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my Flareside will still do a burnout!!!!!!!!!!!! i have been having trouble getting to do one here lately cause the brakes were adjusted and the motor is getting tired. but with it being so warm today i guess it was running better. when i went to do a brake stand to try to further diagnose my vibration i started doing a burnout. so i said **** it and kept going and everyone around me at the stop light started honking their horns. i dont know if they were mad or liked it. im betting the first.
ok i felt like jumping in joy.
this is all.
92 Flareside 165,000 miles
5.0 .030 overbore, Trick Flow Track Heat Heads, Comp Cam XE-264HR, 1.72 Scorpion Roller Rockers, Pacesetter Headers
Built By Twice Blown Racing Lebanon, TN 615-944-5650 @ 164,460 miles
AOD Rebuilt/Upgraded @ 159,450 miles
Must be in the air Chris, I did a grand performance out of the parking lot at work Wed. Just a reminder to the chebby boys who's in charge.
hell yeah. i also did this exhaust clip of the 88 and drove it bout total of 50 miles runnin the hell outta it. im surprised theirs any tires left in the rear how many peel outs i did from stop lights and drifts i did.
My exhaust and rear fenders are all furry with black rubber from the brake stand I did yesterday. My 35's really shed some rubber! My son was in the truck, and he couldn't believe the cloud of smoke that engulfed us.
__________________ 2008 4x4 F250 FX4 Supercab 6.4L PSD
Toyo Open Country M/T 37x13.5x20 on stock rims - K5LA train horn - Warn HD winch bumper
Trucks are light in the rear too, disc brakes with weight on them are quite productive. LoL
I really want 4.10's but all axles I've found have drums with them so far, I wonder if the disc is all that much better, ambulance's are heavy and have drum.
I knew a guy with a 4x4 ext cab step side that wouldn't spin the rear tires, and he had a 351W, upside is, tires are expensive.
My wheelchair has yet to stop me from wrenching on my vans.
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