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any way we can get the pics back?
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I'll mess with it later tonight.

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Wow what a pain in the ass. A lot of stuff you wouldn't think about. Great write-up, as for me I learned that when it comes time for this job I'm doing it cab on
It's really not that bad. We pulled the cab on one last week. We started flushing the block around 4 and had the cab in the air by 5:30.
It is some work but makes the job SO much easier in the big picture.
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any way we can get the pics back?

I don't remember which pics went where but here's the album for 'em: http://s11.photobucket.com/user/imel...?sort=3&page=1

You can pretty well figure what was what from there.

Everything still doing great on it.

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The FORDOTA, '86 Toyota reg cab tube chassis to be powered by a 6.0 Powerstroke; finally back in progress

'03 F250 Reg Cab Short Bed 4x4, ZMBYKLR, 946rwlt (rear wheel llama thrust), 10.38 @ 129.60, Truck Source Diesel, Warren Diesel, Gardner Racing, Diesel Innovations

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Wow what a pain in the ass. A lot of stuff you wouldn't think about. Great write-up, as for me I learned that when it comes time for this job I'm doing it cab on

It's not bad at all really. I work REALLY slow and can have it off completely by myself in about 3.5 hours, and that's with taking off additional stuff that's on my truck. Two people could easily do it in about 2 hours or less I would think, especially with a guide to follow.


I just went to repost the pics for this and I have apparently finally been zapped by Photobucket for the $40 per month to 3rd party pics. Eff that. Luckily I had downloaded all my pics off there already just in case this happened. What picture hosting sites are people using now?


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