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Old 02-02-2018, 10:40 AM   #1551
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Took a little time off work. Back to normal speed, now...

Must. Resist. Urge. To. Start. New. Project.
Sure..... That would be cool. But buying all the new parts required would take away from the current truck project.

If only you have some extra dropped C10 parts
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Photoshop look is really cool....gotta make 'er happen. ...just saying!
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:02 AM   #1553
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Damn! That looks GOOD!
I know, right?! I was on the fence pre-chop. Now Im sold
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I like it both ways, the 2wd does look great.
4wd rides like poop. And unlike the highlander, I dont have to feel guilty about cutting this one up

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Im with you. Stealing your wheel idea, too. Happy with your VN515s?
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Sure..... That would be cool. But buying all the new parts required would take away from the current truck project.

If only you have some extra dropped C10 parts
Thankfully, I have a big pile of pretty nice parts just laying around doing nothing. The monetary outlay should be negligible, but the time is what I really will miss.
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Well, I placed an order with Polites Deadend Garage yesterday, so look for a new How to: Ruin thread coming soon
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Old 02-03-2018, 10:13 AM   #1554
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Old 02-03-2018, 11:00 AM   #1555
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Re: How to: Ruin a perfectly good C10

Blazer thread here: How To: Ruin a Perfectly Good 4wd
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Old 02-05-2018, 10:43 PM   #1556
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Old 02-06-2018, 01:01 AM   #1557
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Thanks! Got a little more work in tonight. Finished roughing-in the body work on the firewall and laid a coat of epoxy primer to protect it while I finish mock-up. Next up, stabbing the drivetrain
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Re: How to: Ruin a perfectly good C10

Looks B-E-A-Utimus!
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Old 02-06-2018, 04:07 PM   #1559
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Don't let this one slip through the cracks now that you've got a blazer build going. I want to see this one finished! Not saying you won't finish it, I just know how a lot of us get when we get a new project. (myself included)
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Looks B-E-A-Utimus!
Thanks! Its pretty decent; will fine tune it later
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Don't let this one slip through the cracks now that you've got a blazer build going. I want to see this one finished! Not saying you won't finish it, I just know how a lot of us get when we get a new project. (myself included)
Yeah, well see how quickly that one can get neutered. Its using a separate budget, but potentially borrowing a few parts from the truck... Ill try to keep them both moving, but the Blazer should be simple in comparison
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the Blazer should be simple in comparison
SHOULD being the key word there.... Good luck!
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Looks good...
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Awesome work on the firewall Chris!
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SHOULD being the key word there.... Good luck!
Thanks, Im sure Ill need it
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I picked up a somewhat questionable 4L60E locally, which allows me to use the 700R4 in the Blazer. It also gives me the opportunity to mock-up the drivetrain, which showed me a few things right off the bat: 1) the driver header fits like a dream, 2) the passenger header will not fit at all, 3) the a/c compressor will not mount low like I wanted, and 4) this looks badass
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Yep, it does look good!

Does ac compressor get into the engine mount? Or too tight in the frame?
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Yep, it does look good!

Does ac compressor get into the engine mount? Or too tight in the frame?
With the Sanden 508 compressor, and LS adapter plates (I foolishly ordered SBC mounts when I bought the dropmember), it interferes in both areas. I think the answer is to get the correct engine mounts from PB and use the smaller SD7 compressor, which is shorter and has better locations for the ports. It’s that, or top mount the compressor

I’m thinking I may get the passenger header to work by cutting off and re-fitting the head flange. It fits great, other than hitting the coil over mount...
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Looks good Chris!
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Looking good Chris, I was going to ask what the problem was with the passenger side header but you answered it already! You plan on trying to modify it or are you going to go with something else? These are the speedway engineering headers, correct? How’s the clearance look with the steering shaft on the driver side header?
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With the Sanden 508 compressor, and LS adapter plates (I foolishly ordered SBC mounts when I bought the dropmember), it interferes in both areas. I think the answer is to get the correct engine mounts from PB and use the smaller SD7 compressor, which is shorter and has better locations for the ports. Its that, or top mount the compressor

Im thinking I may get the passenger header to work by cutting off and re-fitting the head flange. It fits great, other than hitting the coil over mount...
The 2010+ Camaro headers work great....just sayin'.....
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I'm running the dirty dingo low compressor mount with my SD7 compressor. Plenty of compressor for a single cab. Just sayin'

Oh, and I'm not sure about the dropmember, but the Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers for LS swaps fit great in my 71.
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Looks good Chris!
Thanks, one step forward, two steps back
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Looking good Chris, I was going to ask what the problem was with the passenger side header but you answered it already! You plan on trying to modify it or are you going to go with something else? These are the speedway engineering headers, correct? Hows the clearance look with the steering shaft on the driver side header?
Yup, Speed Engineering. Not sure what Ill do with them at this point. I think I could re-flange it and get it to fit, just not sure what it would do to plug wire clearance. Steering shaft clearance pics below, plenty of space
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I'm running the dirty dingo low compressor mount with my SD7 compressor. Plenty of compressor for a single cab. Just sayin'

Oh, and I'm not sure about the dropmember, but the Doug Thorley Tri-Y headers for LS swaps fit great in my 71.
The DD setup does look like the right option, its just $350 I wasnt planning on spending...

Im also looking at other header options, the DTs are nice. Gonna chew on this for a bit
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I have some info on the Holley low mount in this thread, it's another option.

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Sometimes you just gotta say screw it and start cutting
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Hung some body parts and set her on the ground. I foresee potential problems with speed bumps
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