View Poll Results: Do you like the slimmed down or do you like to see the chitter chatter?

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  • Yeah short and sweet, let me ask the questions but clean it up now and again.

    13 86.67%
  • Put the chitter back up. I need to read it all.

    2 13.33%
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Thread: The Silverfish WJ build on a budget (lots of pics and tricks)

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    Well your poopy pants gas tank may be moved, but the bumper still has a case of poopy pants . Looks good.

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    Nice...

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    Wow. It's been longer then I thought.

    Well busy life and all that , on with new mods and tech.

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    Old habits die hard. After a couple swamps there's no more carpet and a new transmission.

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    I wish I had taken some photos of the work Eric down at STAANG'S FAB did on the long arm setup. It works perfectly. I drown the phone with all the pics of it when it was new.

    Perhaps Eric can post a couple or I'll take a few next time it's on a hoist. Great setup and stellar support. The kit was custom and installed in short order for a great price including plating the "frame".

    Long story short Unibodies need STAANG treatment.

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    My latest project involved removing some rear fender to prep for what for now shall only be referred to as "Preperaton H"

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    The plastic still needs to be trimmed but all around I'm happy with the result. the rocker and fender are an inch to an inch and a half larger all around. makes a huge difference.

    It's all welded. filled with 3/8 rod in the flats of the fenders and 1/2 square at the rear down section. All seam sealed from the inside.


    I've started pulling the stickers to repaint the quarters. I'm thinking rhino liner up to the windows just on the quarters.

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