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When to start a build thread, or do yo
As the title dictates, when would you guys start a build thread, or would you? During my searching for various parts of my Dodge build, as well as many of the other projects I tend to do, I run across many great starts to a build that dead ends. I also run into overly large build threads, then the one thing I want to see the outcome for gets lost in a sea of comments, then pages later little or no completion to it. Recently I have fallen behind on my build and have thought starting a build thread would give me some motivation, not that having my tow rig back and relieve my overworked 1/2ton isn't incentive enough, to finish. The problem I have is that I jump around so much with all I have to do on the farm, that one day I put in a couple hours on modifying my core support, to rebuilding my brake system, to a couple minutes when I am near the shop working interior mods or custom bodywork, etc. I think that I would be better with individual threads on each job that I update on a job for job basis. On a related note, I usually have my phone on me and use it a lot for pictures for my farm page, how would I put the pics from it onto this site?
1990 D250- *Under reconstruction* Getrag, 3.73 LS GM AAM 1150, HVLP lift pump, 366 spring, THD Fuel Pin, 2nd gen rad & intercooler, he351ve, 60# valve springs
1997 2500 SLT- 4x4 ECLB, 47re, 241dld, LS D80 swap, Rambrake EB
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