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Thread: 29" x 18.5" Hoosiers and a built 360 = FUN!

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    29" x 18.5" Hoosiers and a built 360 = FUN!

    Just found this forum. Figured I'd show y'all what I been up to with my 89 Ram 50. Paid $100 for it. It was a Midas shop truck.Click image for larger version. 

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    Fresh built Dodge 360 with a 727 TF. 4-link with a narrowed 8-3/4" rear end. 29" x 18.5" Hoosiers on 15" x 15" Centerline Warriors. 6 point cage. Won't be long and the beast will be on the road.

    laine

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    Don't forget to put a pillow behind your head when you drop the peddle on that truck, lol. Almost look like Mickey Thompsons they are so wide. Keep us up to date on that build, looks like it's going to be fun exactly. Welcome to the forum


    Here is something to look at if you want. Another members truck, Pro street.

    http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...hp?albumid=322
    Chev 355cu.in. 480hp. Holley/Barry Grant 750, MSD Ign. Harland Sharp Roller Rockers, Phase 3 Bow-tie 2.02 Angle Plug Heads, 10:1 Comp, Dana 44 Posi, Turbo 350 w/ Stage 2 Shift kit, Line Locks, Complete Braided Stainless Fuel lines, Sumped Tank, Systems 1 Fuel Filter, Mallory 140 gph Pump, Barry Grant Carb Connector, Fuel PSI Gauge, Hooker Headers, Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers, Auto Meter Tach w/Shift Light, Electric Water Pump, 2 Core Alum. Radiator, Flexlite Twin 12" Electric Fans, Tranny Cooler Under Bed w/Remote Fan, Mickey Thompson 26x10x15 ET/Drag Slicks, High Torque Mini Starter, Driveshaft loop, Single Wire Alternator, Hood is Completely Louvered. Won 1st Place at P.I.R. Pro Bracket Drags. Runs 7.6 seconds in 1/8 mile. For Sale to someone who will appreciate it! $28k invested sell for $11,000. 928-2o8-522 four

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    Dude that is awesome! You gotta post a video once you get it running.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradMph View Post
    Don't forget to put a pillow behind your head when you drop the peddle on that truck, lol. Almost look like Mickey Thompsons they are so wide. Keep us up to date on that build, looks like it's going to be fun exactly. Welcome to the forum


    Here is something to look at if you want. Another members truck, Pro street.

    http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...hp?albumid=322
    Chev 355cu.in. 480hp. Holley/Barry Grant 750, MSD Ign. Harland Sharp Roller Rockers, Phase 3 Bow-tie 2.02 Angle Plug Heads, 10:1 Comp, Dana 44 Posi, Turbo 350 w/ Stage 2 Shift kit, Line Locks, Complete Braided Stainless Fuel lines, Sumped Tank, Systems 1 Fuel Filter, Mallory 140 gph Pump, Barry Grant Carb Connector, Fuel PSI Gauge, Hooker Headers, Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers, Auto Meter Tach w/Shift Light, Electric Water Pump, 2 Core Alum. Radiator, Flexlite Twin 12" Electric Fans, Tranny Cooler Under Bed w/Remote Fan, Mickey Thompson 26x10x15 ET/Drag Slicks, High Torque Mini Starter, Driveshaft loop, Single Wire Alternator, Hood is Completely Louvered. Won 1st Place at P.I.R. Pro Bracket Drags. Runs 7.6 seconds in 1/8 mile. For Sale to someone who will appreciate it! $28k invested sell for $11,000. 928-2o8-522 four
    Thats cool and all, but I can't help but to think that ruined it by using Bow-tie parts in a "Dodge" Ram 50. yes we know its really just a re-badged MM, but come on at least keep it mopar... SMH

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    Sorry, My Bad a "Plymouth" Arrow..... either way if you gonna sup it up, Mopar all the way or go home. LOL

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    lmao, I like Dodge (mopar) Everyone has their own likes and dislikes and he just built what he felt comfortable with doing.

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    Finished the rear axle, motor mounts and trans mount last week. Had to make mounts, weld them in, make brake lines, install new wheel cylinders, shoes and all new hardware. Put the axles back in and buttoned it all up. Today was install the fuel cell and make fuel lines. Got that done.

    Tomorrow the new seats and harnesses should arrive, along with the B&M shifter and a few other parts. Slowly but surely.

    laine

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    What did you come up with for motor mounts?
    I started out with trying to fit a 283/200r4, and cut the original ones from frame.
    Then decided on a magnum 5.2/NV3500 and HOPEFULLY be dropping in to align stuff up this week or next..

    Pics would help lots.
    Thanks E

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    I made the mounts out of 1/8" steel. Here's a picture.... Added gussets and finish welded them after this pic.
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