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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2007, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
 
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Narrowed front end

I know a couple on here have done it since I remember the articles. I did a search, but the post were so long ago no pictures show up, just the red "x". If you've done it, or have pictures of rigs with it, can you repost? And if you've done it, some writeup would be great also. I have the rear end figured out on the Jimmy already and am finishing it up hopefully this weekend. But I am undecided exactly how I am going to takle to front and would like some input. Thanks.
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Re: Narrowed front end

You can find a lot more info on CK5.

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Re: Narrowed front end

Nice. Damn your looks short! Mine's shrinking too by about 16" in the rear and quite a bit in width too.

As far as info here, I found that out. I started looking in CK5 about the same time I was posting here. The only problem with them is that I am not a paying member with all the viewing privledges so I don't get to see all the picts. I did some searching on Pirate too and have found sufficient info between the two to start hacking and burning wire. I'm hoping to finish up the rear this weekend and then it's on to the front. No rush, though. With all the snow on the ground and no heater or rear window in my rig, I'm not that hyped to get her out until spring anyway. Thanks.
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