well in december i blew up the 366 motor in my 1980 c30 going down the interstate. it started knocking so now i have a rebuilt 366 from a 87 c70 straight truck with a 24ft box on it. To me i think it will be better than the old one as it newer and rebuilt i wanted the same motor since many people dont put this motor in the type of truck i got and plus i had my truck loaded weighing 10000lb and not have a problem pulling. anyone else have a 366 in their vehicle
"so far the truck i have has shoty wiring or starting and running my fans for my radiator but am hoping to get me a dixie horn for it to play out at some car shows to show off or to have fun out in a field in the mud"
A group for anyone out there who wants to do it theirselves.How to's, tips, tricks for the do it yourselfer.Post your own or see if anyone else has an idea of how to do it cheaper.We all want to save money.Let shelp each other.
Hey james you should do a little show truck thing with your pig. They look pretty cool with Semi truck wheels. There are adapters available for the 22 1/2" truck wheel.
Then if you four link the rear end with the Semi truck bags you can adjust the ride to what ever you got loaded. As an added pluss you give your truck a cool paint job with the adjustable air ride you can park it at a car show and let the air out the bags and drop the truck down for show and pick it back up when your done.
An if you really want to go super big find an old GMC or Chevy heavy hauler and blend the two trucks together for something real awesome.
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