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Time2Kill

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  1. Yes I do. $12 + s/h I just added a bunch more of pics for everyone that was looking for specific parts.
  2. Steering wheel is in excellent shape as are the controls. I'll get pics posted in the morning.
  3. My records show I received payment on July 27th, the brackets shipped on July 28th via USPS Priority. Sending a PM now with the delivery confirmation number.
  4. Sorry, the bumper and brackets are staying with the front clip. For everyone that requested pics, I'm still working on getting them. I'll have some more up here shortly and should have the rest up tomorrow!
  5. I have a set of Bear Eradispeed rotors and brackets for the rear brakes. They have about 500 miles on them. In excellent condition. Other than that, everything is stock.
  6. 2003 Silverado SS Part Out All prices are plus shipping unless otherwise noted, PM me for pictures, shipping quotes, or other questions. All parts were removed from a 2003 Black Silverado SS with 123,520 Miles If you do not see a part listed, please ask as I likely have it since I’m parting the entire truck out. I do not take ‘dibs.’ The first person who sends payment will get the part. Pictures can be found here: Pictures Drivetrain/Underhood Front Driveshaft - $45 CV Axles - $30 each Rear Axle - $400 Front Axle - $550 Exterior Rear Doors, no damage - $200 each SS Door Badges - $25 each Third Brake Light - $25 Taillights - $30 each Tailgate (red w/spray in liner, no spoiler) - $85 Wiper Arms - $10 Wiper Motor - $15 Taillight Harness - $20 License Plate Lights Harness - $10 Frame Wiring Harness - $75 Interior Glovebox - $35 Passenger Airbag - $40 Airbag module - $25 Headlight Switch - $15 Interior side view mirror covers (pair) - $15 Cargo Lamp Switch - $10 Rear Door Panels - $30 driver side only C Pillars - $20 Driver side only Kick Panels - $10 Door Sills - $15 Window Switches with surround (Driver) - $50 Window Switches with surround (passenger) - $35 Carpet - $40 Airbag Switch - $10 Steering Column - $60 Dash Vents - $10 each Dash Panel - $125 Dash - $100 Dash/Cluster Surround (wood trim applied) - $20 Underdash/knee bolster panel - $20 Radio, single cd & cassete, CD portion does not seem to work - $40 Dash/Cab wiring - $125 Power seat harness (adds all the necessary wiring to add power seats) - $65 Brake Pedal - $10 Parking Brake Pedal - $10 Suspension/Brakes Spare Tire - $50 Front Calipers - $20 each Rear Calipers - $15 each Brake Master Cylinder - $15 Brake Booster - $25 ABS Module - $125 Front Lower Control Arm - $15 each Spindles - $15 each Hubs - $25 each Leaf Springs - $15 each Torsion Bars -$15 each Torsion Keys - $20 Steering Box, pitman arm - $75 Bump Stops $20 Misc Fuel Tank - $40 Fuel Pump - $40 Exhaust – $125 EVAP Canistor - $30 Frame - $400 Tow Hooks - $10 SOLD LQ9 Dropout with wiring/accessories - $1250 NVG149 Transfer Case - $650 Rear Driveshaft - $150 Seats, driver’s seat needs a new track, the track was bent and does not move forward/back - $400 Front Upper Control Arm - $10 each Front Clip - $2200 Side View Mirrors - $300 each Front Doors, no damage - $300 each Rear Bumper Spoiler A-Pillars Manual HVAC Controls - $25 Cluster - $150 Dash Grab Bar - $30 Antenna Base 3 Piece Engine Covers - $80 Clockspring, steering wheel controls capable - $55 4L65E Transmission - $325 Pickup box - $800 Factory SS Wheels, Silver - $600 Center Console w/sub - $300 Overhead console - $25 Glovebox Trim - $120 Driver Airbag - $50 Steering wheel w/controls - $50 Gas Pedal & TAC Module - $115 Bose Speakers - $15 each SS Dash Badge - $45 Heated Seat Switches - $35 Rearview mirror (comp/temp only) - $25 Sun Visors - $30 each Cab with windshield, bare, no damage - $500 Front Door Panels (cloth) - $55 each Cladding, Complete with rockers, brackets, and hardware - $900
  7. Several people running my input gear have been right at the 1000hp mark with 427s and twin turbos. The transfer cases have been holding up fine. I haven't seen one yet that has had a major failure from power.
  8. Just to answer some questions that I keep getting, this install kit is made to retain the factory lines. You only need to cut the passenger side line, rotate it about 180* and reconnect it with the included compression fitting. The kit with hardware includes everything needed for the install except for the actual tools. If you ever want to go back to a stock cooler, all you need to do is bolt the old cooler back on, loosen the compression fitting, and spin the line back to its original position and retighten the compression fitting.
  9. Here is a picture of the brackets and all the hardware that is included. You get everything as pictured except for the temp sensor. That is just to show that there is a spot for the temp sensor to snap into.
  10. These brackets are to bolt a Tru-Cool Max 4739 Transmission cooler to a 1500 Silverado. It uses all the factory bolt locations so no drilling is required. These brackets are made out of 1/8" Aluminum. The driver side transmission line did not need any modification other than being pulled over a couple of inches. The passenger transmission line has to be cut and spun about 180*. This is done by cutting the line, spinning it 180* and using a standard compression fitting to put it back together. My transmission temps are about 160* with a Yank TT3000 in 70*~80* weather. These are ready to ship. $55 shipped for just the brackets. $70 shipped for the brackets and all necessary hardware to install the brackets. Includes quick disconnect fittings for the cooler, compression fitting, bolts, and nuts. You get everything as pictured except for the temp sensor. That is just to show that there is a spot for the temp sensor to snap into. I also sell the Tru-Cool Max 4739 Cooler as well. It is $140 shipped or $205 shipped with the brackets and hardware.
  11. There seems to be enough interest, so I'm having a small batch made. I should be able to pick them up later today and be able to ship them out tomorrow. I'll have hardware tomorrow or Saturday if anyone wants a kit with hardware. Let me know
  12. $45 shipped for just the brackets. $65 shipped for the brackets and all necessary hardware to install the brackets. Includes quick disconnect fittings for the cooler, compression fitting, bolts, and nuts.
  13. I just finished making brackets to bolt a Tru-Cool Max 4739 Transmission cooler to my truck. It uses all the factory bolt locations so no drilling is required. These are made out of 1/8" Aluminum. The driver side transmission line did not need any modification other than being pulled over a couple of inches. The passenger transmission line had to be cut and spun about 180*. I used a standard compression fitting to put it back together. My transmission temps are about 160* with a Yank TT3000 in 70* weather. Would anyone else be interested in a set of these brackets? I could have a few sets of these made up pretty quickly if there was an interest for them. Let me know!
  14. I was actually looking to get some of these, except in 220V. Most people do not have 480V 3 Phase unless its an industrial building.
  15. No problem, let me know. I have a 3,500 mile transfer case here also if you are interested. I can install the gear in it so it would be ready to be bolted on.
  16. You actually replied to my thread when I posted about them. Didn't realize that. I've sold quite a few of these and haven't had a single breakage yet. Chuck at FLT has used them for several of their customers also. Here is the thread again: http://www.silveradoss.com/forums/index.ph...&hl=adapter With the adapter, you also need to move the trans mount back (I have the plates you can weld to your existing cross member also to make it a 5 minute job), shorted drive shaft, lengthened propshaft, and extended transmission lines.
  17. Sorry, didn't read through the entire thread, but are you keeping AWD with the 4L80E? If so, I can help you get the input gear for the NVG149 so it bolts up to the 4L80E instead of getting a turned down output shaft that will snap anyways. I had a twin turbo Escalade running one with about 1200hp and it held up just fine. Let me know!
  18. While this intake does fit, I have had quite a few problems with it. The GM 90mm throttle body does not bolt on. You need to slot two holes on the throttle body. You can not run truck style injectors. You also cannot run the fatty style LS1 injectors. You can either run stand skinny LS1 style injectors or pico injectors. I have one on my 414 and was impressed at first, but now I'm regretting the purchase.
  19. I have the following transfer cases left: 2003 24,000 Miles, $895 2003 3,500 Miles, $1095 2003 98,000 Miles, $725 If you want a shipping quote, shoot me a PM with your zipcode.
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