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Old 12-17-2007
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Originally Posted by Gearhead61
I saw that first picture and thought you'd be linking the rear for better take-offs, but I like the idea you're going with even better!
That is what I originally thought as well... Dialup owns me until Jan 10th
 
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Wow Nick. Didn't see this coming.

Let me know when you have some free time, I want to come see it.
 
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Originally Posted by Cape Fear
Wow Nick. Didn't see this coming.

Let me know when you have some free time, I want to come see it.
Im headin to the shop right now... Im usually there until 12 or 1 am... Anytime you have free time, hit me up..
 
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lookin good man.

i love the IRS. more accurately, im probly slightly addicted to it. i had the MN12 unit under my old 89 turboranger that you saw the pics of, and i currently have a 99-04 cobra IRS under my 87 tbird.

anytime you wanna talk IRS, jus lemme know
 
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I'm very impressed Nick, nice work as always!

I'm proud to rock that pdpracing sticker on the back of my truck any day!

Brenton
 
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Originally Posted by EdGe_wannabe
I'm very impressed Nick, nice work as always!

I'm proud to rock that pdpracing sticker on the back of my truck any day!

Brenton

Thank you!

Thanks to everyone!!! I wish I could get caught up on work so I could do some more stuff to it... Work pays for the truck stuff, so I guess thats priority.
 
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man that is some very well thought out and clean fab work,hats off to you nick,great job
 
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Looks Like Crap! I could do a better job with my eyes closed.....





J/K Looks good Nick, can't wait to see the finished product
 
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Originally Posted by firefighterjosh
Looks Like Crap! I could do a better job with my eyes closed.....





J/K Looks good Nick, can't wait to see the finished product


You what? Like to see homos naked???
 
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Originally Posted by NicksterSVT
My name is nick and I Like to see homos naked!

Say what?
 
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Originally Posted by firefighterjosh
Say what?

haha, ur mom goes to college
 
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Originally Posted by NicksterSVT
haha, ur mom goes to college
Your mom is her study buddy
 
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Holy **** great work man!! Any particular reason you decided against boxin in the rear frame area before adding the crossmembers?
 
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Originally Posted by stRanger
Holy **** great work man!! Any particular reason you decided against boxin in the rear frame area before adding the crossmembers?

Im still not finished with it, there will be more stuff added to the frame before its all said and done.
 
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looks good nick..cant wait to see it done..

great start..

im looking forward to riding in it to see how soft it is compared to an 8.8
 
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the 1st Touring Ranger, that rear setup looks awesome!!!
 
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great work man, nice and clean. Cant wait to see more progress pics
 
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Originally Posted by 07SPORT
the 1st Touring Ranger, that rear setup looks awesome!!!

maybe first on this site


looks good so far, looking forward to seeing it finished
 
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freakin sweet setup man!
 
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This is the one of the most original mods I've ever seen. You never cease to amaze us.
 
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so... this will probably be finished by the weekend, right?



lol.. nice work Nick. i love seeing your progress pics on different projects
 
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If the front suspension works well and the CVs or calipers dont hit the lower coil mount this would be a good solution for some guys with 4wd trucks that want coil overs in the front not Tbars.
 
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maybe i missed it, but what is that rear end out of?
 
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Originally Posted by NicksterSVT
MN12 IRS. Found in Lincoln Mark VIIIs and Newer model T-Birds.


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