Rub A Dub Dub, Pablo's Got A New Tub!!!

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by PabloCruise, Feb 16, 2006.

  1. PabloCruise

    PabloCruise SILVER Star

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    Thanks Ige!

    The tub is coming along - can't wait to put it on!!!

    A few pics for now...
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  2. 74fj40

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    very cool!!!
  3. nuclearlemon

    nuclearlemon not an addict Moderator

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    sweet...looking good.
  4. lone gunman

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    looks sweet and so does the old chevy in the background :D
  5. huntsonora

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    If you need any help then give me a call, I'm just down the road in Loveland

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  6. PabloCruise

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    Heh heh, yeah, they used to only do 55-6-7 Chevy work.

    Until I showed them the beauty of a Cruiser!
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  8. FJBen

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    SWEEEEEEET...very cool mang!!!!

    now I"m jealous!
  9. wesintl

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    Sweet TJ... What's the story... Is that the tub that was Ige's 74? and now your redoin it?
  10. PabloCruise

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    Ige - wasn't it a '77?
  11. jwildzza

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    Is that tub from a 77 or a 74? I thought a 74 would need alot of modifications!

  12. LT

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    Looks like a 74 to me, doesn't have the roll bar mounts on the fender wells.
  13. nuclearlemon

    nuclearlemon not an addict Moderator

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    it was the wrecked 77 i brought home a couple of years ago
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  14. nuclearlemon

    nuclearlemon not an addict Moderator

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    looks like the fenders have new tops on them.
  15. LT

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    Good call, didn't see the weld on the fender well.
  16. PabloCruise

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    Exactly.

    A few months after I ordered the tops from CCOT, they came out with the top/side combo - wish I had waited a few months!
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2006
  17. Poser

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    Those supports were in 09/73 and later 40 series. :beer:



    Looks nice man.....


    Can't wait for paint....then DENTS! :D




    Good luck!


    -Steve
  18. nick

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    Ige, got any more parts from that 77?
  19. HawkDriver

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    That's gotta be the way to go man. Lookin good. :)
  20. nuclearlemon

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    nope...they went quick. that 77 was cherry before some jackass blew a light and t boned it! about all i have left are a bunch of still gold plated bolts! didn't snap a bolt until i got to the rear crossmember! bumper bolts came right off, turn signal bolts came right off!

    the motor/trans/xfer are giving life to my 45 and the oem floormat is in there also. disc brakes and front bumper went to magoo. spare tire carrier and hood latches went to my best friend's (kim) cruiser, which is now owned by subzali. rest got sold/given to various other cruiserheads around the country.

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