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    nice trucks in this vidhttp://vimeo.com/51518296#at=0

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    The front fenders and rear bedsides on my truck are from an isuzu amigo. The front fenders are direct bolt up and you can swap the bumper ends to match the new width. All the valances are the same so if you want it flush you have to split it and add a section like I did. For the rears I cut the rear quarters off of an amigo I found in the junkyard and attached them to the bed. They're just riveted on for now but eventually they'll be welded in. Only difference with the rears is the body line on the bottom behind the rear wheel is off.

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    I want to share my pile: 1992 GMC Sonoma 2.8L V6 5spd. Bought for $600, with plans to compete in the Grassroots Motorsports $2013 challenge.
    Hopefully by years end i will finish all the suspension work I'm in the middle of and put my 17x9.5 and 17x11's on. Also wanted to show my daily Fit just so everyone doesn't think I'm just some random redneck in a spraybombed S10.


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    I saw your fit in Helen last year looking super fancy. I can't wait to see what you do with the truck.
    IG: ashtonlafleur


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    Ashton, post Leroy <3

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    I have, but here you go.



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    Yota looks mean


    So you Fancy Huh!!

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    ^ ditto. I've been hoping to come across the 22rte stuff for my 93 yota but the oem stuff isn't easy to find.

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    well mine is a 2rz swap. Good luck finding rte stuff though. Definitely isn't easy to come across.
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    No not at all. And when you do its expensive as hell.

    Oh and I found some of those advans on CL for 350. I almost picked them up
    Last edited by milano_red; 10-18-2012 at 10:36 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    Quote Originally Posted by milano_red View Post
    No not at all. And when you do its expensive as hell.

    Oh and I found some of those advans on CL for 350. I almost picked them up
    Jesus you should have. I paid 800 for mine and still had to refinish them.
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    The were even powdercoated rootbeer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    Quote Originally Posted by milano_red View Post
    The were even powdercoated rootbeer.
    You're killing me Smalls! Lol that would have been a cool color combo on the yota!

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    I know but at the time I didnt have the yota or anything 5.114 lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    sorry guys but I had to make some changes to my b22 for winter...



    cranked torsion bars and reinstalled stock leafs with shackles seized in vertical position (free lift kit!)

    gonna paint the rims black and add some metal bars and stuff to look tuff


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    Nooooo! Haha still looks fun to drive though, eff it take it off some jumps now!

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    haha, it actually rides sooo much better now... went thru 2 upper ball joints in a summer sitting on bump stops. also one of the upper control arm bushings is loose, and those weird nuts on each end of the rod that holds it to the chassis are both seized

    are those escalade rims?

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    I was thinking Lincoln wheels
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    They look like escalades

    Finally got here running good and ordered my blocks. Build thread soon to come.

    thought about this for my new Silverado
    Last edited by milano_red; 10-22-2012 at 10:06 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubmr2 View Post
    haha, it actually rides sooo much better now... went thru 2 upper ball joints in a summer sitting on bump stops. also one of the upper control arm bushings is loose, and those weird nuts on each end of the rod that holds it to the chassis are both seized

    are those escalade rims?
    Lol im sure it rides way better, no more bottoming out and you got beefy ass tires now lol. And yea they're 18" escaldes with the plain centercaps. Cheaper and look better on it than with the caddilac symbol imo

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    ^^ That is a beautiful fucking site right there! ^^ Love old school minis!

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    Holy crap those are sick
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    Quote Originally Posted by metalmonkey47 View Post
    I guess the cell pic I got didn't really show how bad ass that truck looks lol.

    Motivation.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nickskater09 View Post
    I think Jody, along with Ashton, like to push the line between "street legal" and "realistically driveable".

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