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Old 03-15-2012, 11:32 AM   #1051
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What is the size is the material going to be that you will be making your parts from? give me a L x W, i think you said the thickness would be 5/8's correct? The Length and Width of the material will sorta give me a better understanding of how this could be done. If this is going to be made out of flat or round stock i dont think it would be a problem.
Old 03-15-2012, 11:38 AM   #1052
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It's a balljoint adapter plate that will only be about a 3" x 3" size piece of flat plate with one big hole in the middle and 4 smaller holes positioned around it. Jim has a guy with a water jet that can cut it but I always like to keep my options open to a cheaper alternative if one exists

Here's a pic of one that AceHaag made:

Old 03-15-2012, 12:45 PM   #1053
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I imagine as easy as that would be it would be a lot cheaper to do it in all one operation like the waterjet or cnc. An hour tops to manual make that piece on a manual mill, and i would imagine it would take less than 5 mins on a cnc.
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Yeah, I agree. And since I need a pair of them per person and already have 3 people wanting them CNC would just be the way to go
Old 03-15-2012, 02:12 PM   #1055
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More pics











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no aired out pics?
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I can take some if you want...
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yeah im curious to see it aired out!
Old 03-15-2012, 03:18 PM   #1059
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lol ok. It looks goofy tho since it's just the front down and the back is still up
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CNC would def be faster.

Truck looks damn good lifted. Bet it'll look better with the back done
Old 03-16-2012, 09:24 AM   #1061
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Quote: Originally Posted by oh so slow
CNC would def be faster.

Truck looks damn good lifted. Bet it'll look better with the back done
Thanks man
Old 03-16-2012, 05:16 PM   #1062
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These are for Wicked





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That's sofa king cool! Get the back done!
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LOL. looks funny seeing it trying to tuck!

i say pre runner fenders haha
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i was not expecting to see it that low aired out lol. back probably needs to come up some, looks like there isn't much clearance between tire and the bed.
Old 03-19-2012, 10:14 AM   #1066
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Quote: Originally Posted by oh so slow
That's sofa king cool! Get the back done!
lol thanks. Gonna try to play around with getting the rear to sit a bit higher hopefully this week
Old 03-19-2012, 10:15 AM   #1067
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Quote: Originally Posted by Wicked Mayhem
LOL. looks funny seeing it trying to tuck!

i say pre runner fenders haha
lol if it was gonna stay lifted I might do the pre runner fenders, but since it will switch back and forth with the seasons I'm gonna have to say no

But yeah, it does look pretty funny with those big ass tires sitting on the inner fenders
Old 03-19-2012, 10:17 AM   #1068
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Quote: Originally Posted by sas10
i was not expecting to see it that low aired out lol. back probably needs to come up some, looks like there isn't much clearance between tire and the bed.
Yeah, back needs to come up to level out with the front. I'm gonna try playing around with the higher setting on the shackles this week
Old 03-19-2012, 10:18 AM   #1069
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Oh, and took this pic of the bolt on the center link backing itself out. I'm gonna try throwing a lock washer in there to hopefully stop this from happening

Old 03-20-2012, 01:30 AM   #1070
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paint the front fenders already. geeze guy. j/k giving you some shit.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kms_dude1
paint the front fenders already. geeze guy. j/k giving you some shit.
Paint is one thing I am no good at. Want to help? I'll gladly do it if I have some expert assistance
Old 03-20-2012, 10:14 AM   #1072
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Flip that axle and give it a little rake.
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Quote: Originally Posted by JDrummond Service Inc.
Flip that axle and give it a little rake.
I put the shackle on the higher setting last night which leveled it out

Check out the thread I just made with pics from last night after washing it and leveling it out


http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f3/spr...9/#post7775406
Old 03-21-2012, 01:23 AM   #1074
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Quote: Originally Posted by layinbody31
Paint is one thing I am no good at. Want to help? I'll gladly do it if I have some expert assistance
psht im far from expert. i just can spray it and prep. i hate body work
Old 03-21-2012, 09:23 AM   #1075
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Quote: Originally Posted by kms_dude1
psht im far from expert. i just can spray it and prep. i hate body work
If you can spray and prep I could probably handle the body work. Plus mine literally needs no bodywork. We may have to work something out because the thing I get asked most often is "are you gonna paint it any time soon?" lol
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I picked up some flange head bolts last night along with some lock washers and Loc-Tite and used them to fix up the issues I was having with my center link bolts loosening up



Old 03-21-2012, 10:23 AM   #1077
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Quote: Originally Posted by layinbody31
If you can spray and prep I could probably handle the body work. Plus mine literally needs no bodywork. We may have to work something out because the thing I get asked most often is "are you gonna paint it any time soon?" lol
I haven't driven my blazer in over a month and I still get asked on a daily basis " When are you going to paint it, or what color is it going to be?"
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Yeah, I'm sure you know how annoying that is
Old 03-22-2012, 01:56 PM   #1079
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Just fixed my rear exhaust hanger now on my lunch break. The stud it bolted to had snapped off when I took it apart to replace the trans line way back in like Oct. When it was slammed you didn't notice it dangling beneath the truck but it also would've meant jacking the truck up to fix it. Well now that it's lifted you could see it dangling and it looked bad, so since no jacking up was required I grabbed a 5/16" tap from work (oh no!) and tapped threads on the rest of the stud. Then secured it with a new nut/washer/lock washer and called it a day. Now the exhaust is fully supported again and nothing is hanging below the frame
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Found this pic when browsing through the FFF show pics on MiniTruckin and it made me think that this is how the Sonoma will look with the Stealths and big brakes

Old 03-29-2012, 10:16 AM   #1081
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And another just because it's a sweet truck (and I love Stealths)

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Thats what im shooting for. Haha, minus the stealths
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now i wish my stealths were bigger
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lol yeah I wouldn't have ever got them if they weren't 20s
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Your old lady still not know you bought em? You get them mocked up on the first gen yet?
Old 04-09-2012, 11:43 AM   #1086
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Quote: Originally Posted by 1low4x4
Your old lady still not know you bought em? You get them mocked up on the first gen yet?
lol yeah she still doesn't know And no, haven't had them on the 1st gen yet. Won't be able to either until I get the crewcab done and out of the garage so that I can get back to working on the '91 (which is 2wd and can fit the wheels)
Old 04-09-2012, 12:20 PM   #1087
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Dude if this was my truck I would be airing it down and back up to mess with people at red lights lol.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 556mm
Dude if this was my truck I would be airing it down and back up to mess with people at red lights lol.
I've done that a few times lol

Usually it's if there's like an Xtreme with some rims or something, they pull up next to me and kinda look at me funny like "stupid 4wd" and then I air it out and they get this "WTF??? That thing has HYDROZZZ???" look
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Quote: Originally Posted by layinbody31
It's a balljoint adapter plate that will only be about a 3" x 3" size piece of flat plate with one big hole in the middle and 4 smaller holes positioned around it. Jim has a guy with a water jet that can cut it but I always like to keep my options open to a cheaper alternative if one exists

Here's a pic of one that AceHaag made:

thats about 5-10 minutes of programing and 5 minutes of cnc time for each piece...7" x 4" flat stock 0/0 top left corner, make 2 pieces with one cycle. 5 tools spot drill, small drill, large drill, counter sink, 3/8" endmill for the profile. leave 3 or 4 20 thou tabs on the back side, break em off out of the machine and grind em smooth when you chamfer the edges on the belt sander...
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Quote: Originally Posted by low-s-dime
thats about 5-10 minutes of programing and 5 minutes of cnc time for each piece...7" x 4" flat stock 0/0 top left corner, make 2 pieces with one cycle. 5 tools spot drill, small drill, large drill, counter sink, 3/8" endmill for the profile. leave 3 or 4 20 thou tabs on the back side, break em off out of the machine and grind em smooth when you chamfer the edges on the belt sander...
lol sounds easy enough. What file format do you work with and how much would it cost to make per plate?

I've got it drawn in 3D Inventor (.ipt) but can save it as a .dwg as well (or several other formats)
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i can open .ipt files in masterCAM...yeah i have it on my home computers too lol

5/8" sounds awful thick though, but figure about 30 bucks per piece, 17 of that is material lol, price includes tooling, setup, and programming. The machine i use has all rennishaw probe part/tool pickup, i can hold ±.0005" repeatedly....not sure how accurate you need

pm me the file we can go from there.
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as its currently programmed...11m 34.18s for 2 pieces...if would be about 2 minutes less if you had holes and not slots in the top lol

and for some reason my boss keeps telling me a bridgeport is just as fast most of the time...
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Quote: Originally Posted by low-s-dime
as its currently programmed...11m 34.18s for 2 pieces...if would be about 2 minutes less if you had holes and not slots in the top lol

and for some reason my boss keeps telling me a bridgeport is just as fast most of the time...
So what you're saying is... you could make 3 sets on your lunch break?
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Quote: Originally Posted by layinbody31
So what you're saying is... you could make 3 sets on your lunch break?
After he gets done machining my custom fleshlight case.
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Quote: Originally Posted by 90blueS10
After he gets done machining my custom fleshlight case.
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A little bit of an update for this truck...

Unfortunately my radiator has a hole in it and needs to be replaced Apparently the through-the-fins zip tie thingy that holds on one corner of the eFan must've been supporting too much weight, and it broke down through one of the cross tubes in the radiator. So I've been having to add water to it daily and deal with it spraying nasty water/coolant/DexCool shit all over the inside of the engine bay until I can afford/buy a new radiator.

I'm looking to get one in and fix it over the long weekend next weekend (Memorial Day). At that point I'll also be trying to fab up a proper top mount for the radiator, as well as properly mount and wire the eFan (have the controller, haven't had time to put it back on yet).

And then, because money has become really tight for me, I don't know how soon I'll realistically be able to build the 6link, so I'm thinking that I'm going to just switch back to the mono-leafs/blocks/bags in the rear and switch the lift spindles back to stock spindles and go back to being slammed for summer, but this time around with the 20s and big brakes. Maybe if I get time before Camp N Drag I'll pull the inner fenders/relocate stuff as well as finish building and install my Wheels Centered UCAs so I can lay as low as possible on the 20s. If I have the money before then (chances are slim) I may also try to get the 6link built/installed. But for now I just want to make sure I get it 100% reliably daily driving and able to take to CnD bagged/slammed
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did you post any pics of the daily driver beretta that bit the dust? Sorry, I didnt have time to browse thro all 22 pages! lol. you a member of beretta.net or anything?
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Quote: Originally Posted by DaGuse5853Z
did you post any pics of the daily driver beretta that bit the dust? Sorry, I didnt have time to browse thro all 22 pages! lol. you a member of beretta.net or anything?
I think there may have been a pic or two of the Beretta in the thread for my '91. And no, I'm not a member of that site nor did I ever want to do anything to the Beretta other than a few stickers I put on it
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Back to being slammed for summer!

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Scored a 4door window switch panel from Deeznutz

Thanks a bunch man!



Rear window switches are going to be used to control my bags until I can get my paddle shifter/switches hooked up. Current switch box is going to be used as the air ride towing switch box and able to switch between this and my wife's TrailBlazer

I'm debating using the window lock to control my compressor too, but I currently have 2 compressor switches since the truck is set up for both the EDC and the ViAir 480 I had on it. But I've never had an issue with the EDC since I got it working and I plan to put the ViAir (and the Swinger relay) on the TrailBlazer, so I'd really only need 1 switch unless I plan to ever add a backup electrical comp again. But if I did it'd be way off in the distance.

Hmmmmmmmm decisions decisions...
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