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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-07-2002, 10:15 PM
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Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

Ok I cut the frame flush with the spring hangers and chopped off that rediculous hitch thingamabob. Then I bolted a 34" x 6" x 1/4" plate on top of the frame which is the rear bolt on point for the rest of the bed and will be welded on a whole bunch. Hehehehehe. Anyway here's a few pics. Comments are appreciated.



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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

Well, it's nice to see someone else getting work done even though I can't. Nice work so far. Get that welder yet? Are you going to build a jig to build the deck of the rezzy bed or what?

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Good job, looks pro.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

Snoogybear Willys - Thanks, that means a lot to me. I'm delivering my 36's tomorrow to Captain Crunch in Watertown at the Zoo ( I know that souds absurd but it's all completely true! ) and plan on buying a welder there. I really really want the Lincoln AC 225. I'm not building a jig because everything is basically square. I may have to build one for the exo cage front clip hugger though.

OH BTW - I'm transplanting my rear bumper to the front with a little angled cutting.

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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

way to go. how soon do you think the Rezzybed is gonna be Done? How Are YOu gonna get a Rear Bumper on the front. Oh i bet you dont have the stock bumper do you.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

UGHH! YOU have saddle tanks! YOU have SADDLE TANKS![img]images/icons/shocked.gif[/img]

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No just kidding! [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img][img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img][img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
Do wish I had the saddle tanks instead of the one single 20 gallon! Then I coulda had my pipes straight back like you! Although mine have 12" glasspacks! [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img][img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

i have saddle tanks. both my deisels do. i dont like em. mostly cuz te switch in my GMC doesnt work, and one tank on my Scottsdale leaks. so kinda worthless to me. so i really only have one 12 gallon tank. and it sucks i have to fill up like every 4-5 days. i think im gonna fix the switch on my GMC though. would like to have 2 tanks functioning properly.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

If its the switch it cheap but if its the selinoid on the frame rail its a dealer only part that costs $108![img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] Also dont you mean 20 gallons cause from my knoledge all diesels came with 20s. That and i think they only made 16 and 20 gallon tanks. Why dont you use parts from one to the other to make it work.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

Hey, screw saddle tanks in the [censored]! I HATE them, you can drive your [censored] to SD and take them for all I care! Those pipes are run inside the frame rail width all the way back under what used to be the bumper. I am removing ther saddle tanks and replacing them with a 31 gallon K5 tank and cutting the exhast off behind the cab and turning it up on the side of the bed.

Drey - No no no, why in the hell would anything I had to fabricate be stock, icky chrome crap! The bumper is a hunk of 4" x 8" x 1/4" tube.

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Re: Rezzybed Part 003 - Flush Cut Mofo Jam

Good stuff RJ, Its fun to have a bare frame to work with eh!!

You're still planning on buying a stick welder right???

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