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Old 03-31-2008, 06:21 PM   #126 (permalink)
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how'd I forget the damn picture

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Old 03-31-2008, 08:01 PM   #127 (permalink)
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how'd I forget the damn picture

I thought it was my computer
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Old 04-01-2008, 08:54 AM   #128 (permalink)
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OK I spent like 1 minute on this. Looks like you will need to stretch the fender a bit base on those tire sizes

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Old 04-01-2008, 05:38 PM   #129 (permalink)
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Thanks R290, nice trick. I plan to go up 4" and back 4" and section 4" from center. Brandon noted for the section , wish he could have told me sooner it would have happend on the front as well.
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Old 04-03-2008, 02:33 PM   #130 (permalink)
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Thanks R290, nice trick. I plan to go up 4" and back 4" and section 4" from center. Brandon noted for the section , wish he could have told me sooner it would have happend on the front as well.
ha ha, I actually thought you did your work based on my pictures already - so your much more "original" than I thought
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Old 04-03-2008, 05:39 PM   #131 (permalink)
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ha ha, I actually thought you did your work based on my pictures already - so your much more "original" than I thought
Each time we think we are original, all we need to do is go back 30 years. But I do like the section you did , and I do plan to use your idea, so you do deserve the props for it. thanks again. Did you ever get time to lift your body off?
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Old 04-04-2008, 06:07 PM   #132 (permalink)
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nope, finishing an addition on the house still, other than that the only scout work I am doing is Cub Scouts with my son... Scout. Getting close to a stopping point on the house though, and getting ready to get back tow work on the Scout! Err rig that is..
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I got started on the back end, mocha mike had posted some pics, exploded veiws of body panles. I think it was about bulk head config. It was helpfull to see what I was cutting before I was cutting.
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I cut a pie sec. and also folded back the tab on the corner, when you dove tail in you lose over all length. this made up that space.
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I had some 14 gauge already broke in a 90 so it came in handy, then I left it outside til I got the rust to mach.
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Now I need to deal with the Q panle
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looks like some S2 tale lights will fit in there nice, if you're planning on running lights that is.
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that last pic is a quality photo
however you should have taken all that crap out of the truck first.
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looks like some S2 tale lights will fit in there nice, if you're planning on running lights that is.
Maybe the oval sealed trailer type light with led lights and rubber gromet.
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that last pic is a quality photo
however you should have taken all that crap out of the truck first.
You are so right But thanks for taking the pic
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Old 04-08-2008, 06:26 PM   #142 (permalink)
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Newbie question; dose anyone have a year pref for GM steering column? To swap out for the stock one. It looked like snoopy had an 80s type in on one of his builds. I have a 74 just wondering if the newer one is better?
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I think the '74 you have will be fine, I used one from an '87 Chebby. I don't think there is that much difference. Had to enlarge the hole in the dash just a bit ~1/8".

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I think the '74 you have will be fine, I used one from an '87 Chebby. I don't think there is that much difference.
thanks, Did you do anything other than the rag joint?
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*edit...not much difference length wise, rag joint spline count is different. Steering column end should be the same 1"-48spl

Depends on the spline count of the steering box you are using. I'm using all the stock Chevy stuff, I got lucky, and the rag joint from the '87 steering column matched the small 30 spline on the '95 IFS PS box I'm using.

I should have some more pics later this week, I hope to get the PS conversion/GM column swap finished up. The actual GM ignition switch lands right on the firewall and might take some trimming to fit, but for now I'm keeping the dash switch. I'm not planning on using the GM ignition switch. I figure 2 ignition switches should keep would be thieves confused

Mocha Mike swapped in a GM column in his S80 also.

What steering box are you using? Hopefully the rag joint splines match, if not, you can get the appropriately splined ujoint from Speedway motors or Summit, Jegs, etc

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Thanks guidolyoins, I am some what familiar with 3/4 shaft weld ons, from racing days gone buy. Have you ever rebuilt a column ? , shortend , bushings,etc.?
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Can I get a jury of eight ? , Should I put another light in yes/no , if yes clear / red / amber ?
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Old 04-11-2008, 08:33 PM   #148 (permalink)
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I think it looks good.

Are you planning on a back up light?
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Tail light looks good.
Does the light you have do tail light, brake light, and turn all in one?
If so, just add 1 back up light on each side, if not, I would add 2 small round below it in the same center line as the brake light. 1 amber (turn) and 1 clear (back up).
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