New Business!

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  1. BO185

    BO185 Y-Block King

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    Well I finally started my new venture!

    My company is Mid-South Performance & Fab. (not affiliated with Mid-South Binders or BP).

    My shop is located in Jacksonville, AR. Right now I sell GM Gen III/IV 4.8/5.3/6.0 motors, transmissions, and parts.

    I am working on making IH products such as bumpers and sliders etc... but it maybe 6 months to prototype and make some. These will be on the shelve ready to ship, and not "made to order". I hate having to give my money to a co. then wait 3-6 mos for an order.

    So if you need a GM motor or trans let me know!

    Here's my website
    http://midsouth.trifive.com/

    Here's my inventory and service page
    http://www.trifive.com/forums/showpost.php?p=346266&postcount=1

    Thanks!
    -Scott
     
  2. ihscoutmatt

    ihscoutmatt High Wheeler

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    If I hear of anybody needing a GM powerplant Ill send them your way

    have you thought to advertise on the AR Crawlers board they have alot of people from more of the Central AR area than we do in MSB
     
  3. BO185

    BO185 Y-Block King

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    I knew about it since 05 or so just never jointed. I bought my axles from one of the members on there who had an 1980 Scout II with full widths on 37''.
     
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    ihscoutmatt High Wheeler

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    I know the one your talking about his name is Alan from Austin, Ive been a member since spring of 05 although Ive not been active since like spring of '06
     
  5. BO185

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    Yeap Alan!

    I signed up but messed my name up! LOL so maybe they can fix it!:confused:
     
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    BO185,
    It's nice to know someone's in the neighborhood if I need anything. Being a poor boy though I try to do stuff myself.

    BTW Your avatar is really annoying. ;)
     
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    do you do transmission rebuilds?
     
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    I don't just sell used ones.
     
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    BO185 i was reading on your LS swap page and saw where you can have the rear O2 sensors turned off in the computer. My daily driver in my signature doesn't have any cats and i was wondering where i could go to get those turned off, the little yellow light is driving me nuts.
     
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    You have to remove your PCM and ship it out. Not sure of anyone local that could do it with HPtuners etc... But give these guys a call the might can do in the truck, if not they know someone who can. They are located in Conway.


    or you could remove the dash and take the bulb out. Then just check of SES light codes once a week. Be free and not cost anything.
     

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