Whitney Houston

Discussion in 'Member Builds' started by Phil Dammit, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. hrspwr236

    hrspwr236 Active Member

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    Thank you sir! Going to be bumped up on my wish list, waiting to find out about some leafs springs first!
     
  2. 05Tacorunner

    05Tacorunner New Member

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    Oooooooooooh such a cute little truck...................
     
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    Is it just me or is the fog light switch upside down? The truck in looking good tho.
     
  4. 05Tacorunner

    05Tacorunner New Member

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    I thought the same thing. My truck is opposite of that but when I googled to confirm you get pictures of it both ways. Also get images of companies that make them both ways,
     
  5. Phil Dammit

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    LOL, it's upside down. I never looked close enough to realize I did that. Makes no difference to me as I put it in a location that the lighting of it is blocked by my steering wheel so as to not distract my eyes.
     
  6. Torspd

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    It isn't upside down, Phil. It just looks right. :top:
     
  7. Phil Dammit

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    LOL, thanks Mark.
     
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    pretty sick build def like the lower option
     
  9. xrgilly

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    i have a chance to possibly seal the deal on a reg cab tomorrow I've never sat in one .. but I'm curious as to how tall u are phil ? i love the look of a reg cab but now I'm wondering if ill fit at 6'4"….i guess ill find out
     
  10. Phil Dammit

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    My buddy that is 6'2" was a little cramped, then again this is with buckets and my amp rack takes up about 6" of room off the back wall. I'm 5'10 so it's comfy for me. Are you a big ol bastard or a gangly tall guy?
     
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    6'4'' 235lbs …doesn't matter the truck turned out to be a bust anyway
     
  12. Gearbound

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    those wheels change the truck so much :smile:
     
  13. Phil Dammit

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    Finally put the rear sway bar in, what a difference.[​IMG]
     
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    Did you end up selling your wheels that I saw on craigslist a while back? Interested to see what there replacement might be?
     
  15. Phil Dammit

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    I did not, but I still want to sell the fronts. Just want to go non staggered with a 8.75 wide wheel wrapped in a 275/35/18 up front.
     
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    I have to support you on the the non staggered wheels :top: I am happy I stuck with that approach even if I do have a little bit of rubbing :rolleyez:
     
  17. Phil Dammit

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    Thanks, I'd be ok with them if they had a +20 offset option for the fronts that I do have. I could solve my dilema witha spacer but rather have more tire on the ground if Im gonna wheel space. Just looks mean, took a rear off and through it on the front. Looked so good.
     
  18. dwenrhod

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    Looking really nice...
     
  19. Phil Dammit

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    Whit clicked over 200k last week. Spitting a little oil at the rear main, valve cover, and a freeze plug but other then that shes still tickin. Need my work truck to show up so I can garage her slutty little ass and get started on sourcing a motor to swap in er and 4-link the rear.
     
  20. Phil Dammit

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    Been a minute since I've posted in here, back to doing more body work on Whit. Travelin back east last year took a toll on her. Finally did my fender braces, repaired the cracks in my fenders, and slathered on some bondo. Gonna work on sandin later tonight. Next stop swappin the 8.75 front wides for 9.75 530s.

    Ooo yeah I also got backed into at a local mall, nice hit and run. So all new paints happening in the next few weeks. Debating on doing a scewped hood.....
     

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