^^ It's from a 2006 Chevy truck with 4l80e. I bet any 4l80e from factory has one. It gets a tiny bit tight and is fully collapsed when in 4th, but does not seem to interfere with shifting at all from what I can tell.
So, nobody has any advice, experience, or shit talking on the brakes??
Working on this thing now... gonna get JD fab to weld it for me.
Ordered a bunch of parts to make power steering lines. $107 for all fittings and 3ft of hose. Will still need 5/8 rubber hose for feed from reservoir to pump.
Did I complain about inflation enough yet? Had to get some hose clamps for mounting these blingy things last night. Those fucking things are $3.28/ea now at Home Depot!! WTF!?
Close fit as usual!! Not quite as accesible as I would like them... but they didn't look good anywhere else really. And we all know it's about the show. lol
There should always be extinguishers inside the truck as well.What's everyone's thoughts on the fire extinguisher mounted like this... I was always concerned that if I had rolled the truck the FE might get damaged or not able to be take off or something.
Truck looks nice man. Getting close
Big reason I haven't pulled the trigger on linking my truck. Sure I could do it the cheap way and just throw some links on it and then chase down everything that brakes quicker or.... new motor, trans, rear end and I may as well start over haha.should be pretty safe there actually... if you draw a line from roof to top of tire, I think they should be ok? Plus, i think I saw them there on someone elses truck.. so that's proof they will be fine! AHAHHA
Would have been safer lower... and perhaps off side/ tube that goes to shock support. But, I hated them there. Form over function bro-chacho!
And something I really should be getting ... is fire suppression for in the cab. Kind of over spending money on this though. It's getting up there. Just turned another page in the cost book. Now everything is way more too. big oof