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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-13-2007, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
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Finnally::got it back together



Had to do a different rear suspension and some work on the motor(Ported DOOE-R heads, roller lifters, 1250 Dominator carb.)
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Looking Good , Digger

Hope to have mine back together soon also.


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Thanks guys, Usually Dan you have yours back together way before this. Did you notice the traction bars I have now? I still have to attach them in the front,that won't be too difficult.Was anxious to get the truck out of the garage to see how it sits.
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Oh yes I know I usally do .. but just waiting on the new oil pan right now.

Then it's drop the engine in fire it up get the timing set then look for any leaks then it's time to go pulling.



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