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Old 08-20-2008
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I think Im going to pass, I got enough stuff on my plate for now, with this project.
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wow.... you got some work to do still but this things gonna be really ba when your finished. great job so far though!
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Old 10-01-2008
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Old 10-07-2008
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badass
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i have solid works now, but the tutorials are kicking my *** lol
hell thats not solid works my bad

looks good!
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Old 10-07-2008
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Sweet design! this makes me want to work on mine!
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That's gonna be awesome!
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Old 11-22-2008
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General Price list that I have come up with so far.

200 for axle (86 waggy D44)
500 for new outers with highsteer
80 for new calipers
200 for gears
100 for setup of gears
225 for front locker
100 for differential cover
575 for 36" TSL's
200 for Rims
250 for DIY beadlocks
400 for coilovers (helps to get a deal on a new set)
320 for coilover coils
420 for links
100 for steering box
1600 for rear axle (built currie 9")
100 for rear ubolts and plates
250 for misc bolts and metal
400 for new seats (PRP Premier Highbacks)
700 for tube for cage and tube bed (Estimated)

Total 6820 dollars

Thats with out any drive shafts, fuel system, rear shocks, custom exhaust and I still have alot of little nickel and dime stuff left to do.
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bend-tech. Fun little program.

You forgot the years worth of labor on your price list lol.
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Old 11-24-2008
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bend-tech. Fun little program.

You forgot the years worth of labor on your price list lol.
I dont want to even imagine the "labor" price if I were to calculate it. Whats average about 65-75 an hour right?
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bend-tech. Fun little program.

You forgot the years worth of labor on your price list lol.
Yay for Bend-Tech. Program kicks ***. Just wish my fabrication skills was close to my skills with Bend Tech. Haha...
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Old 12-09-2008
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Last time I was home I started to take the dash out. Im hoping to get it out on wed. when I go home.
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Old 12-09-2008
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I wish Bend-tech was free! LOL
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GET THIS DONE NOW
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^^I'm with stupid^^^

All I hear in chat is talking, and no doing... so get it done
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hahah thats why i told him to get it done now. maybe talking about it made him want to start working on it.
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Old 02-25-2009
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Im waiting on the weather. Its still 30 degrees here. I need at least 45 or so to drag my butt out there.
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Yeah i hear ya Andrew, I'm in the same boat. Just as most our snow and cold was starting to leave, it gets below zero a couple days and now tomarrow 6"+ snow expected...
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Old 02-26-2009
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Yeah i hear ya Andrew, I'm in the same boat. Just as most our snow and cold was starting to leave, it gets below zero a couple days and now tomarrow 6"+ snow expected...
It doesnt help that I live in the highest part of town. Depending on the weather it will snow at my house and by the time you get to the end of my road about 3 miles or so its raining.
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Old 02-27-2009
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thats why i love where i live, its never too cold to work here. awesome job with the truck by the way. just a few words of wisdom, dont put too many bends in the cage, try to triangulate 90% of it...... its going to be a lot stronger that way. are you going to put anything in place of the rockers?
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Old 02-28-2009
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Is it gonna be drivable this year?
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Old 03-05-2009
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thats why i love where i live, its never too cold to work here. awesome job with the truck by the way. just a few words of wisdom, dont put too many bends in the cage, try to triangulate 90% of it...... its going to be a lot stronger that way. are you going to put anything in place of the rockers?
2x3 or 2x4 box steel sliders are going where the rockers where.

Its not much of an update, but I needed a set of spacers for the front of the truck to keep my tires from hitting the lower links. I got a good deal on a used set of Spidertrax spacers, they showed up today.

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did you paint it? i never saw those pics...
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did you paint it? i never saw those pics...
Huh? Paint the truck?
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