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#26589 - November 07th 2005 4:06 pm Re: Winter work list
wookee Offline
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Registered: April 14th 2003 12:00 pm
Posts: 7535
Loc: Joppa Md. U.S.A.
finish bathroom from hell project.

Get 93 GMC put back together and out of the garage

Install new electronic speedo and new gas gauge in the "Beast"

Have all of the leaf springs rebushed and de arched.

Smooth out rear end and a fresh coat of primer before Spring Thaw.......

Thats enough.Just wtiring about it makes me tired. I am going to go take a nap........Wookee

<small>[ November 07, 2005, 04:11 PM: Message edited by: wookee ]</small>

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#26590 - November 07th 2005 9:54 pm Re: Winter work list
VanVida_Israel Offline
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Registered: December 21st 2002 12:00 pm
Posts: 3571
Loc: KS
wookee..de-arch the leaf springs..way to go..I like that..Praise the Lowered..

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#26591 - November 08th 2005 12:45 am Re: Winter work list
Sledgehammer Offline
addict

Registered: December 07th 2003 12:00 pm
Posts: 364
Loc: Marysville WA.
Well I want to finish removing the interior,
Install new floor, After sealing holes in floor.
Install insulation & sound deading material.
Re-install 3/4" MDF lower walls.
Rebuild speaker towers to add 10" subs, Install.
Reinstall old bed set-up with some changes!!
Some of those changes are; Use 3/4" MDF to replace 1/2" so I can remove some other supports.
Cut-outs in inner bed walls to install plexi to view amps,caps,dist blocks ect.
Change 12 disk CD changer mounting for better access to change disks.
Add gas cylenders to hold hinged bed up.

Then install new upper walls, new door panels Recover headliner, replacing wood support strips with polished stainless.
Also new carpet, seats ect..

Can't forget the new head unit with DVD playback and two 7" moniters, 30 band EQ, Add at least two more batteries and 200 amp alt.

Oh yea, Speaker towers will get the fibreglass treatmeant along with some of the other MDF. All MDF will get multible coats of primer/sealer, before paint or cover treatment.

Should keep me busy....

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#26592 - November 08th 2005 1:42 am Re: Winter work list
monsterbox Offline
old hand

Registered: July 29th 2004 12:00 pm
Posts: 943
Loc: Tacoma, Wa
My GMC is getting the treatment this winter.

*new engine - mild built 350
*new tranny - 700r4 (overdrive)
*new radiator
*upgraded sound system
*new guages

After this I should be about out of money, but next on the list is new suspension, posi rear, and to lower the van. Should keep me busy.

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#26593 - November 08th 2005 3:33 am Re: Winter work list
mattmansrus Offline
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Registered: September 17th 2005 12:00 pm
Posts: 128
Loc: Yakima Wa
finish body filler and sanding on all speaker pods, high build primer, stretch and maybe glass sub towers for the 4 12's build a boxfor the 4 batteries and a bench over top. plan out the workings of the bed. sound deadening on all walls and celing. buy a couple of mono block sub amps, the indash dvd player from alpine, maybe the lcd tv...purchases start next weekend
problem is i go to school 5 days a week in one city, and work an 8 hour shift 3 days a week in another city...wait,that makes an 8 day week with full time student and part time installer. o ya, i want to finish my truck. heh, i can sleep when im dead

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#26594 - November 08th 2005 8:32 am Re: Winter work list
GEORGI Offline
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Registered: January 26th 2005 12:00 pm
Posts: 1398
Loc: NY
HMMM FINISH BODY WORK ON MID OH YEAH GET IT RUNNING PAINTED AND STREET ABLE THEN MAYBE CHANGE REAR GEARS TO 3.50 ON THE 76 INSTALL A NEW MOTOR CHANGE DOORS AND FINISH THE INTERIOR WORK THERES LOTS OF THINGS THAT NEED TO BE DONE BUT LITTLE MONEY AND NOT ENOUGH TIME.

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