And from today. And now on IT'S A WORK TRUCK NOT A SHOW TRUCK, the epic saga of one man's demented determination to beat a truck into submission. This morning, Heath and I went to the scrap yard. On the way back the dash nearly fell out of #7. These GMT400 trucks had a major flaw in the dash design. There are two 10mm bolts that hold the bottom of the dash up. And there are three small screws that hold the top. The three small screws go into steel, the dash is plastic, the mounts break, especially if you do much driving on rough roads ( or non existent roads). You can buy premade clips to repair it, but I am cheap. I dug through the metal pile and found a piece of aluminum. Marked it I put it in the redneck bandsaw, and used the worlds dullest hacksaw blade. Then I changed my orientation. A pass through the redneck Bridgeport. My super high tech angle finder. Then a run through the redneck metal break. Finally a few of these odd sized washers for the two mounts that were completely broken off. And finally the clips installed. It wasn't bad except for the bad sawblade. Total time invested one cigar.