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07-12-2009 11:01 AM Life is hard when you're dumb
After four trips to junk yards, three to auto parts stores, i finally got front wheels on the 36. They are 14's which interfere with the steering arms, but now i know where i'm at.

I'm a nidiot.

All this would have been so much easier with instructions. Figure for $2,000.00 they could throw in a few sheets of paper. But noooooooo.




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07-10-2009 06:54 PM Finally, Back to the 36
Started the trial assembly of the TP front end. Still mad they they didn't supply assembly instructions. Going to hire somebody to check it out.

I thought i had the right wheels, but no dice. Will have to run 5 x 5 on the back and passenger car wheels on the front. Also will have to have somebody make new U-Bolts, and get creative on the shocks.

And a picture of the Blazer rear end.


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07-04-2009 09:57 PM Heavy Rebel Weekend
More cars than ever, almost 200. The Rat Rods are more common, and a little more sophisticated.

Here are three that caught my eye, more pix on the photo gallery later.

First is a professional Chrysler Roadster, that was truly beautiful, then a Rat Style Rod that may have been built in a NASCAR shop, and last another Chrysler, that, he said, had been built in Australia, shipped to Argentina, then disassembled, and mailed piece by piece to America. It was converted to left hand drive.


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07-03-2009 05:39 PM Bling
Got this "Wish" plaque for Christmas a few years ago. I finally found a use for it


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07-02-2009 07:29 PM Strugglosing
The Dzus fasteners were too small, found some loop headed bolts that looked cool, but i broke one getting it in, and had to weld on a new bolt. I'll replace these later, but, the hood is on, and the ornament is bolted on..

Now for the bling


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