OK that is AWESOME!!!Been wanting to add a subwoofer to the back of the 60 for a while but was not wanting a huge box so I repackaged a cheap comb set up into a 1950 Nesco water can. Lined the inside with 1" foam and painted with Penatrol to preserve patina. Well worth the effort.
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Where does someone find these? hmmmmBare metal on top while keeping original door trim.... added a 6x9 coaxial speakerto and ventilation window the front door... waiting on inner window felt..
door pocket came off, but might slap it back a lil higher... it was full of cattle dog hair and dust..... yeah maybe not....View attachment 2323726
Vent window all blacked out and kept the original outdoor metal trim with new outer window felts
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Rearview mirror will relocate a couple inches back for proper function
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I'd go with the 6.5 steelies like I put on Doug's 62 and and Evo gray personally. But @cruiseroutfit gold Method Roosts in Evo gray would be pretty filthy IMO...
IMO its better than an 80. My wife has a bone stock 97 3X and she wanted to know why if these conversions have the same suspension as her 80................. why hers doesn't ride as nice...
These are a 1:1 front ratio and a 1:1.25 rear ratio. This is a 3" Tough Dog lift and it came out at 3.38" up front and 3.75" in the rear. coils will settle approx .25-.38" during break in. This one has a little rear height adjustment as the customer will keep approx. 500# in the rear so we "preloaded" the rear suspension with a stronger spring rate coil to handle the constant weight and give it a proper stance when loaded, but still look good unloaded. So the rear is slightly higher in this pic than it normally would be. This will not have a stinkbug stance when finished per the intended design.