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thanks for sharring, very cool ride. liked all the changes you have done, nice work.
 

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Gotta agree with Carl, the mods you did really add to the truck!

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Hey Roadster, I'm diggin the dairy farm logo over the fab one. Just have to "weather it" like the rest of the truck.
 

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John still not a fan of the trim on the fender,,,ya I know it needs something...
 

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I like the black ribs on the steps. Cool mini bike, I like the rear disc brake! Slowed down on my project. Ended up putting CPP 3" lowering springs in the front (now 15-1/2") center of hub to bottom of fender. Someday (not in the near future) I will be able to give you an update on the handling. Installed 2 new front fenders Replacement brand (Tawain) & am actually pleased with how well they fit. I think I need a 70 series tire on front to fill the gap between tire & fender. Bought a 700r4 from a buddy who had it in a `40 ford, it shifts fine but occasionally leaks, so I`m going to have it gone thru.
 

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I like the photo of the side view mirror.That looks like fertile well tilled soil.I would farm that land.Oh ya...love the truck and the rear meats that says"GET OUTA MY WAY."
 

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Yes John LA wants all of the water from Colorado......!, They finally cut LA off of the Mono lake basin, sense they have its risen 12 feet....fahne19
 

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just read this whole thread - great work and thanks for all the details
that's a cool looking pickup !!
look forward to watching more progress.
 

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Discussion Starter #16 (Edited)
Old School Technology

When I was a working stiff I had access to have parts burned on a plasma table. Now that I am retired I do things old school.

I'll be cutting these from sheet with an abrasive cut off wheel and or a sawzall.... cause those are the tools I have at hand.

Basically taking 8 hours to do a 2 hour job. But it's all a good time from my perspective.
 

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Looking good Lake :) I'm liken your work bench. :D
Thanks Steve, I'm truly a hack compared to the top quality work you do. I was almost ashamed to make the above post.

With respect to the sawhorses... I've got a nice shop, with nice laminate covered benches, but it's just that cutting the parts with the grinder is so darned messy that I do this over on "the dirty side" of the shop.
 
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