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Old 10-16-2010, 12:19 PM
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Talking New IH 9670 Quick Over Haul.

Well I am waiting for some paint to dry on the 1850L before I can move one so onto a little project. Ok so I go this truck for another member over on RCC last week. I got the Glob Liner with full bearings and other parts and I got the Tamiya Flat Bed also with full bearings. Now I really liked the color and the rough old school look so it just went threw a one night little over haul.

Ok so here is what I put on it..

King Hauler Frame Rails
Full Deck Plate
Shortened Front Bumper Mount
PMD Texas Blank
My 7 inch Style Stacks
RC4WD Haulers on Rear
Added Visor and Black Pin Stripe
55 Turn and 6 Tooth Pinon
Castle Sidewinder ESC "For Now" MFU to Come

Ill be getting Alcoa wheels from Steve and new fuel tanks down the road here. Also I still have to make a new drive shaft Ill to that tomorrow and I and going to make air cleaner stacks too..but here are the before and afters.

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Old 10-16-2010, 12:43 PM
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thats a great looking build
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Old 10-16-2010, 10:31 PM
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thats a great looking build
Hey thanks much for the great comment on the truck..

Ok so in the little time I had today when I was home or not working on the 1850L van truck I got a few more things done. I made for Alum quarter fenders and painted them up also I painted the deck plate. Also I made up a set of dual air cleaner top hats for the truck and mounted the light plate. Also before I go to bed tonight I am going to put new long black mud flaps with weights on them..

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Old 10-19-2010, 12:07 AM
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Nice Stacks, did you make them?
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Old 10-19-2010, 01:36 AM
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Very very nice fenders ! do you have more pics of these ? how are they mounted on the frame ?

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Old 10-19-2010, 03:16 AM
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It looks much better with the longer Frame Rails.
I like your Stacks,they are pretty cool.

Waiting for the Pics with the new Fuel Tanks.
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:06 AM
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Nice Stacks, did you make them?
Thanks ans yes I did..

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Very very nice fenders ! do you have more pics of these ? how are they mounted on the frame ?

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No I don't but it is very simple.. It is just a L bracket bolted threw the top screw in the cross member bracket and then it is tight up too the shock mount.

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It looks much better with the longer Frame Rails.
I like your Stacks,they are pretty cool.

Waiting for the Pics with the new Fuel Tanks.
Michael
Thanks much.. Tank order is in for this truck and 4 others they are as perfect looking as can be as soon as they are in and on Ill post picks..
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Old 10-20-2010, 03:43 AM
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No I don't but it is very simple.. It is just a L bracket bolted threw the top screw in the cross member bracket and then it is tight up too the shock mount.
Thanx ! now i know what i have to do
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:35 AM
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Very nice looking truck. My next build will be a globe i think. If i can ever finish my first truck.
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Nice job Paul you realy broght this truck to life.

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Nice work! I have a stock glob liner back home and I am really getting some great ideas off your rebuild.. You fenders are right on and the stacks make a big difference along with the stretched frame. Have you gotten the new tanks yet any updates?
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Old 01-06-2011, 06:55 PM
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Nice work! I have a stock glob liner back home and I am really getting some great ideas off your rebuild.. You fenders are right on and the stacks make a big difference along with the stretched frame. Have you gotten the new tanks yet any updates?

Thanks much for the comments it is always great to see new people on the boards.. I have not gotten the new tanks yet but they are on order so i am hoping they will be in very soon..
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That is some great work. You had a really good looking base to start with and I am amazed how something as simple as outlining the wide stripes on the cab can make it look soooo much better.

What has happened with this build?
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:08 AM
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Nice simple clean up grade to truck that made a world of differnce ! looks sweet !
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i really like the paint job the cover plates on the frame look good how do you mount them flush with the frame? do you have to shave down the cross members first?
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