Badass Diesel Turbo RAT ROD Pickup
It's not fast, it's not pretty, but it's FUN AS HELL... Rollin coal down
the highway towing his camper trailer, it's quite the sight to see! Take a
tour of Troy Gubser's turbo Diesel rat
rod pickup! This thing sure has character, and it's a blast to roll around
Footage from the Nebraska Diesel Show 2014
Honda Transmission Rebuild Video - Transmission Repair
Honda Transmission Rebuild Video - Transmission Repair
On this video we see what it takes to Rebuild a Honda Transmission, what
parts it takes and what has been working to correct some of the common
failures on these transmissions.
Blue Overheated Torque Converters has been a common issue on these
Transmissions for a long time and we still see this regularly to this day.
Although there are various shift correction kits and special valves out
there, all work really good on correcting the issue with the lack of
converter feed fluid. I like them all. So if a deciding factor is important
to you on which method to use, all I can say is this, They all work.
Keep in mind that there are "other" fixes or items that can be added to the
rebuild, but it is not really necessary if they're not really needed, I'm
not mentioning any but I know some of you will.
With that being said I like to thank you for watching this video and liking
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CHEVY 4X4 K20 BIG RED
1983 Chevy K20 350 4 Bolt Main SM465 Manual Transmission With Granny Gear
NP208 Transfer Case Edelbrock 750cfm Carb Edelbrock Air Gap Intake Chevy
Camel Hump Heads Port And Polished Comp Cams 510 High Lift Cam MSD Ignition
6A Box And Electronic Ignition Distributor And MSD 8.5 Heli-Core Wires
Hedmen Full Lenght Hedders 2 1/2'' Pipes With Thrush Welded Two Chamber
Mufflers Dumped 12'' Superlift Rancho RS5000 Shocks 40'' Super Swampers
With 16.5 Rock Krawler Rims Dana 44 Front 4.10 Gears 14 Bolt Full-Floater
Rear 4.10 Gears Detroit Lockers Front And Rear
Kevin's 1977 Chevy Silverado Big Block 454 w/ TH400 trans
This is the truck I've been working on for about three years. The frame and
axles are from a 1985 GMC Sierra 3/4 ton 4x4 with a 350 engine and a TH400
transmission. My grandpa purchased a 1977 Chevy Silverado Camper Special
brand new back in 1977. That truck had a 454 big block engine and a TH400
transmission in it. My goal is to make the '85 GMC look like a 4x4 version
of my grandpa's truck -- with a plethora other modifications/
customizations. I have pictures of the project posted on webshots:
I recently posted this same video on a different website that doesn't
destroy the quality of the file. Check it out here:
This video was taken 8/20/08, two days before I left for Clarkson
1949 Chevrolet 5 window 3100 Pickup " SOLD " Drager's International Classic Sales 206-533-9600
This is a real nice stock PU. 216 cu.in. Straight 6 cylinder engine. This
is the original engine and the vin # AA3409 is on the bock. 4 speed manual
transmission. Chrome wheels with radial tires so it handles fine. The PU
was sold in Palm Springs California in 2011. It came to the northwest and
ended up on Lopez Island. Jack, the owner, wanted to drive it in the Lopez
Island parade 2012 but the day before he had a U-joint let go, and he did
not get to drive it. I bought it on Lopez from Jack's Estate and drove it
to the ferry, all the time thinking how nice this PU drives and that Jack
did not get to enjoy it. This was his dream truck. I got some receipts
back to 2002. This has a great body. The paint is old but looks very good
you will find some minor imperfections. We found a very small rust spot on
the underside but I would have to tell this is as close a rust free truck
as you will find. And the underside is very clean. We have talked about the
color and have come up with Lt. Carmel. I like it as it sets it off from
other Chevy PU's. Interior is nice and has a cloth headliner. Does not have
a heater or a radio. It is still 6 volts. The wipers work. The PU has turn
signals. Wood bed looks good. We just installed a new battery. You will be
real happy owning and driving it. I drove it to Old School Garage in Port
Orchard so Joe could do the service and safety check. Joe installed a new
head light switch, replaced leaky engine gaskets and got it running a lot
better. I have driven it about 150 miles so far. It makes a great run
around PU and you can take it to the Sunday show. It runs and drives well
and when I'm driving it I receive lots of waves. Cond. #3 +.
Drager's International Classic Sales
18805 Aurora Ave. N. Seattle WA 98133
206-533-9600 Fax 206-542-0171
Drager's believes that it is very important to personally inspect the
vehicle you are interested in. If you cannot inspect it yourself you
should hire an inspector. Here are two very knowledgeable old car
appraisers you can contact.
John Kincl (360) 895-1766 and/or
Lance Lambert (206) 362-2530
We use Concours Transport Fred has done a great job for us over the years.
Fred will do a great job for you. Check out his web page.
2078 Ponticello DR.
Henderson NV 89052
The State of Washington says we can charge a negotiable documentary service
fee of up to $150.00. This documentary service fee cover costs such as trip
permits and FedEx costs. We charge a $50.00 documentary service fee for
instate and $100.00 documentary service fee for out of state sales on top
of the selling price.
We sell all of our vehicles AS IS, NO WARRANTY. We check them over,
we do a report card and we grade and decode each vehicle. We have them
serviced and safety checked. We try very hard to tell you everything that
we know. We give you lots of photos and video so you can see the vehicles
very well. We have been in classic sales for more than 30 years.
Jeri Drager 206-533-9600 Andrew Drager 206-459-3403
Custom 1978 Chevrolet K10 1500 Pickup Truck 4x4 Lifted
Just some quick clips of my 1978 Chevy K10 Pickup. This was my first
project truck when I was just a youngster in high school.
The truck started its life with a 400 small block V8 and a turbo 350 transmission. My father purchased it
from a rancher who was the original owner. I was with my dad when he
bought it and the old rancher and his wife both cried when the truck left.
My dad used it for many years as a hunting truck. When I turned 16 and got
my license, I asked my dad if I could fix the old truck up. He asked me
what I wanted to do to it, and when I told him my plans, he agreed.
I took the truck to my high school's auto shop because I had signed up for
an engine building class. We pulled the stock 400 and purchased a 350
small block with a 4 bolt main from a local wrecking yard. Smith Auto
machined the block, bored it out .030 over, blue printed it, and balanced
it with a 400 crank. The 383 stroker was born.
Keith Black flat top pistons, Eagle rods, Scorpion billet roller tip
rockers, 202 heads with over-sized 3 angled valves, Melling high volume oil
pump, 7 quart oil pan, Edelbrock Performer camshaft and intake manifold,
MSD pro billet distributor, Edelbrock 750 carb, and Summit Racing truck
headers made the beast roar through true dual Flowmaster 40 series
mufflers. The truck never saw a Dyno, but was pushing around 425
would smoke both of the 35" tires from a roll.
The first trip to the dunes with the new motor destroyed the original
transmission. It was rebuilt with a heavy duty torque converter and a B&M
stage 2 shift kit which barked the tires in 2nd and shifted very hard.
California smog laws are strict so eventually the 383 had to go and a
milder 350 was built to take its place. The truck was sold with the 350 in
it as seen in this video.
It was on a Rancho 6" lift, springs in the front, blocks in the back. It
had a limited slip rear differential with 3.73 gears. It had 17" billet
wheels and 35"x12.50" BFG Mud Terrains. The paint color was Dodge Viper
RT/10 Red. All chrome molding was shaved. It had an aluminum four core
radiator and chrome differential covers. Also had Rancho RS9000 air shocks
adjustable from in the cab. Interior was two tone gray tweed and vinyl
with Autometer Ultra Lite NASCAR gauges. Dash and door panels were wrapped
in vinyl, dash had billet accents. Custom Sony Xplod MP3 stereo system
with two 6x9s in the doors and two 6.5s in the kick panels with two 12"
subwoofers behind the seat in a custom molded and carpeted box. Subs were
powered by a 1200 watt amp, plus the stereo's 200 watts made the system
1400 watts. The truck was converted to an electronic Holley fuel pump.
Truck had a steel push bumper with a hidden Ramsey 8000 lb winch.
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