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Picture update of my lifted '85 Chevy...

hey everyone...its been a while so I thought I'd stop by and say hi and show off what I've been working on...
The specs are in my sig but I got the 3/4 ton swap done...14ff out back and a matching 8 lug 10b front...both w/ 4.10's and open carriers...

check out my Myspace page...I've got two slideshows with some pics of pulling out the axles and such...but if you are anit-myspace here they are below as well :)

Here are some pics from pulling out the rear...
Here are some pics from pulling out the front...

Next on the list are d-shafts (new one for the front and lengthen my current one for the rear...its pulling the slip yoke out a couple inches), tires and tranny.





LMK what you think! :head:

-Avery
 

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got some intact center pins?
 

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got some intact center pins?
Yes sir! haha ok I don't need to go into detail on here but listen up kiddos...please only use the correct grade hardware when doing anything with your vehicles :)
Thats all we need to say.
 

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yeah man, come on, its other people's safety thats and jeopardy here. please let us know you have intact center pins! haha

i love the black steelies on a white truck.
 

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that truck is fucking sick!!!! :rocking:
Let me know where I can send the cheque to
haha trade ya'!

uhh yeah Jeremy they are all replaced. ;)
 

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listen up kiddos...please only use the correct grade hardware when doing anything with your vehicles :)
what? you mean grade 2 carriage bolts wont work for spring pins? :evil:

we're all young and ignorant at one point.:anitoof:
 

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what? you mean grade 2 carriage bolts wont work for spring pins? :evil:

we're all young and ignorant at one point.:anitoof:
no buddy...they won't :(

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there ya' happy? :) Now that we have that out of the way...lets move on! haha


heck yeah Matt...I love the wide look as well....those are 38.5/16-15...had to grind the front calipers for the 15's to fit but I love them.
 

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more random pics...
Oh btw they are in reverse order of when stuff was done...


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Your shocks are upside down. You figure it out, they will ride like ass with upside down twin tubes
 

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Your shocks are upside down. You figure it out, they will ride like ass with upside down twin tubes
haha yeah we already knew that...they are empty so it doesn't really make a difference at this point. I'm ordering new ones which will go on there correctly. ;)
 

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Noice..... good looking truck. nice setup
 

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Noice..... good looking truck. nice setup
Thanks...do you guys have any suggestions? Ck5 suggested that I hit up the eBay store from Superlift and order replacements that are designed for my 8" Superlift kit.
Any other suggestions?

-Avery
 

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BLing ass bilsteins imo

haha I don't think so man....besides the $$$ factor they don't really fit my style or needs. Are Ranchos worth it or should I just order some replacements from Superlift like the guys said earlier?
 
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