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Feel free to list any current or future modifications as well.

 

1986 Chevy Scottsdale K10 doesn't really have much done to it besides a new intake an carb, with 20% tint all around right now its a daily driver and possible mud truck in the future.

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2006 GMC Sierra 1500 Custom tuned, 7" lift, 20" Ultra hunter wheels, 35/12.5/20 Cooper discoverer stt pro, cold air intake, Pacesetter long tube headers ceramic coated, 4.10 gears, HD upgraded transmission with shift kit, Custom pioneer stereo system, 5% tint all around, custom light bar with led offroad lighting, Led upgrades inside and out, weathertech mats, Hornblasters conductors kit 240 train horns, Custom Halo headlights (in process of upgrading to projector HID), LED cab lights, tow mirrors, tonneau cover, Fox shocks.  Currently in the shop getting all rust removed with new inner and outer rockers, cab corners, and frame supports, one bedside being redone, aftermarket fender flares.  And soon new exhaust to compliment the headers.

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2015 Silverado 1500 WT2 RCSB 2WD in Victory Red. 

 

King piggy back OEM coil overs up front refit with 600 # springs. 

Bell Tech 2" drop spindles. Lower ball joints modified to work with 17" OEM wheels. 

Deaver custom multi leaf 2" drop with spacer blocks removed sitting in Sulastic hangers. 

King piggy back OEM shocks

MOOG Camber Kits 

Trans thermostat delete (modified OEM)

Jet 170 F thermostat

K&N drop in air filter. 

Line-X bed and rear wheel wells plus undercoating.

GM box corner protectors.

Rail Caps stake pocket covers.  

Weather Tech no drill mud flaps

Weather Tech window channel mount shades. 

3M ceramic UVA/UVB/Infrared tint. Lemo 5% back and visor. 95% windshield and 15% side glass. 

3M Clear bra, hood, fender fronts, door recesses and door sills. 

Dee-Zee gate assist. 

Linear Logic Scan Gauge II. Custom X-Gauge programing.  

Rhino Stainless Step Bars

Lund soft roll up bed cover. 

GM bed matt.

WIX filters,.

Red Line lubricants. Motor, Transmission and Diff.

Sylvania Silverstar low beams.

 

Above list complete, lower list on the to do list:

 

Improved Racing trans stats and Setrab or Mocal aux cooler with dedicated fan and controler, AN6 trans lines with aux filter. 

PML alloy trans pan

Gleason Torsen 8.625" limited slip.

Grizzly 3.42 gear set.

B&M diff cover with cap support. 

Continental Cross Contact LX-20 245/70R17

 

The wish list:

 

Mosser prop shaft

Tweak some minor PCM/TCM settings. 

Bullet Proofed PATC 6L80. 

Minor interior tweaks like carpet maybe, some trim. 

Sound proofing

More rust protection. 

 

Before Top and after bottom suspension work. 1/2 drop front 3-1/2 drop rear.

 

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RED TRUCK CLUB

I like it.

Nice rides guys/gals.

Wow the old 86 brings back memories. Before computers took completely over.

Had a 2008 short bed like Grumpy's, yes it was red, traded for this 2015, with a few more bells and whistles.

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love the look of single cabs

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Yea, old fashioned pick-up.

Did some light work to it over the weekend.

Put on some marker lights and I too was about to cry when I was drilling holes in my truck :D

Front Markers

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Put some led back up lights in the step, worked out well.

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I usually back into my garage, the regular bulb back ups just weren't bright enough.

Did the back-up light / cargo light mod and put led's in, now I can light up the neighborhood.

Of course I needed rear markers.

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And I thought what the hell, might as well put some on the inside too.

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I don't know why Chevy doesn't put some lights on the floor board ? Now inside lights up nice.

These aren't the bright ones like I put on the rear step, I think these are 3watt and the ones on the step are 15 watt.

At least that's what the package said....

Now I'm waiting on some resistors to arrive so I can put led's in the parking and turn signals.

 

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4 hours ago, SarahsGMC said:

love the look of single cabs

Your 86 is begging for a stock make over with at touch of resto rod. Sweet truck. 

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maybe some day, my 06 is getting all my attention ive got thousands wrapped up into it and im never going to sell it, the 86 is just my backup

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I'll give it a good home. :rolleyes:

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it has a good home :thumbs:

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My 2015 Rally is a little newer than the your 06 but I am trying to catch you in terms of money spent on it. 

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well, one of my trucks is partually red:lol:

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here's my 2016 2500HD, mostly stock other than a 2'' lowering kit on the rear, JL sub, and some other random accessories.

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Hey y'all 2017 Silverado 1500 rally 1, pretty much bone stock aside from tinted front windows to match rears, weather tech mats, in channel rain gaurds. Soon to have rough country led pods mounted under the truck for back up lights and some other miscellaneous light mods coming soon. 

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Just leveled my truck 2” on the front and added wheels and tires. I now want to jack Red up, lol!

 

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On 6/14/2018 at 2:47 PM, SarahsGMC said:

Feel free to list any current or future modifications as well.

 

1986 Chevy Scottsdale K10 doesn't really have much done to it besides a new intake an carb, with 20% tint all around right now its a daily driver and possible mud truck in the future.

20180325_192841.thumb.jpg.b9b7ea23b542d11d4c311a684f8eae25.jpg

 

 

2006 GMC Sierra 1500 Custom tuned, 7" lift, 20" Ultra hunter wheels, 35/12.5/20 Cooper discoverer stt pro, cold air intake, Pacesetter long tube headers ceramic coated, 4.10 gears, HD upgraded transmission with shift kit, Custom pioneer stereo system, 5% tint all around, custom light bar with led offroad lighting, Led upgrades inside and out, weathertech mats, Hornblasters conductors kit 240 train horns, Custom Halo headlights (in process of upgrading to projector HID), LED cab lights, tow mirrors, tonneau cover, Fox shocks.  Currently in the shop getting all rust removed with new inner and outer rockers, cab corners, and frame supports, one bedside being redone, aftermarket fender flares.  And soon new exhaust to compliment the headers.

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What are they doing to remove the rust?  I don't live up north but spend a ton of time on the sand.  I'm needing to get the undercarriage sprayed on mine.

 

 

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