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  1. Morgy

    Tubing bender ideas

    If your just doing a few bends here and there in the garage I see no reason to have a powered bender. The handle and all the leverage is fine even with .120 material. I always thought I would upgrade to power, but even after a full chasssis and alot of smaller projects I'm just fine with a little physical work. Plus it goes slower so you screw up less tubing ;)
  2. Morgy

    FREE Northstar V8..

    The custom power steering bracket alone is worth the asking price
  3. Morgy

    091 Tramsmission Problem.

    Had the same exact set up for 13 years.....never ever had a clutch disc look like that. Either something is wrong or someone is learning to drive. Go with a Stage 3.
  4. ONE Douglas beadlock.15"3.5" back space5.5" wide No cracks or bends.Includes ring but no hardware....just takes regular bolts. Call or text Scott 623-229-7395
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    Ron Davis Dual Pass Radiator - no fans

    I honestly cant tell you....I bought it as is and never checked it. Previous owner said it didn't leak.
  6. Used Ron Davis radiator. 34" wide 18.5" tall 2 3/4" thick Bought it for a project but don't need it anymore. No fans. $75 Text or call is best! 623-229-7395 Scott
  7. BoydCo 4 Seater Desert/Sand carI built this rail from the ground up over 13 years ago. It has had 12 seasons in the sand dunes, lots of trips to Baja pre-running, 4 trips to Moab to rock crawl with all the Jeeps, 2 starts and podium finishes in Whiplash in the Sportsman class, many miles running on the road and even driving down and back to Mexico. It was built to be as reliable as possible and has never let me down. This rail gets driven all year long and is a perfect real pre-runner, rock crawler, and sand duner.Details:- 4 seat chassis built out of .120 and .095 DOM tubing. X-bracing at both B and C pillar. Heavy duty roof rack that will accommodate a 35" spare tire, specific cooler, and gas cans. Also has bass boat seat set up on top for watching the drags or waiting for your racer to show up in the pits.- 1996 4.3 V6 Chevy Vortec engine. All stock except for Howell engine wiring harness and headers/Flowmaster muffler. Has 100 watt alternator (rebuilt last year) and a Optima red top battery.- 091 VW Bus transmission with ALL Weddle gearing. Has the billet pinion sleeve upgrade and the German 4 spider diff. Trans is mounted in 4 different areas. Serviced every other year with new bearings and was just freshened up and re-installed. Has the lowest first gear (4.38 to 1) for rock crawling and trailer loading. Works great in the dunes and 3rd gear will pull you around the dunes all day. - Kennedy Stage 3 clutch and 6 puck disc.- CNC big reservoir clutch and brake assembly with residual valve and turning brakes. All brake lines are hard lined except for suspension pivot areas.- Gear One 4 piston rear brakes and 2 piston front brakes- Front suspension arms are Foddrill 4"+ arms and Foddrill King Kong 3 degree raised spindles....all race parts.. Beam is 10" wider. Suspension travel is 16" with limit strap. King 2.0 shocks completely dialed in.- Rear suspension is semi-boxed trailing arm with King 2.5" shock that has also been re-valved many times for the best overall ride. 16" of suspension travel with limit strap. Car rides awesome over all terrain including big whoops.- PCI Roadmaster Race Radio and also interchangeable CB radio mount with both antennas and wiring.- Mil-spec wiring with two dome lights, tail lights, amber light, and 6 large 8" 100 watt units. All switches are water proof style.- Tire package includes 2 rear 33" paddle tires on Douglas bead locks. Two rear 33" BFG Mud Terrains also on Douglas bead locks and front tires are 33" Baja Pro's on bead locks.- Car has 21 grease zerks on suspension and steering. They were greased every trip and I have never had to replace any bushings or tie rod ends.- Heavy duty full floor pan (Rhino lined on top) and double layer ½" rear skid plate under transmission and full engine skid plate.- Chassis and all side panels are powder coated....Tubing is hammer tone gray and panels are Shocker Green.- 5 point Crow harnesses with sub-belts. Seats are Renegades with tweed seating areas and rear storage pockets on all 4.- Front windshield with safety glass that is easily removable with 4 bolts.- Rockford Fosgate 4 channel amp (mounted under roof for weather protection), 2 - 5.25" Polk 2 way speakers (also mounted under roof) and a Bazooka tube for some bass. I-pod or Aux cable hookup and phone mount.- Rear hubs are 930 stub axle style with special built 3 bearing per side.930 German Lobro CV's with fresh prep and brand new boots. Sway A Way axles.- Charlynn power steering system with Howe pump (1 year old) and the big Saco rack.- 92" wide rear width with paddles. 115" wheelbase. 16' overall length.- AZ titled and Vin #Car has been dialed in for many years and prepped and maintained diligently. Car does have some very minor bumps and bruises but still cleans up great and doesn't show any abnormal wear and tear. Car just had a full prep and is ready to hit the dunes or desert. Located in the North Phoenix area.Many more pictures available.$19,000 or open to to car/truck/interesting trades.
  8. Morgy

    Anyone Know? Buckshot Bullet Hub Size?

    If you can't return the 5x5.5"s, let me know....I would be interested in two of them.
  9. Morgy

    4.3 Vortec V6 ?

    This is season number twelve for my 4.3 and an 091. Never broke it and it gets driven at least every other weekend at the dunes in the winter. Trans gets tore down and inspected after every 2 seasons with new bearings/sychros/etc. Did have a missing tooth off the ring gear a couple years ago upon tear down....but she was still going and I had no idea. As stated before, pretty much leave it in 3rd gear the whole time unless I'm coming up to a steep hill or hole I didn't see. 4th gear for the huge bowls or sand highway. No idea of rpm because no tach.....but I would say around 3-4k rpm all day. No need to really rev the heck of of the 4.3....just kinda makes more noise. If your consistently breaking transaxles, you aren't driving your car correctly for what it is. Period.

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