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Old77's 87 3/4 2wd Burb

Discussion in '2wd Suburban, Blazer and Jimmy' started by Old77, Jul 27, 2015.

  1. RetroC10Sport

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    Did you get the correct 1977 Suburbun seat belts? :D
     
  2. Old77

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    Lol that 77 c10 suburban mod :D
     
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    Fixed that for you. :happy175:
     
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    :lol: The guy who took my pics apologized to me for the typos and I told him that I'm guessing it has a much bigger impact on LMC than it ever will for me. They need some help with the proofreading of someone who knows English AND the vehicles they sell parts for :roflbow:
     
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    You and all your internet friends calling them on their F-ups cuz you is famous!
     
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    I know how it is when publishers get shit wrong. I went to school with a girl who was my neighbor growing up. I used to go down to her house and get in the pool with her before her mommy came home from work. Later on as a very young adult, she was in a Hustler magazine and they didn't even spell her name anywhere close to right. How do you get Fancy Fiona out of Christine??? :shrug:
     
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    We ALL need PM'd pics of said layout or it never happened :pics-stfu::pics-stfu::pics-stfu:
     
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    Ohhh it happened. You have my word on that. I do not have that issue any longer. My bro says my mother found it and it was trashed. I could show you clean pics of her now, but she didn't age gracefully so I don't think you'd be interested. She sure was a naughty girl though, as far back as when were in Jr. High. She had no problem getting undressed and dressed in front of me either. That's when it all started. She knew what she was doing. :naughty:
     
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    So I'm one of the suburban groups on Facebook a guy posted pics of 15+ seats for the second row mocked up prior to install :hmm: fit like a glove!!! When he folded them down it wasn't flush, of course, but they did still fold down. Then I saw a thread on here showing a late model third row fitting REALLY nicely between the wheel wells so I think I'm pretty much sold on upgrading my seats with a late model set once funds become available! I will probably then store away my stock seats "just in case". I was pretty stoked when I saw the mock up pics of that second row because that was always the wild card for me :popcorn:
     
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    Sounds great, I also went ahead and measured out the set up from 2007 burb and all the measurments matched enough that it would work. Saving for it as well.
     
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    Nice!! Thanks for measuring for me :) I've done some looking and I see a lot of folks selling third row seats or second row seats but very few for the front and even fewer selling a whole set as a package. I have a feeling it's going to take a bit for me to find what I want in tan lol
     
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    Got the auto down mod done on the back two doors. Will hit the front doors next. Disregard me hitting the button twice. User error :rolleyes: thanks again @gmachinz

    https://vimeo.com/214341287
     
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    Very nice! I need this for my crewcab...

    I also need that second job, lol...
     
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    I'm finding out I don't care of auto down much. My daily ricer has it. I take my dogs for a ride, they touch the switch, boom the window is all the way down. Gurr Dog, if she see another critter, I have a feeling she'll be out that window before I realized it went auto down if she steps on the switch.
     
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    All you have to do is tap up and it stops it from going all the way down :)
     

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