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    Default Go big, or go........

    ....find some snow!

    Well, I couldnt help myself, As usual. Here's the new additions to my new AWD 1500. 16" black steelies, New tires ( went with the Firestones! Destination ATs 245/75 ) and a new bumper/ brush guard combo built to kill me some zombies! Here's a few pics! enjoy...

    Post Steel wheels....

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    Far West, Oregon USA,
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    Looks good man, but why isn't the front packed with snow from blastin through the drifts?
    1988 Chevy C-3500 2wd (no pic)
    350 c.i. 5.7 L Stock Block, 4 Bolt Mains
    L-31 Vortec Heads, Edelbrock Cam & Intake,
    Holley 650, Flowtech Headers, Magnaflow exh.
    Jet Trans 700R4, B&M Ratchet, 4:10 gears,
    3" susp. lift kit "shadetree"
    No rev limiter, No speed limiter lol

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    Gun turret! I want a gun turret!

    1999 Chevy K2500 Suburban 350
    K&N, reworked cai, Thrush cat-backs
    Vinyl, cranks, floor shift, and rear air!

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    Nice! How much does that cow catcher weigh anyway? Looks good!

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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Saint Clair Shores Michigan

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    This puts a whole new meaning to road kill.....
    2011 Chevy Express 1500 AWD
    Pin Striped, AVS Bug Shield, Rear Splash Guards

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    Haha! You mean Zombie Killer!! Good question on the weight... Short answer; more! Less short answer; I would guess 150lbs. But i really didn't want to know. I got it from a guy off good ole' craigslist that was selling off a 2500 Silverado. You dont want to know how little i paid : ) ..... I had to do some cutting and "creative" engineering, but it looks like a great fit when its all said and done and its structurally sound. I used the existing re-enforced bolt holes and then added a second set of horizontal grade 8s.

    Not enough snow over here yet, but trust me, ill try real hard to get her stuck!

    In addition to the 50 cal turret the next plans I have are a full size roof rack with safari lights, plywood or mesh lined for platform usage along with a rear door ladder. Up top could be used for shooting skeet (when the snows deep) pitching a ten up top "Hannibal style" (just for fun) And perhaps a hitch mount winch bed for the front. More twords the spring ill get involved on outfitting the cargo area for my camping needs.

    One thing i could use some input on is fender flares. Im sure a bored cop might want to give me grief about the tiny bit of exposed rubber, so i was considering a black rubber flare to mount on the arches. Anyone know of these being made for these vans?

    Thanks guys!

    Im taking the van and my pups back up to the snow for some rabbit hunting on monday, maybe ill have some better shots to share!

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    River Ridge Louisiana-4 miles W of New Orleans-didn't flood-water stopped 800 yards away.


    Whooo- very very nice.
    Zombie killer plus Road Warrior.
    Vans can look pretty cool.
    1998 suburban-
    1/2 ton

    199500 miles

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    Heres a few more from today. Loving the tires with the AWD. Feels GREAT! just tears up mud and snow and gets up to speed like its asphalt!

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    Whoa, that's one mean looking van!!

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    That is awesome!
    Eric's my name, Detailing is my Game!:great:

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