theblindchicken
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theblindchicken

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    1. Honky Kong jr
      Honky Kong jr
      Hey chicken how's your engine build going haven't seen anything in a while...
    2. Rohrs84GMC
      Rohrs84GMC
      Hey Random question... what do you do for a living?
      If it happens to be manufacturing and you don't love your job let me know.
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      2. theblindchicken
        theblindchicken
        Engineering Student working part time at the moment.

        Definitely appreciate the thought.
        Sep 18, 2017
      3. Rohrs84GMC
        Rohrs84GMC
        Well I work at SpaceX so if you ever are considering an internship let me know. I'd love to try and hook you up.
        Sep 19, 2017
      4. theblindchicken
        theblindchicken
        I'll definitely keep it in mind! Probably will be looking for an internship around next spring/summer!

        Thanks.
        Sep 19, 2017
    3. MikeB
      MikeB
      Addendum to my earlier post, since I am limited to 420 characters:

      The Energizer 272H10 is an old school cam that is easy on the valve train. Best I can tell it is also private labeled for Summit Racing as their SUM-K50052 cam and lifter kit. I ran the smaller 266H10 many years ago in a mild 383, and it is still one of my all time favorite cams.
    4. MikeB
      MikeB
      Didn't want to totally dominate your post about cam choice, but I just remembered this cam. Check out the "cruise RPM".

      Crane Energizer 272H10, P/N 10005

      272/272, 216/216, .454”/.454”, 110 LSA

      RPM power range: 1600-5400

      Crane’s description: Good low end and mid range torque, good idle, daily usage, off road, highway towing, fuel efficiency plus performance, 2600-3000 CRUISE RPM, 8.75 to 10.0 compression
    5. mr heavy-chevy
      mr heavy-chevy
      how did you get 35s to fit?
      they dont look like 35s in that picture..... i cant even fit 33s
    6. workinstif13
      workinstif13
      I Lived On The North Side For A Few Years Myself. Glad Im Not The Only One OuttThis way.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.gmsquarebody.com/threads/tbcs-k10.8994/
    Location:
    SoCal
    First Name:
    Christian
    Truck Year:
    1974
    Truck Model:
    K10 5" lift
    Engine Size:
    350-4, 0.030" over

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    Build Thread
    1974 K10 - 350/TH350/NP203
    5" Front / 4" Rear + 2" Body on 35's KO2's
    "Fix it 'til it breaks, then fix it some more."
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