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Old 07-01-2018, 08:13 PM   #1
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1978 31' Excella 500
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New axle install

Finally got some work done. 1 new axle installed on 78 Excel "Gilbert", one more to go. Shortly after removal, I realized I did not get Gilbert lifted enough to fit the tires on afterward. Going to have to get creative. I also installed the Dexter lift kit as Gilbert likes to drag his rear end when he's hooked up to the F150. **Sorry the image is sideways, I don't know how to rotate it...**
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