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Old 07-04-2017, 08:56 PM   #151  
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I'm pleased with how the doors turned out.
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Good job on the speakers. I did the same thing last Summer in the RC. Except, I went with 6x9s. They sound good enough.
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I was gonna go with 6x9s but I got a good deal on the 6's. They are pioneer 3 way, rated for some ungodly wattage. It pained me to cut those doors, but I need to have tunes!
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I was gonna go with 6x9s but I got a good deal on the 6's. They are pioneer 3 way, rated for some ungodly wattage. It pained me to cut those doors, but I need to have tunes!
I hear that. Although, it's got to be loud to hear it over the CTD. LOL.
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I haven't been doing much on the FireWagon since I took it to Carlisle. It wasn't the nicest ride in its class, but it was the only old school 4 door, step side short bed, Cummins, 5 speed, four wheel drive truck there. I've got about 1300 miles on it since hitting the road in May, the only issues I've had were a leaking rear pinion seal. I need to re-route the exhaust to get some noise away from the cab and do some more interior work. Until then its a blast to drive, gets lots of compliments and runs pretty cheap at 19 mpg consistently. I'll post up more pics as it progresses.
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Finally got the back seat in. I used a front bench seat frame and did some mods to attach the 2007 cushions. Installed everything and added a set of 6x9 Memphis speakers to the rear compartment. I'll take it all apart and sandblast and paint the frame when I work all the squeaks out.
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The truck is looking good, and youíre driving it instead of staring at a pile of parts! Any new updates? Or are you too busy driving the beast? Around here, everyone has classic Chevys and Fords, but when they see a power wagon crew cab with a Cummins, they all stop and stare.
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That truck is soooooo freaking awesome. I would have stole it from you, when I saw it at Carlisle, but I was driving the brick, and the wife had the old, blind dog in tow, and she refused to be a part of a truck kidnapping..

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The truck is looking good, and youíre driving it instead of staring at a pile of parts! Any new updates? Or are you too busy driving the beast? Around here, everyone has classic Chevys and Fords, but when they see a power wagon crew cab with a Cummins, they all stop and stare.
No, new updates. I've been driving it as much as a can before PA DOT starts putting down salt and cinders. This thing gets a lot of looks from rubberneckers, and the occasional thumbs up.

If I have time and money this winter I plan to delete the OE heater box and install a Vintage AC kit, and spend about another million dollars on more Dynamat.
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That truck is soooooo freaking awesome. I would have stole it from you, when I saw it at Carlisle, but I was driving the brick, and the wife had the old, blind dog in tow, and she refused to be a part of a truck kidnapping..

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The dog or the wife refused?
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If I have time and money this winter I plan to delete the OE heater box and install a Vintage AC kit, and spend about another million dollars on more Dynamat.
Keep us posted. I just deleted my complete blower box (factory AC truck) yesterday, since the heater core started a small leak on my way home. Iím currently looking at the Vintage Air and Old Air Products setups. Thereís no direct bolt in for our trucks, so a little fab will be needed. Old Air Products was great on the phone, but they donít carry a Cummins compressor, so they will delete the cost of the compressor from the kit. I havenít called Vintage Air yet, but they have a decent reputation.
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Vintage Air has a good reputation, I haven't called them yet, but I have seen their products and they look very well put together.
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Appears we have the appreciation of divorced crew cabs and IPAs in common.

Excellent craftsmanship.

And updates?
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Iíll second that. Any updates? Iíve installed the Old Air Products Hurricane on my 73. Still need to get around to hooking up the AC side, but I have heat and a blower for now at least. Waiting to change my thermostat to a 190* before I give an honest review of the system. My temp never goes over 170* so, my heat output isnít as high as Iíd like to see. I can drive in a T-shirt when itís 35* out, but itís not getting HOT enough for me to recommend. It doesnít take up much room though, and Iíve made a ton of room in the engine compartment, so a big benefit will be space for compound turbos in the future. I hope yours is coming along.

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Got pictures of the Hurricane?
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