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Old 06-29-2009, 09:46 PM   #237 (permalink)
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Join Date: Oct 2007
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Location: Boise, Idaho
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Here's my 62.

2004 LQ4 6.0 engine (Drive by Wire)
Howell custom engine harness and H.O. computer (400HP / 480TQ)
Dual HushPower Flow Master mufflers
4L60E 4 speed automatic / high performance
241 w/JB Conversions SYE
Cruise control
Tilt column
Hydroboost 4 wheel disc brakes
Black power leather seats & center console
Delay wipers
Air conditioning
Custom dash
AutoMeter Gauges
Power windows
Custom built 1 piece rear lift gate
Yellow top Optima battery
HP Dana 60 front with Detroit and 4.56 gears, 35 spline Superior Evolution inner and outer front axles with Yukon Super Joints, 35 spline Warn locking hubs, Ballistic Fab high steer arms, 1 1/2" .250 wall tie rod and drag link with rod ends
Custom American Vintage 4x4 Dana 60, Detroit and 4.56 gears, 35 spline dual spline 300M axles, Dana 60 front spindles/hubs, Warn 35 splin3 locking hubs
41x14.50x17 IROK Radials on Mickey Thompson 17x9 Alloy wheels
BDS Wrangler front and XJ rear springs
Tom Woods driveshafts
On board air
Ready Welder II
12 volt cooler
8274-50 Warn winch
iPod Stereo
Boss marine speakers
Hella headlights
LED tail lights
Glued in dark black tinted glass all the way around. No rubber on windows cuz it sucks
Completely rust free body / dipped in acid and phosphorous and sprayed with DP90 epoxy primer
Interior and underneath sprayed with Vortex bed liner

Photos of first trial run on 35's:

New pile-o-parts ready to go in...


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