Evolution of my 1994 silverado. From factory to 11" on 40's

READ: This video blew up way more than I expected. I disabled comments because apparently I built my truck wrong and rendered it useless, which is funny because the people that say that drive hunks of shit and don't even know what backlash is. Im tired of seeing people piss and moan over the truck I have. So ill do everyone a favor. You can find the build thread here, its a tad out of date, I have since done a 14 bolt swap with disk brakes and 4.88's, and a detroit. But I tend to update it atleast once a year. http://www.gmt400.com/forum/showthread.php?16324-Tristan-s-1994-z71-build-thread 1994 z71 ecsb on 20x14 fuel hostages with 40x15.50r20 toyo MT'S. 6" Rcx , 3" body, 2" crank. DM me for questions. Im not shy. Ill reply. Unless you want to piss and moan about how I built a useless truck, then you can go fuck yourself inside your uncles ford ranger because you work at mcdonalds and dont know shit about investing money into something worth sentimental value

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