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Bagged or lowered international pickup pics?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by kingpins, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. Dang, some really nice binders.
     
  2. JBOLTON
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    Thanks..spent a lot of time on it. Regret selling it but the money was needed at the time to fund another project..story of my life haha.
     
  3. RatPin
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    If anybody's interested I just put up a picture thread of my current bagged '54 build.

    1954 R-100
     
  4. kingpins
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    very nice thread ^^^^
     
  5. pdxbinder
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    from portland

    i dearched, flipped and notched my '65 1100. no bags. six inch drop, still with full travel! my low flying tractor at billetproof nw 2011:

    [​IMG]
     
  6. sololobo
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    Here is a sweet one I saw at the Rollin Bones pit stop inMarquette, Ne. at 383strokers cool shop. Dig it man. ~sololobo~
     

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  7. yetiskustoms
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  8. kingpins
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    got any more pics of this?
     
  9. yetiskustoms
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    [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  10. kingpins
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    my soon to be project in the corner, sold the suspension to buy air bag suspension[​IMG]
     
  11. kingpins
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  12. modelamac
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    Here's one I built a few years ago... a '54 model.

    it was a pain in the ass.... nothing went smooth.

    but when it was done it drove good and I sold it... LOL
     

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  13. rickl
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    These are great pics. I'm currently in dis-assembly but I'm planning to lower my 46 binder a bit.
     

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  14. Dingding79
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    Hi. Need help to lower my 68 c1100. Does any one have any tips?
    o
     
  15. Dingding79
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    image.jpg Need some tips on how to lower 68 c1100. Ps love the old inters.... Thanks heaps
     
  16. rusty rocket
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    mustang 2 it. you can pick what ever ride hight you want.
     
  17. Dingding79
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    Sorry for ignorance.... What does that mean?
     
  18. rusty rocket
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    Put a mustang II front suspension on. I dont know if anybody makes a crossmember for binders so chances are a guy would have to buy a universal crossmember,notch it to what ever ride hight on your frame.
     
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  19. kingpins
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  20. '48IHC
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    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1453163725.703563.jpg

    mine is the green 47 with a 41 K clip and bed and the lower red 48 is a fellow HAMB'er ride (terraizer). Both on s10 frames. Sorry Chris don't mean to steal your thunder I had to post the inspiration for my '47!

    ImageUploadedByH.A.M.B.1453163805.856619.jpg
     

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