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New guy in Florence

#1
Howdy. I picked up a 1984 Chevy K10 about a year ago and one day it'll be worthy of some off-roading (still getting it good at on-roading right now). Thought I'd drop by and introduce myself. If anyone's in the area I'm easy to pick out, just look for the mix-matched colors and listen for the terrible exhaust leak.

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#3
I just finished rebuilding the axles and putting in a little lower gears. My plans are front and rear lunchbox lockers, 33's and a 4" lift. I want an off-road capable rig that I can still drive around town without hating it. Tube doors for the summers since I don't have A/C. One day in the distant future I'm going to pull the 305ci and drop in a crate 350ci.

I bought it for the sole purpose of having a project that I could have some fun with. I'm not sure what it'll look like in the end, I just always wanted a manual trans, single cab, 1/2ton.
 
#5
I just finished rebuilding the axles and putting in a little lower gears. My plans are front and rear lunchbox lockers, 33's and a 4" lift. I want an off-road capable rig that I can still drive around town without hating it. Tube doors for the summers since I don't have A/C. One day in the distant future I'm going to pull the 305ci and drop in a crate 350ci.

I bought it for the sole purpose of having a project that I could have some fun with. I'm not sure what it'll look like in the end, I just always wanted a manual trans, single cab, 1/2ton.
sounds like a cool plan, I agree I love a Single cab manual trans full size truck. I always thought one of the dodge half tons would be fun in that configuration.
 
#6
Nice to see someone from this side of the state! I'm over in Hartsville. When you get ready to test it out give me a shout. I know a guy that has a trail loop with obstacles on it right outside Bishopville. GL! Keep us posted. If you ever end up over here give me a shout and stop by!
 
#7
Nice to see someone from this side of the state! I'm over in Hartsville. When you get ready to test it out give me a shout. I know a guy that has a trail loop with obstacles on it right outside Bishopville. GL! Keep us posted. If you ever end up over here give me a shout and stop by!
Sweet, living on the freaking coastal plane means it's hard to find anywhere good to ride. I now regret not doing this while I was living in the upstate.

I work in Darlington, so I'm over that way pretty often.
 
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