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fuck yeah... gotta love OT

 

i'm local 636 glazier [architectural glass metal work] and my shop is kinda slow right now doing 40 hr weeks. few weeks from now i'm it's days nights sat and sun. doub time trip time, bring that shit on.

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damn those are straight.

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Lookin good really like those wheels.

Those wheels are the old ones.I got new ones coming in.

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fuck yeah... gotta love OT

 

i'm local 636 glazier [architectural glass metal work] and my shop is kinda slow right now doing 40 hr weeks. few weeks from now i'm it's days nights sat and sun. doub time trip time, bring that shit on.

Your not kidding in one month we make about 34000.00 plus dollars not bragging just the hours we work.We got guys that go exempt on taxs and buy brand new cars in almost all cash commuter car yes something better 2/3 paid off.Last year a guy worked 15 hour shifts everyday and paid cash for a 46000.00 pool.

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chingao i am in the wrong business i have to sell a shit amount of brackets and hats just to make may house payment the next time you will pay for in-and out burgers lol

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El flako I did not forget about you.I will let you know when I know.ortely

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photo-29.jpgMotor is all done.Just got to finish brake lines some wiring and i will drop it in.
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photo-30.jpgSome inside shots for now on how it looks.Its all clean but i will put carpet and do leather and suede in time.

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photo-31.jpgAnother angle of the inside.Wheels should be done on friday now.Cant wait to get the truck off of jack stands.

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Damn wish I had your money. :D

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Damn wish I had your money. :D

I wish i had your money and cars.

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Hopefully i can start on it next week.This working everyday thing is for the birds.

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Got the new dual master cylinder in.Front brake cables are almost ready and the one rear and then start dropping the motor back in.I hope in a few weeks or sooner.

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got the wheels today will try to post some pictures of it tomorrow.Am i happy

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photo-35.jpgFinally got the wheels and tires mounted on,the front still sits high of course because no engine yet still need to do hoses wiring and then i will mount the engine.But im happy with the results.In case your wondering the wheels are 17x7 in front with 225/45/17 and the rears are 18x7 with 235/40/18.And the rear is dropped 4" and the front will need to be redone once motor is in and convert to coilovers.
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I sure am.Just so many other things to do to get it back on the road and always at work.Now i want to drop a LS2 with a 6L80 trans and maybe tub it now.What do you think im crazy right.

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I sure am.Just so many other things to do to get it back on the road and always at work.Now i want to drop a LS2 with a 6L80 trans and maybe tub it now.What do you think im crazy right.

It'd be a shame to cut up that clean of a truck

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I'm a fan of the old school myself.... Those swaps are falling from the trees these days

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Ok i wont do it.Just paint it then and front coilovers and i want to redo the inside

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It's all good. An ls2 would be insane in there I just think a built old school motor is a good fit for these little trucks. Maybe if you had a ratty truck to start but yours is nice and sanitary. I'd say keep it proper.

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