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Old 06-13-2018, 11:44 PM   #1
tuff enuff
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New dude from atl

Whats up all my C10 friends? I've been scoping this sight out for a couple of months and have obtained tons of knowledge, just wanted to say thanks. This is my 1970 everyday driver.. 4/7 drop no notch , 15x8 rallys with 255/60/15 meats, adjustable POL panhard, 1965 327 4 spd. w/''Fuelie'' heads ,mild cam ,dynomax ultraflo mufflers. The drop is western chassis 4/6 springs and 1'' blocks. I fabbed up some shock relocators and a weld in pipe notch only to find out I didn't need them. The ride height in the front is 10'' so i used a maxtrac 1200LL-0/ mxt that extends to 12'' and collapse to 7.8'', The rear ride height is 12'' so I used a DJM-1700 that extends to 17.5 and collapse to 10''. No bounce and smooth ride , I haul Harleys in the back of this truck and have not once bottomed out. again this is a GREAT forum and THANKS!!!!
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Old 06-13-2018, 11:56 PM   #2
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Re: New dude from atl

Nice Truck you have there.
84 Chevy K-10
63 Impala (my high school car) Cab Build
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