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damn i miss my old bagged 93
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Really starting to come together now huh! Looks great. Keep up the good work TS
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looking great. love this build
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moar pics!
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What size dump valves you go with? That's fast
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I ran SMC 3/8 valves. Since that video I have made reducers to slow the dumps down. I also have shocks on it now. It's much softer.
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Heres some updates...
I bought an air cleaner to match the valve covers, a Lokar dipstick, and polished alum spark plug wire keepers. I also had to buy a set of cut to fit plug wires because they were too short once the keepers were on.






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So I've been sanding the truck in preparation for the paint. I made some dissappointing finds..





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it's got leprosey!
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I cut down a new cab corner and traced it out. Cut out the old and welded in the new.






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I finally received my new alum pop up gas cap from Hong Kong. Lol



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My fuel filler has been holding me up forever. I finally decided (as I was loading the bed to take to the paint shop) that I wanted to change it up. Too much involved with mounting and plumbing the cap on the side of the box. I couldn't just cut a hole in the bed floor because the fuel filler on my cell sits directly under the suppoort brace of the bed. So I bought a extended filler neck that had a 45* angle. I'll still have to figure out a way to plumb the neck to the cap but it shouldn't be too hard. Today I modified the bed floor for the fuel cap.







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I finally received my new alum pop up gas cap from Hong Kong. Lol



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that's awsome. the only thing i would have done would have been to make the runners near the fuel filler match when the runner reaches the wall. so it's not a 90 degree drop off, it's the 45 degree so the whole bed is uniform.

either way, that is some bad @$$ skills and you should be proud.
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that's awsome. the only thing i would have done would have been to make the runners near the fuel filler match when the runner reaches the wall. so it's not a 90 degree drop off, it's the 45 degree so the whole bed is uniform.

either way, that is some bad @$$ skills and you should be proud.
whut? you confuse like...


look sick, i want.... keep up sik look
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on the floor, where the raised portion meets the filler. make it angled so it matches and makes it look like the filler is not interupting the raised portion of the floor.
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Well I was gunna cut that raised rib out including the tapered end. Then I'd cut a few inches out and weld it back in leaving an area for the cap behind it. But I just didn't have time. This was a rushed decision that was made as the bed was being loaded onto the trailer to go to the body shop for paint! The truck's already there.
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nice! it's looking good, keep up the good work man!
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that looks so awesome man! I'm doing the same project, got an '87 that I'm gonna bag, and doing a 5.0 swap, and the gas cap setup you did is badass!
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A little progress...





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man that is gonna be clean!
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