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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. HotRodPC

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    That's the problem, I don't notice it going down until it's all the way down and she's already half way out the window. Luckily it has a power window, power lock kill button too.
     
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    That is awesome!!! Yes the solidbstate module require a slight delay before releasing the switch-not a big deal tho! Your interior looks pretty clean!!
     
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    Very nice Cob! :wave:
     
  4. Old77

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    I agree. The modules work great!!!

    And thanks. The interior is clean for 30 years old. I'm in the process of giving it a refresh. Should be mostly done by the end of the summer
     
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    Nice little RetroMod.
     
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    Nice set up on the windows! I may need to look at the idea of adding the Auto down feature when i do the door swap on my '84.
     
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    Far from perfect but not bad for my first attempt at it. Got both rear doors "done" and will start on the fronts this week as time allows. Will include the auto down mod on them along with new window motors, greasing up the tracks and regulators and door panel refresh

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    Looks real good for first time..
     
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    Thanks! Gonna play with some thin mdf to get that panel looking better. Just gotta figure out how to attach it to the door panel if I go that route.
     
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    How bout blind nuts and fasten it from behind???.
     
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    Yep, for the first time... looks good. No worries, the kids sit back there anyway. I'm sure they won't notice the flaws. :laughing1:


    Don't be so hard on yourself. I don't think it turned out to bad at all Martha Stewart. :shrug:
     
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    Yeah that'd work. I'll have to google blind nuts, though. :lol: but if I'm thinking correctly something like that would be exactly what I'd need I'm betting
     
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    Thanks :handshake: I'm overall happy with it. Just need to fine tune some things but that's all part of trying new stuff out and learning :)
     
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    I use these quite a bit never have a problem with them..

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    Is that vinyl, leather or what type of fabric?
     

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