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GT version of a C10?

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Get your correct front wheels yet?
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C10- Cgt my gt version of a C10
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C10- Cgt my gt version of a C10

Duhh!! Now is get it. I sat there and racked my brain trying to figure it out before I asked the stupid question.
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I'm really digging this build. I was wondering on the thread title too. <akes sense. I'm glad to see you have the large rear window. Having the small one would of looked weird IMO Did you paint the frame of powder coat it?
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I'm really digging this build. I was wondering on the thread title too. <akes sense. I'm glad to see you have the large rear window. Having the small one would of looked weird IMO Did you paint the frame of powder coat it?
I painted the frame and powder coated the suspension pieces. I am working out of my poor mans paint booth on assembly so I can't paint the remaining pieces I need done until I get the truck rolling. My Mom moved into my assembly room /suite and my other two bays have my Tourliner and 34. It sucks not having enough space.
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I painted the frame and powder coated the suspension pieces. I am working out of my poor mans paint booth on assembly so I can't paint the remaining pieces I need done until I get the truck rolling. My Mom moved into my assembly room /suite and my other two bays have my Tourliner and 34. It sucks not having enough space.
You're doing great work, thanks for posting!
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