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Old 07-13-2008
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how much did that bumper set you back? i am looking for something just like that. do you have a website or number where i will be able to order that bumper?
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im going to run the 4.0 in the ground then upgrade that soon after (:
I think the engine will be ' ok ', very under powering for what your doing ( torque wise ) but the Tranny will give out first.
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Old 07-14-2008
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I think the engine will be ' ok ', very under powering for what your doing ( torque wise ) but the Tranny will give out first.
im putting a built 2wd tranny on it and going to divrorce a transfer case but your right it will probably blow so ill have to make the choice to either rebuild or just put something else in it but ill cross that bridge later

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how much did that bumper set you back? i am looking for something just like that. do you have a website or number where i will be able to order that bumper?
i think it was like 650 shipped or something like that
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Old 09-23-2008
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october is coming,i bet you can not wait to be home to finish your ride
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he's been home for like a month LOL
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Old 09-23-2008
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Lets see some progress going on with this thing. Get to work!
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Old 09-24-2008
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haha yea ive been back for a month or so but work as been SO busy that havent worked on it much, but ill get pics this weekend -- waiting on parts to come in from Ballistic fabrications, but yea ill get pics soon!
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Old 09-24-2008
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you better! ..slave
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a month,man i need to catch up with times
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evan im going to be hounding you everyday until i get some pics!!
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I wonder what he's planning :-)
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Old 09-26-2008
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alright new pics time!

I havent had anytime at all since ive been back but it wasn't going to run my 220 for my welder all the way outside in the backyard, so i got my buddy to move it to the driveway which i have 220 in my garage so let the welding begin!

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the bumper was just thrown on there to give a good spot to mount the roll back the wheel lift was placed on the bumper brackets..

now where it wil be sitting until it gets driven out of my driveway

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this is my ranger truggy ahha

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just wanted some more weight back there until i get the bed back on..

tomorrow im going to bust *** on it, waiting for some DOM to get few things put back on..
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Hell yeah! I'm ready to see this bad boy get started!

What kind of drop shackles are those? RCD?
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Old 09-26-2008
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Nice!! Can't wait to see those tires on that thing!!!
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the rear shackles are beltechs

tires are big heavy to throw on the back of the frame too lol
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Awesome man, I'm hoping I can get down there sometime and check it out. I might plan it for when Beard is down there and crash yalls party lol, if thats ok of course.
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Old 09-26-2008
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haha come on down! im going to do my damnest to be in town in march ill act sick so they dont send me to LA lol
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that thing looks awesome, cant wait t see it done!
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Old 09-26-2008
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Kind of off topic but does anyone know when you do the 3/4 ton outers what shafts do you use 3/4 ton shafts or 1/2 ton shafts if you use the 1/2 ton inner shafts and 3/4 ton outer shafts what do you do for u-joints?
Nice build BTW
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Kind of off topic but does anyone know when you do the 3/4 ton outers what shafts do you use 3/4 ton shafts or 1/2 ton shafts if you use the 1/2 ton inner shafts and 3/4 ton outer shafts what do you do for u-joints?
Nice build BTW
All depends on what you started with and what you switched to. There are variations between, Ford, Dodge, Jeep, International, and Chevy outers based on year and model. We need more information to be able to answer the question properly.

This should probably be posted somewhere else so you don't hijack this guy's thread.
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Old 09-26-2008
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awesome. good to see you startn some work!
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Dang Evan it doesnt even look like a truck anymore!
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Old 09-27-2008
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sweet! btw i forgot your measurement, remind me tomorrow night
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Old 09-27-2008
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Even this thing isn't done yet??? WTF? You've been working on it for like a day!!! LOL J/k
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Old 09-28-2008
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glad to see some progress on it when you get done I am gonna have to take a trip down there to check it out
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