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Old 09-03-2011, 09:19 AM
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Body suggestions for Rat Rod

A friend of mine wants to build a Rat Rod using a 1987 Blazer frame.

What truck body or T-bucket would fit his frame with the least modification.

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A friend of mine wants to build a Rat Rod using a 1987 Blazer frame.

What truck body or T-bucket would fit his frame with the least modification.

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RoadSide Dan

Mr.Dan. The t-bucket would never look right on that frame because of the front end...It's so easy to buy some tubing and make a t-bucket frame... If you have a chop saw It would only take about a hour or so to build a frame....The tubing isn't that much.... You will be way ahead of the game then..
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isn't an 87 blazer enough of a rat rod already?
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