07C ccsb bagging on 26's

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  1. Tukn4s

    Tukn4s I likez Suspensionz

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    Started the next build today with the intimidator being completed last week. Just got the truck opened up to get it ready to be cut on

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    07C 4.8l ccsb Silverado
    Bagged on 26's
    Using unparalleled customs front kit
    Nfamus 3 link
    York 210 EDC
    Two 8 gallon tanks
    2 piece driveshaft
    Relay box and computer relocated into cab.

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    i cant wait to see this on the ground, gonna look good. what kind of 26s they have picked out?
     
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    He's going to be running an old set of 26's I have that was used on the Avalanche I built. They will just be temporary until he gets billets
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    Just trying to make some room to work

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    slonlow2000 Bought not Built

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    I want this truck...
     
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    Will be cutting this out more still
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    When doing a build like this, does the wheel tub impact foot room inside the cab, and will you have to relocate the brake pedal/booster?
     
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    This is going to be fun to watch.
     
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    it will not effect he brake pedal or booster, you do lose the parking brake pedal. Unless you shove your feet way up under the dash, it won;t feel like you lose any room
     
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    slonlow2000 Bought not Built

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    Do you normally delete the e-brake setup on the trucks you do? I have mine up in the air now to pull the trans and was looking at all the lines that could be removed if I ditched it. Would def clean the rear axle area up.
     
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    Yeah, I always remove it. It's not required in Kentucky. I just tell them to lay it out if they think they're in a position to need ebrake.
     
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    Do you take off the rear rotor and pull the guts or just the lines, release handle, and pedal?
     
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    I remove every part of the ebrake, bands and all.
     
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    what size wheels are you setting up for with the 26s? and do you make your own firewall tubs or get something from like tractor supply?
     
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    it is being set up 295/30r26 (33" OD 11.61" wide) I make my own for the firewall tubs. you can use the trailer fenders for the arch but I try to clear for turning as well so the sides won't go straight down.
     
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    That's a good idea removing the parking brake, pretty much useless too, as my truck can drive right though it easily. Going to follow along for some ideas on bagging a classic truck when the time comes.
     
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    Sounds dope. When you relocate the fuse box and relays where do you put them inside the cab?

    I've always wondered wtf the slammed guys did with those boxes never realized they relocated em. Not that I'll ever need the information I'm just really curious is all.
     

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