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    Whats your ride look like?

    Whats your ride? What size engine? What do you like about it most?

    All american made vehicles welcome all others get crushed!!

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    1981 Chevy Silverado!!
    350 TPI!!
    It was my great grandfathers truck and now it's mine!!






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    Nice truck Seth,,be sure and hand it down to you child..
    ***IN GOD WE TRUST***GOD BLESS AMERICA******

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    Most of us have our stuff posted over in the show off section.

    Curtis

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnskustomz
    1981 Chevy Silverado!!
    350 TPI!!
    It was my great grandfathers truck and now it's mine!!





    you will see mine if you go to my racespace. I have pretty much all of them posted on there. If not you can also go to my website. The link should be in my signature.
    Its all fun and games till someone loses a nut!

    http://www.racingjunk.com/profile/400466

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniac
    Nice truck Seth,,be sure and hand it down to you child..
    Yea I learned from my dad's mistake he had his grand fathers truck (1972 GMC 350 4bolt main swb truck) sold it to his cousin!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by doorracer
    Most of us have our stuff posted over in the show off section.

    Curtis
    Ok I'll look around there sorry I just hardly goto the bottom of the page!! Never really noticed it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by burnskustomz
    Quote Originally Posted by doorracer
    Most of us have our stuff posted over in the show off section.

    Curtis
    Ok I'll look around there sorry I just hardly goto the bottom of the page!! Never really noticed it!!
    No apology needed. Just giving some info.

    Curtis

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    Found out something bad on my truck its been wrecked before the frame is bent to H311 well maybe not that bad but I never noticed it till today and on the top spindle its got a lot of spacer looking things about 3/4 of an inch of them on the drivers side wonder it that explains when I stomp on the gas it goes to the drivers side? So looks like a new frame!! is needed can probably be straightned out but I can get a used frame cheaper so new frame!!

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    on the upper control arm there is shims that go between the frame and the control arm cross shaft, that is how you adjust your caster & camber, those are supose to be there. if you feel the truck dosen't steer right have the alignment checked before you jump to conclusions. does the truck dog track ?


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