Author Topic: Finally my project begins!!!! 91 2wd to sas'd toy..(NEW UPDATES)  (Read 22848 times)

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do you need a hood? i just parted out a 89
ah the beauty of a cuttin torch

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ya i need a hood, right fender and grill... u got that stuff??
91 std cab, flatbed, 35 mtr's, aussie, 5.29's, 4.7's, twin sticks

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here she is... been a long time since update.... since last i post... w56,4.70,5.29's,aussie,twin sticks,63's, big rocks offroad winch bumper,bucket seats, carpet, bilstiens.... hmmmm then a buncha ods and ends.... took the bed off... gonna have it painted a gunmetal grey color... as well as the bumper and sliders.... hopefully am gonna be driving it in the next 2 weeks... next friday its gettin picked up for a bunch of tubeing work to be done to mount fenders and all that stuff! will take some more pics tomorrow if im not to lazy!!
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dang, it turned out nice, keep up the good work
so are u runnin just the single t-case?

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thanks..... i dunno if im gonna need duals? i got the 4.70's so ill see how those do...and i have budbuilts single t-case crossmember, which can be adapted to duals later on if needed... just gotta buy the adapter kit. i plan on wheelin it maybe once a month so i think that just having 4.70's isnt gonna bother me.... unlike with duals u have the option of being able to run 2.28...
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So when we going wheelin Mike... :driving:
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keep up the good work its coming along nicely! :sly:
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 :thumbs: Truck looks good!

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looks sick hit me up for a pilsbury or cow run when ever its done

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91 std cab, flatbed, 35 mtr's, aussie, 5.29's, 4.7's, twin sticks

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I like the seats!  wha kind are they?
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8) Truck is looking good.  I have the same removable steering wheel on mine!

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Man that truck has come along way. It is looking great. How was the steering wheel install, easy/hard?

Way to go!
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EASY to install the wheel & security kit.  Took maybe 30 min including getting the steering wheel puller out and clean up when finished.  :thumbs:

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Looking good.....

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What is the part number for that grant steering wheel kit?

Thanks
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I did the 2wd to 4wd conversion, if you have any questions let me know. I made my own crossmember etc. Here is the latest pic of it I have.



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I've had the truck about 3 years now, Not much of it is 2wd anymore, got rid of fenders, grille etc. I had fiberglass fenders on it but recently put the metal fenders back on,.

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Its awesome to see someone else to the 2wd to 4wd swap by the way...lookin good!

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ha... thanks everyone... the seats are the hunsaker chepo bucket seats.... there about $160 or so... i love my anti theft attachment for my grant... mostly because it was free!!! for some reason the store i bought it from credited me the money back! only thing i really dont like is the chepo lever to release the steering wheel.. and the wheel install was easy.... takes less than an hour...Rockstar ur rig looks pretty sick!... like the 4 link! saposed to get my truck back on saturday and  ill post some picks of the tubework im havin done on it.. :beer:
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sliders need to be cut down a few inches...
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and a pic from the beginning... a year in december...
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that's sick  :sick:
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thanks... now i can smash the hell outta my front end and only have to buy fenders!!
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ha... thanks everyone... the seats are the hunsaker chepo bucket seats.... there about $160 or so... i love my anti theft attachment for my grant... mostly because it was free!!! for some reason the store i bought it from credited me the money back! only thing i really dont like is the chepo lever to release the steering wheel.. and the wheel install was easy.... takes less than an hour...Rockstar ur rig looks pretty sick!... like the 4 link! saposed to get my truck back on saturday and  ill post some picks of the tubework im havin done on it.. :beer:

How are they for the comfy?  The seats I mean.
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