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    Junior Member New User jemarks's Avatar
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    just thought I would rejoin and let you all know where i am on my project since we all have the same taste in vehicles. this is a 93 c350, i have put in an 03 cummins common rail and many other items. my myspace has more pix of it and your more than welcome to ask questions or criticize my work. this truck my dad bought brand new in 93 he ordered it himslef, after he passed I bought it from my mother inlaw and have done all the work to make it my own or cool whatever you want to call it.
    thanks and hope you all like, gotta go
    Year:
    1993

    Model
    c350 classic


    Came From Factory as:
    f350 crewcab

    Vin: #
    #4 ENTER DATA#

    Vehicle history that I know:
    dad ordered it brand new in 93 with a 460


    DRIVETRAIN
    Engine:
    03 cummins diesel
    Transmission:
    47re dodge
    Transfercase:
    manual whatever dodge had at the time
    Rear end:
    dana 60 (i think) with a trutrac locker and chrome dif cover
    [COLOR#99ff66]Rear end Ratio:[/COLOR]
    4.10
    Front Axle:
    4x4
    Front hubs:
    automatic
    Wheels:
    weld 16x10 scorpio
    Tires:
    35x14.5x16 toyo at
    Fuel Tank:
    32 gallaon
    Weight:
    alot
    Length:
    long
    Height:
    tall
    Width:
    wide
    Wheelbase:
    from here to there lol

    INTERIOR OPTIONS
    Cloth or leather:
    cloth
    Front seats:
    40/20/40
    Power seat:
    driver only
    Second row seating:
    60/40
    Third row:
    quick release
    Heat AC:
    heat and ac
    Rear heat:
    floor or side mount heat and a/c
    Rear AC:
    side mount
    Rear window Defrost:
    yes
    Power Windows:
    converted to all 4 doors
    Power Door Locks:
    yes
    Power Tailgate window:
    yes
    Cruise Control:
    originally yes and still working on that
    Stereo:
    will have aftermarket stereo with nav and dvd
    Speakers:
    6
    Instrumentation:
    full with tach not much else yet
    Overhead console:
    no
    Dash and Door trim:
    carbon fibre
    Glass:
    tinted own a tint shop
    Spare tire Carrier:
    no spare tire
    Other:
    nothing as in creature comfort but in the works


    EXTERIOR OPTIONS
    Paint:
    bright white with white gost flames
    Running boards:
    chrome nerf bars
    Mirrors:
    power sport
    Roof Rack:
    yes
    Reciever Hitch:
    yes
    Rear Bumper:
    yes
    Tow package:
    yes
    Front air Dam:
    yes now
    Grille Guard:
    no
    Rear wind deflector:
    no
    Other:
    # no
    Misc Centurion notes:
    #61 ENTER DATA(e.g. frame spliced? where? shortened or lenghtend? Roof seam or seams? Dual tank switch still under dash?)#
    My current Mods:
    #62 ENTER DATA#

    My Future Mods:
    #63 ENTER DATA#

    anything else and on to the pics.
    #64 ENTER DATA#
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    Default Re: new user with an old truck

    Do you ever get down to east Phoenix we can get together or next time we go to Las Vegas we can get together.
    1979 F350 Crewcab Longbed 4x4 (being retro-restored)
    1969 Z28/RS/SS Convertible (being retro-restored) Mine!!
    [COLOR="Magenta"]1996 C350 Centurion 4x4
    2005 F350 4x4...work truck
    2006 Lincoln LS...son's Daily Driver
    1976 Bronco...Toy (Finished...Yeah!!!!)


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    Default Re: new user with an old truck

    that'd be cool to see more of.
    When your done with the gang affiliation activity today (church) or whenever... post up some pics of that there 6 banger!

    There is a guy rollin' around here in a 70 or so crew cab shorter box, Cummins, Dodge dash, air... D60 front.. etc, very cool older truck, nice white paint, regular 235/85/16 street tires... and it works daily as a puller, or drive-around, he ranches 80 miles out of the greater part of the valley, and I see it in town twice a week or so. (Jordan Valley OR is its home..., I am in Nampa ID.)

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    http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/inde...2690&i=5335240
    http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/inde...2690&i=5335235

    i am not really sure how to upload pix as it asks for a url. I will get some more pix of it on myspace so you all can check it out. it is currently down at the tranny shop getting some work done so it lasts. next is some traction bars and some engine work. stereo with navigation.

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    Default Re: new user with an old truck

    i have a close friend that lives in tullison. visit him about once a month. this truck will be very much road worthy shortly. I still need to convert the brakes to a hydro brake setup as there is not enough vacuum to stop it that well.
    truck has a shackle reverse kit toyo 35x14.50x 16 with welds. a/c was also pretty hard as we had to eliminate the stock fan and put electrics on. but overall a really clean install. look forward to possibly seeing you and your rig.
    thanks for the compliments

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    Default Re: new user with an old truck

    when you click reply at the bottom of this here page, go with "Go Advanced", then scroll to the botto more part of the page you land on and click the "manage attachments" link.... should explain itself at that point.

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