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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by No_Respect, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. No_Respect
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    I own a 47 gmc truck that i placed on a s-10 frame but the frame is from an long bed extended cab 125 inch wheel base (had a friend pic it up for me told him long bed) so i have this really ugly weel base so i thought i would ask what you guys think of my foto shop idea that i did on a random truck from a google search
    Jared
     
  2. No_Respect
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    Damn it the picture is to big and i cant shrink it? or can i
     
  3. shit, apparently you cant do anything...:eek: :D ;)
     
  4. eberhama
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    extended cab, long box? :confused: I didn't think they made one.
    Standard cab, long box seems to be the frame of choice.

    S-10 wheelbase:

    Shortbed...108"
    Longbed....117"
    Ext Cab......122"
     
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  5. 53sled
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  6. No_Respect
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    how about this
     

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  7. 53sled
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    heres one
     

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  8. No_Respect
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  10. 48fordnut
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    looks good with the chop.
     

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