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Old 10-13-2012, 10:31 AM
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1997 cclb to ccsb swap and refurb

Hi all little info on me my names Carly from marylands eastern shore I'm 24 and plan on swapping my cclb to a ccsb. Also will be repairing the rust and custom paint. This will be a on going picture filled thread and any and all comments are welcome! I'll post a few pics of my past projects as well!
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Old 10-13-2012, 10:33 AM
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This is what I'm starting with

1997 with 200k has some rust issues and is work truck model. Runs like atop though!



And the short bed I may pick up at the local junk yard rust and dent free!

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Old 10-13-2012, 10:36 AM
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Previous conversion 1997 3500 cummins

Day 1

Llast day had it
Also had custom leather a suede interior and changed everything black

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sounds fun, now u dont have to SAS a CCSB.. gonna cut the frame down and then renforce it?

where at in MD do u live, i live in North East, top point on the bay, maby could help you out if you need it
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Too bad you have a short bed already. Im trying to sell my rust free Arkansas bed
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It's gonna be a work in progress for sure
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Trying to find a set of used tires just for the winter for 16.5 inch rim seems to be a little tough around my parts!
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Try getting military tires 16.5 rims a pain to find tires for


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If u can run 37s.... u can find them all day every day... humvee tires!
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Found a set of rims for the old 35s I had on my duramax. They are 20s not really what I wanted but the price was right ill get a pic up when I get them mounted
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