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Old 07-09-2015, 02:50 AM   #4101 (permalink)
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This thing is just bad!
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This thing is just bad!
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I'm pretty fond of it myself
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Old 07-14-2015, 01:52 AM   #4104 (permalink)
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AIRBORNE!!!!!
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Old 07-25-2015, 01:43 PM   #4105 (permalink)
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I posted pics of mine multiple pages back, but changed some things up now. Specs are listed as follows:

1986 K5
Stock TBI350 out of 89 K5
Stock 700r4 rebuilt out of 89 K5
NP241 with SYE
Tons, locked f/r, 4.56's
52's front, 56's rear (EZ inches f/r)
44x18x16.5 Boggers on TWF re-centered 12-bolt H1's
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Old 08-14-2015, 01:20 AM   #4106 (permalink)
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Old 08-14-2015, 01:31 AM   #4108 (permalink)
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But anyhow... That's my current ride! 77 k10 full frame off restored a few years back, has TPI out of a 85 Z28! Unfortunately that year only came in 305 5.0 liter! Vetts were the only 350s. Still gets it though!!! Selling that unfortunately I guess. No room and just pulled in a big A Burban that I'm doing to replace it..
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Old 08-27-2015, 12:07 PM   #4109 (permalink)
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Here is a pic of my truck. I am almost done with the front suspension. I've been working on the hydro assist. Just waiting for the steering box, its at the machinist. .
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Old 08-27-2015, 12:22 PM   #4110 (permalink)
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Any more pics or a build thread?

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Old 08-27-2015, 03:36 PM   #4111 (permalink)
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Any more pics or a build thread?

BADASS!
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No build thread

6.2 diesel, 700-R4, NP208, Dana 60, 14 bolt, '07-ish Chevy leather seats,
Front lift springs, crossover steering, home-brew rear shackle flip, 37" hummer tires

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Old 08-28-2015, 05:50 AM   #4113 (permalink)
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05 Silverado 1500, sas with a Dana 50, crossover steering, roughly 10" lift with 37's.
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Still not 100% but took it out over the weekend anyhow, truck worked awesome considering it's the first time out of the shop since the fire/rebuild
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Old 09-03-2015, 12:37 PM   #4115 (permalink)
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Old 09-12-2015, 08:11 PM   #4116 (permalink)
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This is mine. '71 GMC with 5.3 swap. In this pic it has a 14 bolt rear with a Grizzly locker and the front was a Dana 60 with an ARB. 5.38s and 40's as well. It's currently getting a Torq 14 up front with 40 spline shafts and ARB. Along with a 3-link and coilovers! Can't wait to get it going again. I'm gunna set up a build thread for it too. New to this! Haha
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This is mine. '71 GMC with 5.3 swap. In this pic it has a 14 bolt rear with a Grizzly locker and the front was a Dana 60 with an ARB. 5.38s and 40's as well. It's currently getting a Torq 14 up front with 40 spline shafts and ARB. Along with a 3-link and coilovers! Can't wait to get it going again. I'm gunna set up a build thread for it too. New to this! Haha
Its different then Instagram thats for sure lol.
I still like this truck lol
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Old 09-12-2015, 09:05 PM   #4118 (permalink)
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Finally got my too slow build out on the trail. I've got a couple of bugs to fix but overall it did very well for its first outing.

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Old 09-18-2015, 11:35 PM   #4119 (permalink)
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Kay how you liking the tires? I had to upgrade to Reids, I broke a knuckle, and running drive flanges with all chromo shafts, broke a hub too. It takes a beating though lol. They are great on the rocks.

TBI 350, TH400/ORD Magnum box/np205/60/14/alcans front/FOA 16" CO rear.H1's with 44" x18" skinny boggers.

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A color change from last time , now running 1996 bbc , th 400 ,205 4:56 gears electric locker front , 40" tires working on a 100 shot of nos ,sporting an altitude meter to chase the snow . All 1410 driveline's ,working on a proto type 42 degree 1410 c/v that will drive down the freeway.
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Kay how you liking the tires? I had to upgrade to Reids, I broke a knuckle, and running drive flanges with all chromo shafts, broke a hub too. It takes a beating though lol. They are great on the rocks.

TBI 350, TH400/ORD Magnum box/np205/60/14/alcans front/FOA 16" CO rear.H1's with 44" x18" skinny boggers.
Looks freaking sick on the boggers dude!! . I am loving the boggers so far. Just spent 6 days in moab with them. They took a couple trails to break in, but once I put them at 5 psi they started to work a lot better. Obvisously moab is not where boggers shine, but I am loving them so far. I have not broke anything yet (looks like you beat on yours a little harder than mine though...mine is just a trail truck), but I have my tie rod in the stock location which should help the stock knuckles last longer, and I already had 35 splines with drive flanges before I got the tires. I will see how long the shafts last before upgrading to chromo's, but so far it's been all good. I have been very happy with the boggers so far. How have you liked them?
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Old 09-22-2015, 06:47 PM   #4122 (permalink)
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This is mine. '71 GMC with 5.3 swap. In this pic it has a 14 bolt rear with a Grizzly locker and the front was a Dana 60 with an ARB. 5.38s and 40's as well. It's currently getting a Torq 14 up front with 40 spline shafts and ARB. Along with a 3-link and coilovers! Can't wait to get it going again. I'm gunna set up a build thread for it too. New to this! Haha
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Looks freaking sick on the boggers dude!! . I am loving the boggers so far. Just spent 6 days in moab with them. They took a couple trails to break in, but once I put them at 5 psi they started to work a lot better. Obvisously moab is not where boggers shine, but I am loving them so far. I have not broke anything yet (looks like you beat on yours a little harder than mine though...mine is just a trail truck), but I have my tie rod in the stock location which should help the stock knuckles last longer, and I already had 35 splines with drive flanges before I got the tires. I will see how long the shafts last before upgrading to chromo's, but so far it's been all good. I have been very happy with the boggers so far. How have you liked them?
Dude I gotta say they are awesome. I found anything more than 4-5psi up front and 2psi I'm rear (I'm really light back there) and they are too stiff. They will still work OK, but to really get the most out of them you need to go really low. I'm gonna beat them bad this weekend at a rock crawling competition so we'll see how they so. May run them a little higher to protect my sidewalls since its a timed course and I'm gonna hit shit way harder than I do on the trail. But I like how tal they are. Next to !y buddies 43sx's they look enormous. For the price definitely a good buy.
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Dude I gotta say they are awesome. I found anything more than 4-5psi up front and 2psi I'm rear (I'm really light back there) and they are too stiff. They will still work OK, but to really get the most out of them you need to go really low. I'm gonna beat them bad this weekend at a rock crawling competition so we'll see how they so. May run them a little higher to protect my sidewalls since its a timed course and I'm gonna hit shit way harder than I do on the trail. But I like how tal they are. Next to !y buddies 43sx's they look enormous. For the price definitely a good buy.
True that. Once I dropped mine to 5 psi (my rig is a bit heavier than yours being a full bodied rig still) they really started to work a heck of a lot better. Just like you said....for what we paid for them, I freaking love them!!! Let me know how they do in your comp this weekend
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