This month's winner for S10Forum's Truck Of The Month is: dagreenmonster!!!
What is the Big Three (Big 3) upgrade?
The Big Three upgrade, simply put, is upgrading the main three electrical charging wires in a vehicle's electrical system. These wires are the power wire from the alternator to the battery positive, the engine block to a ground, and the battery negative to a ground.
Why should I upgrade the Big Three?
Ok, so I have been working on this for the past three days. Im putting 4 hours a day into it until im done. I have been having the hardest time finding a dash bezel so when I finally got one I decided to make it just how I wanted. Im using abs plastic from an old POS Rozzi body kit to fill all the air vents, the air bag switch, and the spot where the ac controls were.
Suicidedoors.com gets several calls a week about how hard it is to assemble a super pivot joint. I agree, its a little tough. You want the pivot ball to be tight, not a sloppy loosy loose one. Here's how you can put them together with typical tools, we used to put them together like this but now we have a neat pneumatic ram to compress the bushings.
Back in the late 1970s when everyone was worried about the "gas crunch," Chevy needed some smaller engines in a hurry, so it created a new family of junior-sized V6s by chopping two cylinders off its existing V8s. This enabled GM to shorten the development process dramatically because it was able to adapt a proven design.
Have you had a problem with your valve sticking? Or leaking air in or out of your system?
Well here is a step by step walk through on how to clean out your valves and make them work good as new. In this article we are working on a SMC brand valve but the steps taken are silmilar for all diaphram style valves on the market.
As you know most people always need some kind of new Xtreme GFX part for their truck whether they dragged there’s off or just want to put the Xtreme kit on their regular S10. A list of part numbers has been complied throughout the years and is being made available to you!
CHART IS FOR S10S/SONOMAS BLAZERS 2WD ONLY HERE
This article will address the installation of one of the easiest door popper kits on the market: the AVS #SDK11. The unit is 100% bolt-on for 94+ S-series trucks and 95+ S-series SUVs. Once the solenoid is mounted, most of the wiring is plug and play, with just the neccessary contacts such as power/ground needing to be spliced into the truck.