Ya I wanted to keep it in the 2wd s-10 frame. I think it makes it a little more unique that way. Also the frame is lighter and probably a little stronger than the crack prone FS frame. It wasn't too hard to do, took a little time (3-months) and a little money, I had $800 into it when I first got it together including the cost of the axles, driveline, tires, and rims. I have since tripled that with better trans/tranfer, gears, and locker though.SUPER S Did you sling those axles under the factory 2wd frame or did you put the S-15 body on a fullsize frame?
The front clip was a 10" extension , Hence, needed the room for the big block and 4 core rad.Originally posted by Super S:
White Knight- nice set-up. I like the front fender strech, good idea. Too bad you missed TTC '01. Are you going to try again?One of my friends got to go this year, he had a good time.</STRONG>
Ya. It was Eric O'Sullivan, white 77' Ford. If you look in the mag at his truck he has a Higher Class sticker across the windshield. I'm the pres. of the club.Did your friend compete? If so, which one was he?