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    Default PCHRODS C10R (1967 Chevrolet C-10)

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    I thought I would start a thread on our latest project, so you guys can see what we are up to. We are builing a C10 truck for the upcoming season, and will hopefully have it ready late summer early fall before it's debut at SEMA 14'. I will get some more build photos up soon. But here is the rendering that Ben Hermance did for us almost 2 years ago. Here is a small little list of what we are doing to it. I look forward to your feedback and comments...good or bad.





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        • 1967 Chevrolet C-10
        • - Aluminum LS Engine
        • - Eddie Motorsports S-Drive Serpentine Belt Kit
        • - Holley HP EFI Fuel Injection
        • - BOZE FORGED 3pc "MESH" wheels 18x12
        • - Tremec T56
        • - Currie Pro 9" with Locker
        • -Baer Full Floater Hubs
        • -Baer 6 Piston Brakes on all 4 corners
        • -Detroit Speed 595x Front Suspension
        • -PCHRODS Custom Rear Suspension
        • -Afco Double Adjustable Coil Overs on all 4 corners
        • -Cobra Carbon Race Seats
        • -Shroth Harnesses
        • -PCHRODS Full Custom Cage
        • -Magnaflow Custom Stainless Headers and Exhaust
        • -Ricks Stainless Fuel Cell
        • -BF Goodrich Tires 335/35/18 on all four corners

    We'll start with that. Let me get some more pictures up tonight. You are more than welcome to check it out on our Facebook page as well https://www.facebook.com/pchrods.c10r

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    Rob Phillips -PCHRODS, inc

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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

    --Self motivated by doing things that people say can't be done--


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    Love your other truck. This one should be over the top!

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    Thanks man. Should be pretty interesting to see how it all works out.
    Rob Phillips -PCHRODS, inc

    1969 CHEVROLET C10 -
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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

    --Self motivated by doing things that people say can't be done--

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    I may have just ruined my laptop drooling all over the keys. I can't wait to see the finished product.
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    Very cool! Rendering looks sick!

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    What kind of crossmember and lower A-frame configuration do you have in it?

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    Awesome! - - - -
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    Quote Originally Posted by marzo91 View Post
    What kind of crossmember and lower A-frame configuration do you have in it?
    We are running the detroit speed 595X front sub frame http://www.detroitspeed.com/X-Gen-Pr...X-gen-595.html
    Rob Phillips -PCHRODS, inc

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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

    --Self motivated by doing things that people say can't be done--

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    this truck is amazing, very very nice can't wait to see it finished.
    Aerodynamics are for people who canít build engines. Ė Enzo Ferrari
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    Awesome. ......

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    Awesome. 3 things.

    1) I are the wheels on the truck in the mock-up - 18s?

    2) A Currie 9" floater with "locker" What type of locker, I've "heard" stories about them being harsh on track and upsetting the vehicle. Could you expand your choice?

    3) Are you doing anything to the t56? gear cut, coatings, etc?

    Thanks,
    Bovey

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    Awesome job, suscribed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovey View Post
    Awesome. 3 things.

    1) I are the wheels on the truck in the mock-up - 18s?

    2) A Currie 9" floater with "locker" What type of locker, I've "heard" stories about them being harsh on track and upsetting the vehicle. Could you expand your choice?

    3) Are you doing anything to the t56? gear cut, coatings, etc?

    Thanks,
    Bovey
    1.) The wheels that are on the truck are merely mock up wheels, they are 19x13 Forgelines with 345/35 tires, are actual tire size is a 335/30/18 We should have the new wheels shortly and I will post pics once we get them.
    2.) The lock is from Randy's Ring & Pinion, we have not used their style yet, we've always used Detroit's and been really happy with them. I will give feedback on the new one once we try it out. Wish me luck on that one ;)
    3.) The trans is from a Viper GTS that we had Anaheim Gear do a custom build on, also installing the all the viper guts into a GM case, while still using the Viper Tail Section. It was built back in 2012 for us, I would have to go back and look at the details for what all went into it. I do know with what we did to it, it is basically bullet proof.
    Rob Phillips -PCHRODS, inc

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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

    --Self motivated by doing things that people say can't be done--

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    There's a ton more pics on our FB page : https://www.facebook.com/pchrods.c10r
    Rob Phillips -PCHRODS, inc

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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

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    Very cool Rob!
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    Nice! Can't wait for more updates.

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    Very cool. Thanks for the reply.

    I was curious about the t56, as I have a stock Magnum - which I love. But an not a fan of 2-3 shift, but it could be me.

    Looking forward to the 18" square stance, as that is on my current build list too.

    Again, cool project.

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    I have a 71 C10 and this truck just rocks thats alot of tire on all four corners.

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    "there's no replacement for displacement"

    --Self motivated by doing things that people say can't be done--

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