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Old 08-04-2015, 10:25 AM   #226
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I poped 5 of those holes in each of my tortion boxes, with the flange pointing downward so nothing would get trapped inside them, they look good also, spaced them out evenly.
Those would be hard to see on mine!

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Ya dash is comming together nicly, I just got a 59 Impala dash that Im widen and getting ready to install,, Evey time I turn around I'm making a change, cut the drip rail off Friday.
I was going with a 59 dash and decided not to because I have a friend building a Blazer and already did it. They look great in Blazers!

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Bummer about the plasma cutter. Sounds like you have already replaced it. I would like to get a plasma and bead roller for my shop too. They are valuable tools when it comes to metal work. Your blazer just keeps getting nicer! Are you going to do all the bodywork / paint too?
Yep, got it replaced same day. Now I am waiting 5 days for the refund to hit my account. IMO they are essential to have......now that I have one! The bead roller came in last night but I won't have a chance to actually bend metal until this weekend. I am helping my friend Ronnie out. We are taking his other 39 Chevy to a few shops for estimates to get some body work and paint done. I guess that answers your other question! I will do all the initial body work and then let a professional fine tune it. The paint will be pricey so I would hate to blow money on mistakes that I could make doing the paint myself. Although, I will be tempting fate and painting something else this year.
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Got in my bead roller, seems like it's well built. I think I got a hernia lifting the little box....... It is made by Woodward Fab and looks legit!
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Got in my bead roller, seems like it's well built. I think I got a hernia lifting the little box....... It is made by Woodward Fab and looks legit!
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Old 08-24-2015, 01:26 PM   #229
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No updates for a reason!! I am secretly building secret stuff and trying to keep it secret. Progress has been moving along and there are a couple of things I can share! One of the things is that I am now sponsored by North Side Powdercoating and my frame will be coated at no cost to me!!! He will benefit from this.....trust me. I have already got him 4 other frames to do. And the pics is the second thing I can share!! I have to admit, this is a very time consuming mod right here. It came out really well on the driver side and the passenger side will be done this weekend. I slapped some bondo on the top and sanded it a little just to see what it would look like , more work will be needed.
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Old 08-24-2015, 01:35 PM   #230
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Secret stuff?

I love what you did to the bed rail, nice touch making it wider and the same width all the way. Your metal skills are coming along very well sir.
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I love what you did to the bed rail, nice touch making it wider and the same width all the way. Your metal skills are coming along very well sir.
I'm just trying to be like you!!! Let's bead roll some stuff for your truck!!!
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I'm just trying to be like you!!! Let's bead roll some stuff for your truck!!!
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I'll be there Friday if you have a chance swing on by. I will be working this time so bring your gloves........
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Looking Good Bud!!
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Looking Good Bud!!
Thank you sir! This one is ALOT more custom. Can't even post pics up as often as I want. To many little things I'm trying to keep under my hat. 😉
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Well, lots of work has been happening but just hate to put pics out there. That is totally killing my build thread!!!
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I'll vouch for the fact that you guys are going to love what he's doing, I don't blame you for not posting pics.
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What did you say you were doing for rear tubs?
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What did you say you were doing for rear tubs?
I have not determined for sure what I'm doing, but it will be clean and classy! Something custom for sure tho!
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😂😂😂 Thanks for vouching for me!
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David,

Save the cut-out portion of your tub. I might be able to use it to repair portions of my bed. Also, early in the post you talk about running the LS3 intake, but then you have LS1 heads shown on the block. The port configurations are totally different and as far as I know are not interchangeable. I'll have to stop by again sometime. Say hello if you see me at Niftee-50ees.

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Alright it's been a month, we need some pics. Even if they're the shop floor you gotta give us something here.
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Save the cut-out portion of your tub. I might be able to use it to repair portions of my bed. Also, early in the post you talk about running the LS3 intake, but then you have LS1 heads shown on the block. The port configurations are totally different and as far as I know are not interchangeable. I'll have to stop by again sometime. Say hello if you see me at Niftee-50ees.

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Alright then, here are a couple of pics I can show. Started digging into the rocker and rust issues. Shaving the pinch weld is not gonna be too bad, I'll add pics soon.

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I purchased a bed side to add to the top of the doors that I cut down. It worked out well and matches the side of the bed.
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I stiffened up the sides with a crossmember and will use this to hold the c-notch cover which will be on actuators to open and close.

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