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    my transmission tunnel, will be running a two piece rear driveshaft to help with the driveline angles with the air ride and so I dont have to cut the floor more

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    going with a different look on the dash adding the eyebrow integrating into the doors

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    Door inner patched ✅

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    Just had to spend the money on sound deadening. Will be going on inside the doors, roof, and floor as well.

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    this rear panel is off the orange truck I started with in my earlier post, the cab was to far gone to be saved Atleast a part of the old truck gets to live on. New lower patches welded on with minimal distortion. Much happier with it now

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    Welding in my cab corner patches a few years back I had no idea what I was doing and warped the crap out of the rear panel. Glad to finally addressing this issue. Biggest regret on this truck so far

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    First time making a bead roller panel, also remade the circular notch in the firewall, the factory one being offset was driving me nuts

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  • Danno
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    Looks great the way you tucked it in

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  • Old Stuff
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    Love the patina on the truck. Keep on it!

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  • Braden49
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    Here are some photos when I boxed the frame in, chopped down the s10 spare time mount to give it a cleaner look, and made inserts so I can still access the bolts for the 4 link with keeping dirt out of the inside
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  • Braden49
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    A little hard to see but this is how I mounted my engine, 8 back and braced it to the lower control arm mount for added support.
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