I'm not a religious person or a church goer. But, thats how I feel about my garage. It's my sanctuary. It's where things are saved, put together, kept safe and I can totally be myself, from happy to so mad I have to step away. I'm just not a fan of Wix filters, but this ad really makes sense.
Less part count, simplified assembly. A lot of the parts are molded together. Some parts aren't molded at all. Just a beginner kit. But, with some imagination and extra parts, these really transform into something great.
Now that I found my thread after a small adventure into the pages of the bench section. Thanks for all the comments guys. Figured I go ahead and at least say thanks for the comments and I'm hoping to get something done on this, this month. I've got too many projects going. I'm gonna say it now, no more new truck projects till I get a few done.
Very nice, no, awesome stuff man. I can't imagine how rough it was packing that chute. What did you use for the spring inside, I didn't see that. Just kiddin, I think that could be a detail left out. This is just awesome man. If you keep at it, you could have this done for DSC. Lookin forward to the next update.
The only aluminum parts Jamie has are fenders. He does a very nice selection of parts. If you go on ebay, Rhino sells some aluminum, stacks, bumpers, visors and other things. Check in the aftermarket section. There's a thread title current truck aftermarket with most of the people selling truck parts. I'm really lookin forward to seeing this project Jim. Are you gonna stretch the frame at all? That would really look cool with that reefer.