My 95 K1500 Build

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  1. Dylans95Chevy

    Dylans95Chevy OBS Enthusiast

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    Nothing beats working on a truck thats packed full of snow and ice that starts melting. Got upper and lower radiator hoses replaced and oil change done finally. Also have been looking into monstaliner, have there 40 chip set on the way to look at some colors. Thinking about doing the whole truck in bedliner as apposed to a standard paint job. Picking up a tool box tomorrow or tuesday. Also going to be ordering some parts to do the suspension and steering as its all worn out. Going with moog steering components and a arms, bilstein shocks, and ord heavy duty shackles and u bolt flip.
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    Jorge6.5 I'm Awesome

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    You will really like the ord flip kit. I recently put one on my truck and love it because the plates and bolts are super heavy duty
     
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    Hell yea, going to eventually get the leaf spring bushing kit from them as well.
    Relocated the trailer brake controller becuase Im tired of hitting it.
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    Installed the used tool box I picked up
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    Nice HVAC controls! Where can I get one? Lmao! Just kidding. Looking good man!
     
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    Haha thanks! And its a super simple diy mod, just pop the knobs out, take the screws out holding it in, then very gently pull on it and it should fall apart lol. Once I heard it crack a little bit and noticed it was seperated I just ripped it the rest of the way out.
     
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    98MNChevy I'm Awesome

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    I'm digging the two tone blue paint and the blue interior! Truck looks pretty good and solid for its age and miles.


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    Thanks! Its in great condition for its age. obviously mostly all moving parts and bushings are worn out. But theres no major rust, just alot of surface. I like the blue outside, but hate the blue inside, It will be swapped for gray eventually since Im going to pull the dash anyway to replace the heater box.
     
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    Swapped out the intake tube for a 305/v6 intake tube today. Not really much of a difference but looks better.
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    Merry Christmas everyone!
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    And got the color chip set from monstaliner
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    1994chevymanual I'm Awesome

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    not to bad of a truck
     

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