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It is not the soup kitchen but for the first real trip since I put it back together it worked OK. Nothing broke except a body mount <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> .
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Originally posted by Ghetto Fab.:
<STRONG>Awesome Gordon! Glad to see you finaly got it done! Are you gonna bring it to holister for veterans day?

Kev</STRONG>
Plannin' on it. Hollister is why I finally narrowed it. I was thinking about doing it and then in the tank trap I kept sliding into the wall on the left and getting hung up. Marvin's jeep with about the same width axles and a narrower body took the same lines and walked right through. Some of the lines I took yesterday the wider body would have hit hard enough to stop forward progress. There were also 2 times I would have destroyed a windshield frame if I had had one on and the cage didn't go outside the windshield. I am pretty happ with it. The amount of work was less than you would imagine, most of the time was in cleaning stuff and relocating parts that didn't fit anymore. The cutting and welding was fast and easy.
 

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veeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrryyyyyyyyyy nice gordon, lookin foward to sing it on veterans wekend.
 

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tub is narrowed 8 inches also bobbed 8 inches. The grill is narrowed 13 inches and the fenders taper in to that. this gives way better visibility of what the front tires are going to climb.
 

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I like it gordon <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

Where is that?

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the pictures don't do it any justice. I was there adn it was amazing! Good job Gordon.
 

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Very nice, well done work. Glad to see that you like the results.

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