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Faith Discussion / Re: Prayer Request thread
« on: Today at 07:59:12 PM »
Well, mom passed away today at 1415 in her sleep at home with us.

Kinda busy but still around.
I'm sorry JR

Moms are so hard to lose

Her leaving leaves a hollow space, part of our growing older and wiser.

I miss mine, I hope you get through the next week or two OK.

Blessings, prayers

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 07:25:04 PM »
THis may be the most active build thread on the interweb that doesn't actually have a vehicle yet!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 07:23:42 PM »
If you stick with a spindle loft your track width stays the same.  Or do I have that backwards? 

Why are we not just ordering a kit from WFO and putting 37?s on this truck so the tires are double duty between the c max and the ?S-maX??


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No worky senor'

2002: 8 on 6.5"

2011: 8 on 180 mm (Bit mo bigger)

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Tip of the Day! / Re: Anti freeze colors
« on: Today at 05:34:29 PM »
Went through this not long ago while changing the coolant stuff in the jeep. Nothing easy about it any more. 
Did the EPA somehow get involved???

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Cooking equipment / Re: cast iron cook ware
« on: Today at 05:32:39 PM »
Yea, Larry, that is some kind of programmer file

I can't download it and my anti-virus is telling me this sort of file is harmful...

FYI

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 05:30:27 PM »
I know my name is Dave and I am fired but isn?t there a rancho 4 inch that would allow the 33?s more room?  Tough country has one also


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Buy a quality small lift if you?re going that route, those are about rock bottom....
Suggestions??

I have the recommendation from Dave, but he's currently fired, so I have to disregard ;-0

He thinks I'd be GTG with the tuff country 4"

Personally I was thinking of one of the 4/6 inch kits that drop the front diff and hopefully don't space out the front wheels

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 05:28:00 PM »
That, and add in the cognito HD idler, truss kit, HD tie rods, flip the U-bolts (Shawn), and air bag it

Still lookin' for that Ah-men

Remember who you're dealin' with here

Hold out too long and I'll have a 12" lift and tractor tires on it!

I do have some hd top plates for a ubolt flip
I'm still running yours on my D-Max truck
I'll be putting together an order from you after I get the truck

The HD U-Bolt plates, a diff cover, not sure what else yet...

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Donations / Re: christmas 2018
« on: Today at 05:23:15 PM »
Another generous gift, gentlemen! This time $200!

Wow, what a great start to this season's gifting

Thank You!

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: Today at 11:29:06 AM »
Gettin' ready to fry a turkey

Thanksgivin' today at the Don place

"Hay boyz, hold ma beer"

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: Today at 11:27:24 AM »
Holy cow is this amazing!!



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Yah, that's sch-weat!

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Shops Garages and Barns / Re: New GLO Shop
« on: Today at 11:26:24 AM »
You'd laugh at the way I put up the first one, before getting a forklift.  All I had was the little NH tractor...wait..I should say,  I was lucky to have a tractor.  I got the hoist up as high as it would go,  which was about a foot too short...so I did what any guy would do, drive the tractor up on railroad ties, with 4x4s stacked on top of them. Not too sketchy.  Lol
"Hey, boys, watch this!"

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 11:25:19 AM »
That, and add in the cognito HD idler, truss kit, HD tie rods, flip the U-bolts (Shawn), and air bag it

Still lookin' for that Ah-men

Remember who you're dealin' with here

Hold out too long and I'll have a 12" lift and tractor tires on it!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 11:23:28 AM »
OK, found a lift kit that looks like a good compromise.

A Rough Country 3"

Run that with 32" or 33" tires

Could I get an ah-men on that?

From anybody (Not named Dave)

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 11:15:38 AM »
I think leveled or a small lift would be about perfect.  When it comes time for the bumpers let me know if I can be of assistance.  I built a set for a 2001 2500 truck last winter.  The front bumper was a cross between a 1500 and 2500HD I believe.  The rear was the same 1500 bumper I build for every GM truck from 2001 to 2013.
This sounds cool on the bumper thing...gettin you knuckleheads involved in this project...

So for a front bumper I was either going to purchase an ARB bull bar setup or build it meself.

For the rear, I'd like something like the Road Armor on C-Max. Spare tire and gas/water can rack

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 10:44:18 AM »
That?s a good lookin rig too.    I want a Burb when I get old now to. 


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First off, you're fired

See the above post

Secondly, you're right, being old and driving a kia crusher is definitely the way to go

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: Today at 10:37:43 AM »
The outpouring against lifting this truck is amazing, something I never expected.

I'll thoughtfully consider everyone's sentiment...

I do not think I will dura-max this one. I was thinking of doing something subtle but amazing with the 6.0

Take a look at "On-3 performance."

They make turbocharger parts and kits and for this application. The kits are pretty simple bolt ons that produce striking results. On bone stock 5.3's they make 550 HP and 575 torque at 7 psi. On 6.0's they are pushing 600 hp with the smaller turbo. Step up to their next turbo and tune for 10 psi and these engines make 700+ HP and 750+ Torque. You can always lean on the thing and push well over a thousand HP.

A small turbo kit coming in at 600/600 would be just fine and make for a surprising driver.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 07:58:30 PM »
Not sure about din but I had a unit of measurement in my shop called dim & it went something like this.

You know that guy over their licking the window is really dim!  :tongue:
Seen a few of those...

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Construction and Building / Re: Dave’s house
« on: November 17, 2018, 07:35:25 PM »
Sweet!

Not that I do the same thing shopping at Kroger on the way to the farm every week!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 07:27:27 PM »
OK, I've investigated this on YouTube and now know a bit more than I did earlier.

It seems the 2002 is a din and a half. So is Din a unit of measurement?

Anyway, here is a good vid of a gentleman who did the mod. There are apparently other ways to get this done, but this seems reasonable enough.

Below is a pic of my stock radio in the burb.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=installing+double+din+radio+into+2002+suburban&&view=detail&mid=A8E85A8C6344C5A394A0A8E85A8C6344C5A394A0&&FORM=VRDGAR

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 06:59:17 PM »
Well, I least of all know, but will be learning soon enough

After getting the thing, I'll do the general maintenance thing, then install HIDs then probably next up will be the receiver/GPS thing.

At the moment, our newest member is Rob, the gentleman who sold the truck to me, is trying to schedule shipping of the Burb to me for Monday late afternoon. More on that to come.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 04:55:24 PM »
Man am I behind the times, I don't even know what a double din  is! Something like two scoops of icecream in my waffle cone, just biggerer?

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 12:15:47 PM »
I looked up the build codes for this thing:

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 12:00:44 PM »
To tall, keep a lower cog.....

Especially if you?re planning on a rack / basket system

Ground clearance? You?re not rock crawling, you?re navigating a farm that had rv?s pulled into it with relative ease.....
Man, I've lost it!

I thought that 6" looks like the way it should have been built at the factory

Well maybe a bit above that, but I like the stance.

On the other hand it would cost a whole lot less to have a 33" tire and not need steps with a 3" lift, and handle a bit better, and...and...and, well, I'm starting to not like myself 8-/

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Donations / Re: christmas 2018
« on: November 17, 2018, 11:55:04 AM »
Thanks Nate and way to lead!

OK, I'll add the $50 to the fund and throw in $50 myself, that should be a good start

So we're at $100 out of the gate.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 10:29:11 AM »
Here is the same generation burb on 35's with a 6 in lift

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 10:23:45 AM »
I agree don?t lift it to the moon, at most a 2-3inch & even then I think it?s a poor choice. If you want larger tires I would say mod the fender wells.
Blasphemy!

I'll hear no more, and you all will hear no more from this peasant, I'll ban him right away...If I can remember how to do that...

Seriously, it just looks too low for my liking. And although the lower stockish stance would fit better with the family vibe, it would not do so well on the terrain at the farm while pulling a trailer up and over the berms

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:21:04 AM »
Saw that roof carrier and thought it might be the next tac-topper...

That?s a gem of a truck right there Don. I?d love a mid-2000?s burb but the wife wants newer...$$$$

I learned to drive in a 2002 burb (and a land yacht Buick), so this build will be near and dear to me lol


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Don't listen to her!

Do it, get into the "Older is better" thing

I mean, hey, just look at me!

Anyway, what's a divorce cost these days? Not much, and you'll be in the clear in 20-30 years!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:19:05 AM »
You won't be happy with mileage I am sure. Same setup my 06 had and 10-13 was normal not pushing it.
Yea, I owned a Hummer H2 with the LQ4. I'd say around 10MPG is normal

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:18:13 AM »
I like it.
Ah, a man with good taste!

I always liked you!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:17:25 AM »
I think it looks good the way it sits Don.  I wouldnt lift it.  Free up the exhaust and maybe a supercharger,

Those interior parts are getting harder and harder to find.  The Graphite I have in the 2001 is super hard to find and I am always on the lookout for spares.  I would start keeping an eye out for parts that are going to wear eventually as they aren't made any more and NOS is almost non existent.
Copy that Tex

So I was looking at crutchfield for a head unit. I am wanting a GPS/receiver with smart phone compatibility.

But the dash takes some reworking. I noticed that a new dash overlay plastic piece is offered that opens the physical space up to modern dimensions. I'll be adding that to be sure.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:15:02 AM »
I feel better now

Dave...

At least one person here has some sense!

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:14:30 AM »
Sh!t I didn?t say not to lift it.  Put that puppy 10 inches in the air solid axle swap it and 1ton running gear!!!


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Now you're talkin'

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 17, 2018, 09:00:25 AM »
Not lift it?

Are you people crazy?

Have you lost your minds?

I'm going to sign off, then sign back in and try to forget those words were EVER spoken

I need to find that button that fires everyone all at once!!!!!!!

;-))

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CIEMR / CIEMR, Christmas
« on: November 17, 2018, 08:54:23 AM »
Christmas?
Who here really likes Christmas? Probably most everyone, right?
Me, Not so much. I know that sounds like I have a ?Grinch? spirit, but far from that, I actually love giving things. But what does the giving of things have to do with Christmas? Well, the answer in the modern Wall Street driven context is, everything.

What Christmas really is or has become is the time of year when retail companies make most of their annual profit. It is a time when a brain washed world is told in endless ways that to be happy you need to buy gifts for people, everyone that you can. If not, then you overlooked someone or didn?t care about them. Not giving makes one a bad person. Further, the best gifts are the most expensive ones. Buy your wife a red Mercedes and you are husband of the year, a virtual hero of Facebook and other gossip channels, where you can lavish in endless praise from hundreds of people, many of them you barely know. Isn?t that the Christmas we all know?

What about the unbelievable crowds at the shopping places? The fighting for a parking place where we curse people for ?taking our spot,? or making us ten seconds late for a date with some treasured something on isle 14 at Walmart or Kohl?s. Then let?s not forget the debt we incur. Debt that I have witnessed staying with people for years after the day when they spent money that they did not have for so many gifts that simply checked off someone on their extended shopping list. I wonder if one can even recall all the things they purchased two years ago? The payments are still with you, aren?t they? Wouldn?t it mean more if the reason for the bondage came easily to mind, was greatly appreciated and long remembered?

Christmas is a commercial holiday, let?s face it. Actually it is something far different, but in the prevailing ignorance that permeates America and much of the world, Christmas is the season to shop till you drop. Oh, you have little chance of escaping it. The Christmas music starts months (MONTHS!) early and manufacturers are busy everywhere peddling their goods on every form of evolving media known to man. We really get caught up in an out of control spending blitz on a day named Black Friday. Yep on that day we are programed to rush to the malls and wait out those other crafty shoppers to score that one big item at some super discounted price. Sort of feels like a modern day big game hunt! I mean you buy the 96? TV then hang it on the wall, much the same as my daddy shot a modest eight point buck once and had that poor critters head stuffed and mounted, then hung on the wall.

Christmas isn?t even Christmas, did anyone know that? First, who of the two most recent generations can even tell me what Christmas is supposed to be about, at its core? Anyone? A few, well, good, we have to start somewhere. Christmas is an artificial holiday created by a Pope of the early Roman Catholic Church that serves as a focal point for Christians where we celebrate the birth of Jesus. The actual date of his birth is not really known, but this pope of long ago, a part of the Roman Empire, knew that Jews had their holiday, and Muslims had their special day, so to keep all things equal and fair, Christians needed a special day too. So he created Christmas and festooned it with all manner of pagan symbols like the Christmas tree. Why let all those good used statues and deities go to waste? Heck no, just repackage them and present them to people as a new ?Religion? seeking to find its space in those late Roman Empire days.

I have always found this creation of an artificial holiday by a Pope which promotes giving to be extraordinarily contradictory. You see, we Christians already had our special day of giving, it?s called Easter. Didn?t Jesus the Christ give his very life for and to us? And by doing so, didn?t he give us Salvation? That?s a gift isn?t it? Better than a new pair of shoes, and perhaps even a diamond or a Mercedes? You can see where I?m headed with that, Easter and the sacrifice of a perfect life for a bunch of wanton, thieves and liars (You and I) is way, way beyond just a gift. No, what he gave was an opportunity for us to go on forever, to live beyond our own physical death.

I just don?t see too much Jesus in all this Christmas season business. Oh you will hear about the ACLU filing a lawsuit to have some town remove a nativity scene on CNN. Or you may hear how some Satanist is offended and warns of suffering PTSD because someone said Merry Christmas to them at Best Buys. We are amazed later that some court finds for the defendant, awarding him or her several million dollars for having suffered such an awful experience.

Sorry folks, but this Christmas business is mostly just white wash and commercialism and based on some arbitrary date picked by some self-important man of antiquity. But for those of us who strive to ferret through all the fake commercialism to find that perfect moment to give in the name of Christ our savior, then for those special moments it is a blessed time.

Long ago, I learned about the truth of the creation of this man-made Christmas thing. But I said, ?Heck with it, even though the day isn?t the actual day when Jesus was born, I?m just going to go with the spirit of the day and try and focus on the one this is supposed to be all about.? So, what does that look like you may ask? Well, there are a lot of parties to go to with delicious food and the chance to reacquaint with some dear friends, I like that pretty well. I?m fortunate to own and run a forum website where men of conviction and honor donate money every Christmas season. That money is used to bless some special someone(s) with things that they both desperately need and never expected to receive. Last year it was a couple of Latin families who are salt of the earth good people, but who also did not have two nickels to rub together. The year before last it was two little girls that got warm clothes, blankets and sheets (That they did not have!) and some nice girly gifts to boot. I actually had the pleasure of buying those girly things. That was a trip!

I do delight in seeing the eyes light up in my children and grandchildren as they bust through the wrapping paper, but that soon gives way to a bit of disgust at the sheer volume of toys and things they actually get. I am not exaggerating to say that those kids have thousands of toys! And not just them. When I get a present from one of our children, something I know that cost them dearly I am touched. After all they barely have any money at all, and although I feint joy and pleasure on the outside, on the inside, I am so sorry that they spent their precious money on a belt for a guy who has dozens of them and doesn?t really need anything. But I try and take the good from that, noting and admiring the self-sacrifice they made. Unfortunately that is eclipsed when I see them drive off in their twenty year old, 300,000 mile car in need of a valve job and a wrecking yard!

Kids and folks well into their thirties, perhaps even forties have little or no previous experience of what it is like to be frugal. They have lived lives of ah-plenty enjoying lavish gift giving for decades. It was not like that for me and those of the Baby Boomer generation. We, the children of the greatest generation grew up with men and women who lived through some really hard times and made incredible sacrifices and then afterward strived to live humble lives. My home that I grew up in was only 900 square feet. It had only one bathroom, and I had to live in the attic. I had no air conditioning and almost no heat until I was a teenager. There was only 5 closets in the whole house and we did not own much. I recall having between seven to ten toys as a kid but they were well used and worn out toys! Today I have so many things that I am often surprised when I uncover something I misplaced years ago and forgot that I actually owned. I could scarcely name ten percent of all the things I own today.

But back then I had a .410 shotgun, a three speed bike, a Garcia fishing rod, with a Mitchell reel, several bass lures, some Bata bullet shoes, an aquarium, microscope, and a hatchet. Can you believe I was blessed with all of that? Man how is it that one person could own all of that? And I remember the Christmas very well when I got a desk. A pine desk that my dad and uncle built for me in the basement. Sitting on that desk was a scientific experiment lab kit, a bag of green ?Army Men,? and a plastic army tank and truck set. I was speechless at the sight. Truly my best Christmas as a kid.

It?s good to have little. First of all, why do we need all these modern conveniences anyway? I mean for everything you own, that?s just one more thing requiring a warranty that is going to break anyway at some future (Too soon) date. I have spent many a Christmas at war in some far off land. The one in Panama during Operation Just Cause was one I remember. The seals found a pine tree somewhere, chopped it down and carried it into Hangar 3 at Howard Air Force base in Panama City, Panama. They decorated it with hand grenades and belts of machine gun cartridges. We cobbled together a decent meal sang carols and had a service. That was a pretty good Christmas.

There was one memorable Christmas when I was in Kandahar, Afghanistan. My sister called me Christmas night, which was Christmas morning for her in the US of A. While we were talking a rocket came in and exploded nearby. She heard it and got really worried and scared. I was trying to hide the whole event from her, down playing it when a second rocket came in and went ?Thump? in the ground just outside my room. I remember her saying, ?Don, what was that?? I was dropping to the floor awaiting the thing to explode and tear my building apart over my head, all the while talking Christmas stuff to her. It never detonated, but caught the place on fire instead! On that Christmas night God spared me my life. That was a pretty good Christmas to be sure!

Those Christmas holidays were amongst the most memorable. And then there was the one up in a very cold Kabul. We held a secret service because anything Christian was pretty much either forbidden or concealed. Afterward, I looked off into a starry night toward the mountains holding onto a warm cup of coffee and thought about the birth of Jesus, the greatest single event in all of history. And I thought about how someone more important than all of earth knew me, and I knew him. Just knowing that was Christmas enough, nothing more needed, ever!

So for me, I would ask that you not buy anything for me. Please don?t give me something unless you need to do so to feel better yourself. If you want to give me something, then give me a bit of your time. Buy me a cup of quoffee (Spelled in the New York English) and talk to me for a time. That would be wonderful, wouldn?t we both like that? Or better yet, say a prayer to Jesus for me, I?d like that. You could do something kind for someone, maybe even a soldier and under your voice say, ?This is my gift to Don.? Do that and you have stored up in the kingdom of God and I will learn of your kindness when I go home. Call me and share some time on the IPhone or stop by my forum website and join in the conversation and share in the love found there, that would be great.

I can?t have what I want so everything else is just second best. I?d like to know that Jesus is really important to you. Like the most important thing in all of your and other?s hearts. I?d like to see him openly celebrated all across America. I?d like to see his enemies just stomped into a mud hole. (Kinda enjoy doin? that myself!) I?d like for good to triumph over evil and for truth to come out and bury all the lies we are fed on a daily basis. No Sir, I guess that I ask too much, so I?ll just settle for some quiet time with him and maybe you over a warm cup of joe.

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: November 16, 2018, 09:11:49 PM »
Today I dealt with 3 women during their period. I need a drink


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Oh, that's so bad

Had to do it myself for a few years

But flying airlines, I could bid up a 4-5 day trip.

In the end I was saved by going off to war

Safer there than home...

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 09:07:37 PM »
That is a nice burb for sure. Not only is it sweet, it still has a drain on the factory radiator!
..oh, and cabin filters!
What do I need to change out/improve to get the thing bullet proof Ken?

And as far as the motor

Supercharger?
Turbocharger?
Heads/cam/headers/tune?

Stay 4.10 or go 4.56?

Lift?? (I could never leave it un-lifted with the terrain it will have to negotiate. 4" or 6"?

Trans??? Shift kit, or tuning or both?

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 09:04:30 PM »
And yet the square land mark gets pushed Farther into the weeds


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Yea, so

I have been struggling with this for some time. It needs a bit of work to get it across the finish line. But then it can seat two, maybe three. That was always a sticking point for me.

The burb answers all the space problems

So I'll probably break down SquareD into parts and sell them off or use them on this current project. Unfortunately it's worth more in parts than as a whole. Anyone interested in it before disassembly starts PM me.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 09:01:15 PM »
Surprised you didn't do the Duraburb, getting real common.

You found a nice one there, 9.5SF rear with tires/wheels and my favorite color!!

Start with a nice tune, exhaust and level kit.

I say mount the guns in the AWAC pod,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Semi-floater JR?
That's a no-go!
No problem, Duane has a new 14 bolt full floater out of an 8.1L surb, about the same year. He scored a takeout from a brand new burb which was being upgraded nearby for work in Baghdad.

I was going to go after a grizzly locker anyway, so all the more reason!

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D.O.T. / Re: WDYDT (What Did You Do Today)
« on: November 16, 2018, 05:10:47 PM »
Purchased a Suburban

Thread started...

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 05:08:07 PM »
Very clean for a Midwest truck... :likebutton:
The truck came from Oregon

The dealer searches OR, CA, WA, TX and so forth for rust free examples

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:54:38 PM »
The plan for this thing is to make it a fun driver/adventure vehicle that will see a lot of farm related off road ventures. It will tow trailers and carry my wife to broadway on occasion.

First, after receiving it, (It must be shipped from MI to KY) I'll go all over it and see if it needs anything and probably (Just) change the oils. Assuming there is little to do here, I'll just drive it for a time to see what it needs.

I can see a quick upgrade to HID headlights followed by a new head unit with GPS and smart phone blue tooth.

Of course the engine will get more power, or maybe, possibly see a duramax fall into the fenders...possibly.

More than likely, I'd just retain the services of this venerable 6.0

I can see a 6" lift along with 35" tires

I think some tuning and transmission tuning is in the works.

It already has 4.10 gears, so I am not anticipating a change there staying with a 35" tire

It has the largest brakes offered on a HD truck already, so no improvements required there

I can see front and rear bumpers with the aft member carrying the spare

I see a roof rack to replace the AWACS unit and additional lighting

I definitely see some AMP research steps to help the high-heeled family members ingress and egress operations.

It should get some weapons, some pioneer gear a bug out bag, some recovery equipment, a winch and a prayer for a long safe life.

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:45:39 PM »
I purchased it from Rob at 4-Wheel Classics in Michigan

https://www.4-wheelclassics.com/vehicles

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:44:03 PM »
Undercarriage:

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:43:14 PM »
Craigslist items:

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:42:06 PM »
some more shots:

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:40:49 PM »
Dash:

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:39:57 PM »
I'll be starting with 96,000 miles

These 6.0 LS motors last a very long time

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:38:51 PM »
The interior looks equally as good

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Build Threads / Re: 2002 Suburban 2500
« on: November 16, 2018, 03:34:15 PM »
Congrats. I?ll just leave this here for you

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/mps-011959983bl/make/gmc


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