88GMCtruck's 98 Silverado Towpig Build: "Black Fox"

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  1. dhunt

    dhunt Newbie

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    We're is that link


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  2. Biggershaft96

    Biggershaft96 Resident 4l60e killer

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  3. dhunt

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    Thanks. That was very nice


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  4. 88GMCtruck

    88GMCtruck I'm all 8-Luggy!

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    What about wheels?

    Thanks guys!

    I'm glad the trailer is gone at this point, and i miss the 99 ALOT. I wish i still had it, but i wouldn't have a use anyway so.... meh.

    Yeah, there hasn't been as much of that this year, lots of little things here and there. I'm hoping next year i can build a small shed/garage in the back.
     
  5. dave_erald

    dave_erald Narcissist candidate for the NOOA, need a sponsor

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    Oh I just want your wheels is all.

    Still going to follow the build even if you wont sell em.
     
  6. dhunt

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    If you had the choice of engine in your crew cab would it be the 454 or the 6.5?


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  7. 88GMCtruck

    88GMCtruck I'm all 8-Luggy!

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    :lol: no plans to sell these. A set recently sold on ebay in slightly better condition without tires for $1500...

    For the area I live in (lots of big hills) and the way I tow, 454 hands down. I can pin the throttle loaded up the pass and do 70 without the truck caring. 6.5L would probably kill itself, at least my old one would.
     
  8. dave_erald

    dave_erald Narcissist candidate for the NOOA, need a sponsor

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    1500 you say? I'm willing to spend some coin but maybe not that much


    And yeah for what you do, I bet that 454 is better. You also got a blower huffin down the throat of your mill. 6.5s come with a wee hair dryer that simply dont cut it
     
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    Been following this thread for some time, finally decided to create an account. Your truck makes me wanna spend so much money I don't have
     
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    Supercharged111 I'm Awesome

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    This truck is part of the reason I bought a crew cab dually, but my 454 came with a Whipple already on there. Now to see how bad of mpg I can pull down.
     

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