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#1464437 Mon Aug 29 2022 06:27 PM
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Bryan J Offline OP
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I bought a '56 GMC short bed step-side truck about 90 days. Was told it ran when it was parked a few years back, turns over but no spark. Rather than spending $ on an old drivetrain w/ horrific wiring (home acorn nuts everywhere), I'm going all in with a new engine/trans, suspension, wiring etc. I'm looking forward to learning from this forum as I embark on building a nice daily driver.

Plans:
Suspension: '93 Corvette front/rear suspension (Dana 44) using Flat Out Engineering kit
Drivetrain: LS engine w/ 5-speed TKX transmission
Interior: bucket seats (TBD)
Power steering: considering using Prius Electric Power Steering (EPS) module instead of hydraulics
Electrical: new American Autowire harness
Gas Tank: Tanks Inc universal w/ in-tank FI pump
Radiator: Be Cool
Gauges: Dakota Digital
Pedal Assembly: Strongly considering Tilton solution

I have more details, but that's the major component plans.

I'm just north of Austin Tx (Round Rock to be specific).

Thanks,
Bryan

Last edited by Bryan J; Tue Aug 30 2022 02:18 PM.
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Welcome to the Stovebolt madness. There is no cure!

The HiPo Forum is made just for you.

Please note buying, selling or giving parts away is a forbidden topic outside the Swap Meet Forum. Thanks

Last edited by Peggy M; Tue Aug 30 2022 04:04 PM.

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Did you say: It Ran When I Parked It ?? grin

Fun days.

Welcome to the site. Wander around the virtual garage and you discover a lot of neat stuff, as well as helpful people.

Peg


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Welcome to the ‘bolt! You found the right site for your plans. All you have to do is ask! “Justhorsenaround” is right, the HiPo forum is perfect for you project. Good luck and see you around the Garage!


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