Originally Posted by dl425
Looks great. Is there any vibes with just the t-case drop? That's a cool suburban next to it too.
Slight vibes on accel.
Thanks, on the Burb. That is my tow/camping rig.
1989 Chevy Suburban 1500 4x4
350 TBI (Fuel Injected)
700R4 Transmission - Built HD with 13 vane pump, kevlar clutches, Corvette Servo, etc, able to tow in OD
NP241 Transfer Case with mechanical Speedometer - rebuilt
Front and Rear A/C (still R12)
Crappy Kenwood stereo
Rough Country 2" Full Spring Lift
Rancho RS500 Shocks Front, ProComp ES3000 Rear (yes, lame, I know)
Rear Axle: GM 14 bolt Full Floater with Detroit Locker 4:10 gears (from a 1981 3/4 ton 2wd)
Rear Disk Brakes: Ebay brackets, Cadillac rear disk calipers (1978) with integrated parking brakes (hooked up however won't hold truck (future project)
Custom Rear shock mounts (2wd hung WAY low) flush with axle
Super Springs SSA8 (Overload springs)
Custom drive shaft with 1350 U-joints (3/4 T)
2 Degree shims to clock the 14 bolt up slightly
Front Axle: Dana 44 Manual Hubs 4:10 gears, External Hubs (from a 1976 3/4 ton)
Tires: BFG Mud Terrain KM 305-70/R16 (33") on 16x10 aluminum rims (Discount tire brand)
Gibson Catback Exhaust (3")
CUCV Bumpers and Brush Guard (powder coated to match Burb)
4 Core radiator with 454 shroud (hey, already ready for the big block)
Transmission Cooler: 12x11 stacked plate
Transmission Temp gauge
Deralle transmission pan with tubes
Auxiliary 16" cooling fan behind radiator (before clutch fan) This will go when the 454 is in
New engine mounts - DAMN - had vibes for 6 years and never thought to check them - now runs like new!
454 in the future: http://www.teamlan.org/454swap.html