Square body d-max swap

stepside

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Long bed is good ,but i need more space for work clothes ,shoes ,helmets
Maybe bedbox would be one option
 

stepside

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Thanks unforgiven i always enjoyed working with my hands ,i make all tools that i can , english wheel ,bead roller , plasning hammer,valvespring compressors, tools for transmissions,toolholders and fixtures for lathe and milling machine,i made my own vertical attachment for milling machine
 

Unforgiven

solid fixture here in the forum
You can call me Jim,
I like to make tools and such also, I was raised a farm hand and had to make do with what I had..
But... I have never tackled tools like you have.. It's VERY impressive!
 

Grumpy

The Grumpy Grease Monkey mechanical engineer.
Staff member
Congrats on building that English wheel,
I always am impressed with the guys that design and fabricate custom auto tools ,
that work well, thats a huge factor in building a decent custom car in most cases.
one more in an endless list of reasons owning a decent
MIG OR TIG WELDER , and a decent drill press or mill and chop saw,
is always helpful.
 
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stepside

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I make that seem with bead roller then hammer it down with anvil
Panel is not perfect but it is fine for daily driver
Doors was pretty bad shape
 

stepside

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Ok back to duramax,tuners here in finland wasn't intresded to tune my ecm and tcm so i send modules to dylan stormont dpe tuning from ohio,great and fast service, answered all questions,great guy
Now i have to wait pagage
 

Grumpy

The Grumpy Grease Monkey mechanical engineer.
Staff member
I love it when you gentlemen post BOTH clear pictures and details on your project progress
 

Unforgiven

solid fixture here in the forum
WoW!
Was that a 1 week turnaround?
From country to country?
That is awesome service indeed.!
Man! I really admire your fab skills. Everything is clean and deburred as it is suppose to.
:cool:
 
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