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Got some new stuff for the f




 
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Your wife is going to shoot you if that was wrapped and under the Christmas tree,lol. Glad to hear Santa comes early to your house too.
 
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Looks

Glad to see you're finding all the goodies you need. How's the roll pan comming along? Like to see more pics.
 
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Very Nice Truck, Although I'm a bit jealous of some of your Christmas gifts you posted.lol
 
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Originally Posted by Björn View Post
Guys need your help if you take a look at the picture
Can you tell me what the box is neer de radio
And it's no calculator
when you zoom in you see it
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You did not throw away that amazing cow/chicken/pig/dog noise thing???

Man I want one now.
 
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Old 12-12-2010, 03:46 PM
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@Zoot here are some pictures
But still looking for the lights that are in that roll pan (no one has them)






 
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That looks like my wire job!
 
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only this wire has to leave (fell apart )

So new wirring
new window (one window has a crack in it)
looking for a steering collom (ididit /helix )
 
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You did not throw away that amazing cow/chicken/pig/dog noise thing???

Man I want one now.

give me your adress i will send it to you
 
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need some help guys, looking for a steering collum(collum shifter) but witch brand ?


ididit/helix/flaming river /other
 
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Love those wheels!!! What are they?
 
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TAIL LIGHTS

Looking good so far. As far as the tail lights are concerned, there should be a listing of sources at the end of the article. If not you can email the editor of the mag and ask him. If you can't get in touch with him, I'll try for you. The steering column is something I'm trying to decide on myself for my truck. Ididit has a great reputation for quality and is used on many high $ builds. I saw a chrome one from CCP, Southern Rods, and Speedway Motors which is chrome and only $289. It's probably a China copy. Looks good though for the price. If anyone has one please post a reveiw. Good luck with your build
 
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steering column

i got one from speedway motors, it came in a ccp box for the same price from either place, it came with tilt column and a column shifter, it also came with 2 drive plates 1 for overdrive and 2 lower brackets for the linkage to the transmission. for the price i am real happy with it i used a 30in column and a 4 1/2 drop like midfiftys say to do in their catalog it seems to be short as it only sticks out of the fire wall about a 1in to 11/2 inches but that worked out better because i made an extention and it was small enough to miss my headers chrome looks good and it had a polished or chrome shifter handle and billit tilt hazard and turn sig handles
 
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STEERING COLUMN

That's got to be the same column as the one I'm looking at. Thanks for posting a review of it. I don't need the shifter on the column, but how is the quality of the unit ? Is it made of thin gauge metal? Have you installed and driven with it yet? Sounds like a nice unit for the price. Thanks
 
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I got an ididit. I like it alot so far but can't tell if it's the r&p or the turning ratio in the column but the self canceling signals don't always cancel. Comfortable and good looking column I think.
I don't know what thin would be to you but you could beat someone with and not have very many dents I would think
 

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