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Old 10-21-2005, 07:57 PM
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A kit for 47-54 Chevy Pickup frame swaps.

A little something for those of you who feel the need to swap frames on AD trucks. An S-10 frame swap kit. http://www.ad-engineering.com/

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Old 10-21-2005, 09:09 PM
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Cool, thanks! Is that by any chance the same guy that goes under "advancedesign" here at hr.com? I thought he was working on an early 50's suburban doing the same swap, but I might (probably) be wrong





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....Is that by any chance the same guy that goes under "advancedesign" here at hr.com? Mike
I don't believe so.
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hmm idea i got a complete s10 next to the shop the body is shoot on it .. i did not see the kits listed on there site
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Cool, thanks! Is that by any chance the same guy that goes under "advancedesign" here at hr.com? I thought he was working on an early 50's suburban doing the same swap, but I might (probably) be wrong
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Nightfire - Nope not me but sounds like a good idea. You might be thinking of a link in the suspension section where a builder is putting an S-10 frame under a 'burb. I do have one on my to do list.

Centerline - Thanks for the information. Might be interesting to explore for the 'burb build. Getting antsy to get going but will finish the '35 coupe first.
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