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    Here's a good one

    Fuel cell was here





    Didn't really like the wasted space below, or having to reach over it that high, so I think we should put it hereish. 6.5" lower





    but still don't have brake lines, doesn't mean I'm not closer.
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    New floor time for the Fuel cell and a skid plate flat across the new frame for it

    Then the yellow part needs to be cut out and raised 2" for the truss at full bump






    Still no brake lines that hold pressure

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    Wow, you went thru some trouble to get cutting brake in.....:-)

    Hope it works out for you. Nice job soo far. Glad i finally decided to peak in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sancza View Post
    Wow, you went thru some trouble to get cutting brake in.....:-)

    Hope it works out for you. Nice job soo far. Glad i finally decided to peak in.
    It is one of the longer installs I would guess for some cutting brakes likely

    Thanks

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    Frames welded on and links being made


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    probably a goofy question, but are you going to have room under there to run your exhaust pipes around that tank?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiley 10070 View Post
    probably a goofy question, but are you going to have room under there to run your exhaust pipes around that tank?
    Not goofy at all, Good eye

    Exhaust on this truck has ended at the skid plate for a few years, and will continue too

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    This could slow the install down


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    what type of axle housing is this noobie looking at kind sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillBilly View Post
    what type of axle housing is this noobie looking at kind sir?
    Same guys as rear

    http://www.ruffstuffspecialties.com/...x.php?cPath=49

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    Well the rear now supports it weight



    ORI's through the tub going up/ Fuel cell through the tub going down



    These struts sure make for a clutter free install, no limit straps, no sway bar, no bump stops



    So the truck did a 180 flip in the hoist and



    Commenced cutting more stuff off

    Last edited by Reverage; 02-27-2011 at 09:50 AM.

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    Front shafts of to get splined



    mm beefy


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    Sweet! Is that ride height?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    Sweet! Is that ride height?
    Nope,,,Rear is just up from bump at this time, front is,,,well just sitting there awaiting an axle

    Got some notching and frame chunks to come out for the rear to come down a bit more.

    Then once the front is in I'll final burn the ORI tabs home where they need to be. The strut bar and uppper/lower tabs are just tacked for cycling so far

    Into some brake work ( rear line to porp valve to line lock to C Brake to calipers) and gettin some PSC stuff in now.

    Side note those stock steering wheels are on there good

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    And back where we started







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    I finally found the brake line tools you requested. do you need the steering wheel puller as well? I may be around tomorrow. depends on how tonight goes.
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