LOL,the wife is glad you enjoyed the tart.
Got a close look at Kurtis's truck today,boy it's impressive.
It's the lowest 4X4 i've ever seen,that's still a usable daily driver.
There's been some thought put into his suspension mods,it's not just a mis-mash of parts,he's actually got the front and rear suspensions very well thought out.
By the sounds of it,there's some more rear suspension mods to come,like relocating his upper and lower control arms,which is drastically needed on these trucks once you start putting them in the weeds.
First time i've looked at really lowered 4X4 and i can sure see where it's a definite worthwhile investment upgrading the CV joints,as Kurtis has.
Boy them suckers develop quite an angle when lowered.
Gotta admit,loved the blower sound too
Can't beat the sound of a supercharged street vehicle in my opinion
I didn't pay much attention to the interior,as i was too busy going over the bottom of his truck,and crawling around under the hood,lol.
The longblock he's built,should take a pile of boost and nitrous reliably,once it's all sorted out,i'm going for a ride,lol
The more you look at the truck,the more impressive it gets,and i like the amount of thought he's put into everything.
I'm guessing there's been the odd night laying in bed thinking about things,lol
Way to go Kurtis,i'm very impressed
Not only that,he's pretty damn fast at twisting a wrench,lol.
He had the rear bumper off,before i had a chance to get under the truck