....Black Sheep....

Discussion in 'Carolina Trailblazers' started by Nakoma, Jul 29, 2018.

  1. nc_jk_crawler

    nc_jk_crawler Member

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    Looking good man! Keep up the great work. Are you still using the Toyota cab?
     
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  2. Nakoma

    Nakoma Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! And yes using the ‘75 cab.
     
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  3. cgm147

    cgm147 Well-Known Member

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    Bump!! Any updates?

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  4. Nakoma

    Nakoma Well-Known Member

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  5. Nakoma

    Nakoma Well-Known Member

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    Not many updates....it’s been a rough couple months. However, I did get the rear truss. I went with an Artec. I have not yet welded it into place. I have notched one side of the frame in the rear for clearance of the rear axle. Next up is to finish notching the rear part of the frame and notching the frame for the front axle. Then get the truss for the front axle and get both axles set in place under the frame. Then install the final fish plates and get the welds done on the frame.......it’s a slow process.....
     
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  6. SNOWzuki

    SNOWzuki Well-Known Member

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    That's some sweet work there!!!
     
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