Hey! You were spose to call me fuckstick! :flipoff2: Lookin good.... have a :beer: and a :smokin:Bones said:Well, here it is sittin' in the driveway finally. I need to get my TR shortened on Monday if I can find a place with a tap. Minor deal really. Just happy to move it
Gotta do some clean up to the rockers panels and add some roll on bedline to "cover up" a few things. then the "tested" sliders will go on. ThanksJackA said:Looks good.................but where's the "tested" AllPro sliderz?
Thanks, not at the moment, but I change my mind dailynice runner! wanna trade the sv for the supermotard???
I would have if the TR was the right lentgh but I think I can have it cut down and tapped locally if Scott is too busy to get one out this week? I do need some help bleeding the brakes if you wanna swing by some night this week? I have the day off todayHey! You were spose to call me fuckstick!
Ah, so it DOES end up rubbing and reducing steering a bit!Bones said:Hmmmm seeing ho I DID help FlatTaco with his and once the steering stops are set, no rubbage
I hear ya Erik, Like I said a full size Chevy would have been a better donor and had it cut down like you did. BTW, since you are at 27" how do you plan to do the thru-the-frame shackle hanger?ErikB said:So I guess what I'm trying to point out to others who follow you is, stick with the stock Toy width perches or you else you'll lose one of the benefits of the 44!
(I believe DSI modified his 61" Waggy axle to keep the 29" perch width... so it can be done with some work)
i thought he used a wagoneer cut down to 59, 29" perches, but now has something wider, like 63" or so. thats what it looks like in that pic.....reguardless you'll be aiight i think. get us some action shots soon tho....bradBones said:
DSI just cut down the long side 3" to retain the 29" perches if I remember correctly. Maybe he cam chime in.