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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Did you have to shrink that? If you change the original picture to jpeg you can make it way bigger before hitting the size restriction.

Truck looks good from what I can hardly see. /wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif

1978 K20 - 355ci, np208, 700R4, 7" Total Lift

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What's that Quicktime stuff? When I see the truck I see it in a QuickTime movie window. (maybe it's just my computer) Truck looks badass though! What kind of Solid axle conversion is that?? the diff is on the passenger side! Is it a home job? if so what combination of parts did you use? Maybe a ORU conversion kit with a chevrolet front end?

If someone with the 4WAL system did the conversion, could they still keep the 4WAL, or would they have to junk it for the older axle?


Discussion Starter · #4 ·
yea can you change to a .JPG file and repost. the .BMP file you have on there isnt even clear enough for me to see on my machine. .JPG is a better format - higher quality at a lower file size

Mike ~
* Earnhardt Forever *

89 Chevy K1500 - 350TBI/700R4/NP241 - 3" lift - 33's
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