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    Re: Project Hatewagon

    Chop chop man... We got wheeling to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drizit View Post
    Chop chop man... We got wheeling to do.
    You are damn right we do.

    First stop Timbers. That thing needs to get re-acquainted with cherokee tree.
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    Re: Project Hatewagon

    Quote Originally Posted by punisher-one View Post
    you are damn right we do.

    First stop timbers. That thing needs to get re-acquainted with cherokee tree.
    lmfao!!!!

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    I'll be right home to get to work on it to keep you guys happy, AWOL charges aren't a big deal are they? Nah, probably not...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberlake View Post
    I'll be right home to get to work on it to keep you guys happy, AWOL charges aren't a big deal are they? Nah, probably not...
    That's the attitude I want to hear!

    LOL.

    Just get it done by October so we can wheeeeeeeel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberlake View Post
    AWOL charges aren't a big deal are they? Nah, probably not...
    I don't have any personal issues with em myself...

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    Must be nice^

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPiNx...ature=youtu.be

    "your silly automatic is for girls..." that's a little more politically correct way of saying unlike the one night some old timer stopped by my garage and said...

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    Re: Project Hatewagon

    Bahahahaha

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    What could this pile mean...




































    Holes that are there on purpose, not because they are rusted out!!! Now just to close them back in... Big thanks to Punisher-One for coming over today
    Last edited by MattK; 09-28-2013 at 05:21 PM.

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    So Vince came over again on one of my extremely rare Mondays in Southern Ontario and some progress was made. We did the drivers side inner first as it was a little trickier due to the fuel fill lines but it came out really good in the end. Despite a less than ideal welding setup, Vince made it work. Big thanks again brother!


    The front of the wheel well still needs to be closed in and some seam sealer and rocker guard sprayed on, but it's already a huge improvement over the gaping hole from the day before
    The passenger side will go much easier, with far less crap in the way lol.
    Last edited by MattK; 10-01-2013 at 10:10 PM.

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    Time to bring this thread up to speed. Truck has been at Crewfab for a month and a bit with a pile of steel. Here's the results!


    Important to note, a huge thanks goes out to Jacob at Crewfab and Tim at TMR. Jacob cracked the rear end open to fix a leaking seal and found a wrecked ring gear. Not normally an insurmountable obstacle except for the fact that I am out west for work with cell reception equivalent to what you'd expect to have in a concrete bunker. These two worked together with limited input from me to order, deliver and install the new r and p before I get home. A huge shoutout to both and many thanks for the above and beyond level of customer service.

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    bring it to my shop i will gladly start throwing parts at it
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    Unless you're gonna throw ori's and a 5.3 vortec at it I can't see it being worth the drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberlake View Post
    Unless you're gonna throw ori's and a 5.3 vortec at it I can't see it being worth the drive
    i have 2 5.3 vortec engines here but one is being used in a project and the other has 350,000km

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    I think I'll pass, not to hard to find a low mileage truck that a youngster wrapped around a pole... but realistically, I'm done modifing for a while... time to enjoy the damn thing.

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    I dig the lines of that front bumper. Don't forget to use the camera when you go for a rip.
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    Agreed^ I love what Jacob did with the front bumper! I gave him a very basic outline of what I wanted and he slammed it out of the park. Pics and vid will definitely be in abundance once I get back!

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    I hate being the guy to say this but.... the cage needs more trianglation. What would stop or resist the cage folding during a side roll? it looks good, and the A piller's rock, but I'd add an X on the b hoop and C hoop.

    And when will this beast live in the Valley?
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