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smurph20
Last Activity:
Feb 8, 2019
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Birthday:
Jan 9, 1979 (Age: 40)
Location:
Clyde, Arkansas 72717

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smurph20

Full Access Member, 40, from Clyde, Arkansas 72717

smurph20 was last seen:
Feb 8, 2019
    1. Mr Clean
      Mr Clean
      need your full name Brad. Go look at the post I took a pic for you.
    2. smurph20
      smurph20
      I get paid the 24 of this month can I pay you then? This would be such a big help.
    3. Mr Clean
      Mr Clean
      It's just a plug and play thing, I just found the delay box. Send me your address. I'll get it into the mail tomorrow. Just pay for shipping. it's been sitting here for a couple of years doing nothing. if one of my SB bother can use it, I'm happy to give.
    4. 89Suburban
      89Suburban
      Where ya been hoss?
    5. crazy4offroad
      crazy4offroad
      Yeah he posted at 5AM EST. I would be getting the **** out of Okla-fuggin-homa. We get very much smaller tornadoes here once in a great while so my nerves couldn't tolerate what he has to go through.
    6. crazy4offroad
      crazy4offroad
      I used 1/4" thick 8" C-channel. Overall is 74" which brings it an inch or 2 narrower than the fenders. Didn't really want it sticking out past the sides. 1/2" thick plate steel frame brackets pass through the bumper at the outsides of the frame rails, and that's where the taper and push back begins, outside of the brackets. Both ends taper down to 4". There is about 2" of rearward deflection of both sides, which made me have to bend the ends of the grill lower filler panel down/back a little for clearance. Didn't think it would look right just being a flat steel bumper out there with no shape. Also the lower lip of the "C" was removed on the tapered ends to help shed mud instead of holding it on like a little shelf, and once everything was seam welded with 7018 low hydrogen rod it still retains a very stiff rigidity, good enough to push down 6" trees without bending. 6- 3/4" bolts (5/8" shaft) hold the bumper to the frame, 3 on each side. Hope this helps! :cheers:
    7. 80shortwide
      80shortwide
      Hey brad its Billy from work.
    8. 89Suburban
    9. 78 Chevyrado
      78 Chevyrado
      Pretty close. I'm about 10 or so miles from there. I go through there fairly regularly.
    10. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      I'd say it would have to be the ground then to the tank. Maybe take the ground off the frame and scuff it up with some sand paper, and also scuff up the frame there before bolting it back on. If sender is new, switch is new, I'd have to go with ground.
    11. smurph20
      smurph20
      Yea its in a 2000 i think S-10 4.3 truck. How hard is it to fix that is it total rebuild or what.
    12. HotRodPC
      HotRodPC
      Man, I don't text for shit. Is this a 4L60-E trans? IIRC, lose R and 3rd you have a broken sunshell, which is the #1 failure for 700r4 and 4L60-E.
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  • About

    Birthday:
    Jan 9, 1979 (Age: 40)
    Location:
    Clyde, Arkansas 72717
    First Name:
    Brad
    Truck Year:
    1986
    Truck Model:
    K20
    Engine Size:
    350/SM465/NP208/4.10's
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