post
    awesome.. so how much longer is this then a 4 door?
    2 feet longer. The rear seats will be mounted where the rear passengers of a 2 door would normally put their feet. I will have to remake the floor because that is the only thing that doesn't line up....plus I want it to be flat. Looking to get some Trailblazer buckets for the rear, since they have the seatbelt built into the seat.

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