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Old 02-07-2013, 05:40 PM   #361
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That was just rude sir, rude rude rude.... *puts face in palms*
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Streetable once again. Got some odds and ends to tie up shooting for a monday desert session. I will try to get plenty of pics





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Old 02-08-2013, 02:57 PM   #364
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Need to add some weight to that rear....no droop in her what so ever. Looks good though. Tires are fucking enormous, what you running?

Btw what sensor is that ,that isn connected on the dif , left side?
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Need to add some weight to that rear....no drop in her what so ever. Looks good though. Tires are fucking enormous, what you running?

Btw what sensor is that ,that isn connected on the dif , left side?
I threw my 2 spares in the back and it sits nicely and rides like a dream. Just gotta mount the limit straps and put a proportioning valve on it. The e brake is the wire in the bed it is not connected yet either. The tires are 35x12.5 Open Countrys.



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Old 02-08-2013, 06:39 PM   #367
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Much better, what are you limited to front and rear?
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Much better, what are you limited to front and rear?
16" in the front and 18.5" in the back. Down the line maybe pick up some 18s and the rear will cycle 22". At ride height the front has 9" of uptravel and the rear has 12". Now just gotta test out all the shocks and revalve accordingly. Cage thoughts are already brewing as well haha.
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Poncho and David were here today helping my buddy center everything and set the pinion angle haha.
That's why pancho isn't working on his f100, cause he's helping you!!!


All joking aside, truck looks really good man. Pretty jelly.
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:30 PM   #370
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That's why pancho isn't working on his f100, cause he's helping you!!!


All joking aside, truck looks really good man. Pretty jelly.
Haha indeed
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Streetable once again. Got some odds and ends to tie up shooting for a monday desert session. I will try to get plenty of pics





Where you heading out to?! I'm itchin' to head out if you dont mind.
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Streetable once again. Got some odds and ends to tie up shooting for a monday desert session. I will try to get plenty of pics





Looks bitchin, how r u gonna mount your spares? Stacked horizontal again?
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Looks bitchin, how r u gonna mount your spares? Stacked horizontal again?
Yeah same setup. Maybe change it up down the line but it is good for now
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Old 03-05-2013, 01:42 PM   #374
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Got the truck out for its shakedown run the weekend and it works awesome! Had a few expected issues but nothing with the suspension or fab work.









Ran it through a pretty rough section of the race course and it floated awesome over some 3-4 foot whoops and a couple heavy g-outs. Started hearing a clunk up front so we stopped and looked. One of the light bar bolts had shaken out and caused the bar to bounce and shear off the aluminum mounting bracket. The light itself was in good shape still so we yanked it off and pulled the corner lights out and continued on.





Got a bunch more runs in and pulled off to check the bolts and everything was working great. The truck pulls through the whoops awesome without shuffling side to side at all.













After that we made our way back towards the highway and hit the race course once again. It did awesome in the trenches with the ground clearance of the 35s. Through it up on a rock to check the shock clearance and it has no rubs whatsoever. After running it hard through the biggest stuff out there, we did a final check and found the stock steering rack bushings had blown out. Also, as expected the alignment cams had been knocked out of whack because they were not tacked. On top of that the driver side motor mount is blown.







All in all it was an awesome shakedown. The frame did not flex like it used to and everything felt sturdy. Did not touch bump once in the rear! All of the components that gave out are ready for upgrade and were the expected failure points. The future fab list did not get any bigger, just shuffled around upgrades a little haha.
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Just saw you on my way to work on yorba Linda blvd. truck looks great man!
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Just saw you on my way to work on yorba Linda blvd. truck looks great man!
Thanks dude just got back from beach cruisin haha

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Time to start gusseting those motor mounts, thats whats ive been doing today and yesterday.
Did you just gusset your stock ones or did you find some good solid mounts? I am still trying to figure out what I am going to do.


On a side note I got the new poly steering rack mounts on. Also I am picking up heims and all the other stuff tomorrow to heim my upper arms and solid mount the lowers. Should get that all done next week. Also a little sneak of the new rear skid plate to protect the shackle hangers.

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[QUOTE=whitetoblack;6590608]Thanks dude just got back from beach cruisin haha



Did you just gusset your stock ones or did you find some good solid mounts? I am still trying to figure out what I am going to do.


Im talking about the actual motor mounts from the frame, since they are thin metal with holes in it. In boxing the bottom in and plating both sides including the 14mm bolts. As for motor mounts itself the best option is the trail gear ones for like $95 the pair.
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Thanks dude just got back from beach cruisin haha



Did you just gusset your stock ones or did you find some good solid mounts? I am still trying to figure out what I am going to do.


Im talking about the actual motor mounts from the frame, since they are thin metal with holes in it. In boxing the bottom in and plating both sides including the 14mm bolts. As for motor mounts itself the best option is the trail gear ones for like $95 the pair.
the trail gear mounts make a huge difference dude... just be sure to solid mount the tranny too.
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