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so much info.. So today, we're dumping the rest of the slow parts and adding a looser torque convertor, steeper rear end gears and a trans-brake so we can go back to the track Then one of the very best metal crafters ever, Ron Covell, stops by the shop to teach us how to make our own handmade and very unique air intake for HRT. The first round of parts to show up, we're still waiting on most of the suspension We're hoping to get everything done by the end of March. have a peek here
Rolling Thunder Part 19 - At the Track Season 15, Episode 17 — Original Airdate 10/19/2013 The day has finally come! My longhorn has leafs in the back (as do all longhorns) plus being a one ton, it gets the 7 leaf springs... Take the truck all over. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]iowamechanic30 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(0 children)A vintage daily driver is more than likely going to be high maintenance whether you do the work yourself or not.
So the parts plan so far is: 5.3L and 6L80e out of a 2011 Tahoe with a BTR Stage 1 cam, DOD delete, and VVT delete Air ride with e-level control, Rolling Thunder Part 3: Under Hood Details Season 12, Episode 05 — Original Airdate 5/22/2010 Now that our 4.6 liter V-8 fits between the frame rails of Project Rolling Thunder, we've Look up no limits or ride tech if you want to see a c10 destroy some muscle cars with minor suspension mods. Seeing the rear wheels on and rear end mocked up today really got me excited about getting this done. 02-19-2014,10:57 PM #54 Hobbes View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries
Season 15, Episode 02 — Original Airdate 3/16/2013 Today, we're firing up our supercharged 4.6 "Aluminator" engine for the first time and we're going to show you how to find the All Rights Reserved. Season 13, Episode 13 — Original Airdate 11/12/2011 Trucks! http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2757132/ The wheels may look funny on there, they'll be tucked in too far.
in the mid 60s most trucks got decent braking systems.. if you get this right.. My reasoning is, I could see the older trucks simplicity making it cheaper and more reliable if I pick up one with a rebuilt or newer motor. I have no intention of messing with it once I buy it and am not worried about fuel mileage.
MuscleTrux Part 5 Season 10, Episode 13 — Original Airdate 8/30/2008 Ryan returns fire as his 1990 Chevy 454 SS also gets dropped down into the weeds with its very own http://www.tv.com/shows/trucks/daily-driver-c-10-part-8-final-details-1577106/ The newest vehicle I have used as a daily driver in the last 18 years was my 1974 C10 SWB. Cheep Cherokee Part 8: Final Payoff Season 11, Episode 19 — Original Airdate 1/16/2010 We're taking our finished Cheep Cherokee to Kentucky's Black Mountain Off Road Park to see what it In fact, we're spending so little on this project we're calling it our "Cheep Cherokee".
Be sure to post only one vehicle/problem/incident per thread, and only post once. http://bestmatchcomputers.com/daily-driver/daily-driver-hot-rod.html Then, we're taking it to the drag strip for a real world test! 2006 GMC Shift Improvements & Rolling Thunder Paint! After everything is smoothed out hopefully this summer we'll go to a single plane (probably Victor Jr), throttle body adapter, and an old school round air filter. The gearing described in that add may be a typo...if not, then that is an awsome gear to have in there.
That’s what it’s all about isn’t it?!With that said, I’ve got a couple neat stories coming up that I think anybody with a classic truck will appreciate when it comes to Join Date Feb 2004 Location Colorado Posts 24,422 vCash 1867 Originally Posted by Fastpace Haha sorry about that, last night as a long night of drinking(hence the 4:30 am post) and You can get a vintage air bracket for cheaper, but I really liked the factory look of the holley brackets. Check This Out missing trim on bed means removing trim on cab, means filling holes, means time & money.
Our 1966 C-10 finally hits the road for a long awaited payoff. with a sheetmetal transformation! We're wedging in a 600 plus horsepower supercharged small block that'll be backed up by one of the toughest transmissions around to get us closer to making our first trip down
Being able to once again work on my daily driver, making constant improvements both aesthetically and mechanically, is pretty self gratifying.
- Join Date Feb 2004 Location Colorado Posts 24,422 vCash 1867 Originally Posted by Fastpace What else would it need to be good on a roadcourse?
- I have a supercharged 350 and a granny 3 speed and get around 18mpg with no reliability issues Posted via Mobile Device I'd like to here more on this set up.
- adds nitrous to a lowered 2006 GMC Sierra and shows how to make a few custom paint mods on the cheap.
- I agree with all that was said. "Ready for Paint" is the only thing that catches my eye.
- Catch all the action on this episode of Trucks!
- Project Old Skool hits the streets as we finally get to take our newly re-born hot rod truck out and show it off. '53 Ford F-100 "Old Skool" A classic 1953
- still not hard to do..
Drive it until she gets her career going then once we get there I can start tearing into it... All posts without this information may be subject to being deleted. 3b) Any off topic posts must be flagged [Meta], [N/A], or similar. 4) Spam/Self-Promotion/Improper Linking. Trucks! Classic Heartbeat Forums > Classic 67-72 Chevy/GMC Truck Message Board C20 vs.
Not only for the amount of elbow grease and knuckle blood I’ve shed getting it to this point, but also the fact that it’s even possible to take an essentially dilapidated It is considered rude to ask, “Is the shop trying to fleece me?” “Am I getting Ripped Off?” or similar. many are threaded into the metering block just like a main jet. http://bestmatchcomputers.com/daily-driver/daily-driver-car.html When i retired (LOL), I decided basically the same thing.
Then you're going to need brackets, you can either go with some flat laser/waterjet cut ones from Vintage air to adapt to whatever motor you want, or you can do like We'll also add and new radiator, carpet and a new bench seat worthy of Old Skool. texas summers can get pretty bad.. C10 for Daily Driver.
how many hairs on your head.. The 1947 - Present Chevrolet & GMC Truck Message Board Network > 47 - Current classic GM Trucks > The 1967 - 1972 Chevrolet & GMC Pickups Message Board C10 daily Like Longhorn said, I can haul some pretty heavy loads when I need to. Super Dually Part 6: A New Coat of Paint!
Project ClasSix Part: 10 - Interior & Exhaust Season 13, Episode 15 — Original Airdate 1/7/2012 Project ClasSix is getting an new interior makeover that matches it's style and only costs Even though you were wrong. 02-13-2014,09:19 AM #43 Fastpace View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Registered Member Join Date Feb 2004 Location Houston, TX Posts 2,280 vCash ClasSix: Part 3 Season 11, Episode 16 — Original Airdate 10/10/2009 We'll continue our suspension upgrade on Project ClasSix by adding a rear four link setup. PART TRADING: If you have parts you would like to trade please do so at our new subreddit r/PartIt RULES 1) Advice Format.
One is the installation of air conditioning. IMPORTANT Understand that the assistance you receive is ADVICE ONLY and is given with the understanding that the giver assumes no liability for any damages that occur as a direct or The plan for the truck now is to basically update everything on the truck to make it a daily driver, then drive the crap out of it. User Name Remember Me?
Plus doing an easy modification called the "grey wire mod" for better traction! Now, this C-10 still has its classic looks but underneath, it's got through a whole transformation with an air suspension and more powerful drive train! '66 Chevy C-10 Trucks! Love these trucks! 02-19-2014,04:53 AM #52 Kata Skopos View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Balsa wood!