This is my 2001 Chevrolet Crew-Cab S-10 4X4

I wish that Chevrolet would have built a ZR2 widestance version of this, but since they did not. I plan to build one, as close as possible, ...eventually.

This is the image that has inspired me, and the direction I plan to take this project.
( 1999 SEMA car show- "Baja S-10 Crew Cab" )


This project replaced "Thunder Chevy" and received the title-
"ThunderII- Tach's Cab"

The arrival of my son Tachoda nesitated the change in vehicles hence the "sequel" "ThunderII".

The Crew Cab has undergone quite a few changes. 

I installed a roof rack donated by a 1991 Oldsmobile Bravada
It has 12V Bow contacts
(which allows for use of a cargo box while traveling)
This now has wireless controlled 7" HID lights
Coleman Safari basket
G1 Goodmark cowl induction hood
Bushwacker Extend-a-fender Flares (quite a bit of modification was required for the rear flares)*removed* These Flares were replaced with Skidz Cut-out Flares
Zerostart 120v cab heater
Audiovox overhead video console and trip computer
Auto dim mirror
Laptop Tabletop System
RCA aux. inputs
Pillar mounted dual gauge pod w/digital trans temp and aux. fuel gauge
Altimeter / Clinometer
ScangaugeII w/Xgauge
Console PowerPort
Dual band ham radio
Onboard battery conditioner / charger
Jeniko laptop mount / Compaq notebook / Earthmate GPS
Bazooka Tube
WeatherTech WeatherFlectors
SofTopper canopy
Aluminum front, engine and transfer case shields, Steel gas tank shield
2" body lift
Boise Spring works 2" rear spring kit 
Westin Signature series step bars and modified Safari light bar (I had to modify the mounts to correct for the body lift)*removed*
Grate Sand Ladders
Front and rear tow hooks
BFGoodrich AT KO 33x9.50-15 tires 
ZR5 wheels w/"Adventure" hub caps
Bilstein heavy duty shocks
Swing away spare tire carrier w/ drop bracket
Front hidden and rear 2" receiver hitches
9000# Milemarker winch
21 gallon auxillary fuel tank
Shaved badges
Front 1.25" spacers and rear 1" spacers
Steering Stabilizer
Energy suspension polyurethane sway bar bushings and custom quick disconnects
ZQ8 Quick ratio steering box
Re-valved power steering pump
Quadbeam Headlight Mod
Toshiba 9011 HIR highbeam bulbs
55W fog light bulb upgrade ( GM Part # 9442879 )
Aux. 100w fog lights
LED underbody rock light
Spot back-up light
Scanner light
Rechargeable Maglite
Auto dim review mirror
Bravada double visors
Remote controlled winch lighting
50w halogen back-up light bulb and back alarm
ZR2 8.625" G80 rear axle assembly
Moser Engineering Aluminum differential support cover
APC clear corners
Polished bowtie

    Performance modifications include Hypertech's Power Programmer III.
It didn't make a huge improvement in power, and no change to gas mileage, but the shift firmness, and other available adjustments made it a good investment. 

    Large capacity replacement radiator (Go/Dan part# 43 1405)
    Auxillary "sandwich style" transmission cooler
    Engine block heater (part # ZRO 310-0057)
Diehard Platinum 78 battery
    EGR restrictor mod

    Factory air box and modified headlight support
    CFM throttle blade 
    1" throttle body spacer 
    K&N FIPK
    3" catback with high flow muffler (good low end improvement)
   Removed pre-cat
    Heater control valve (it's nice to have cool feet now!) 
    Taylor Spiro-pro plug wires 
    Dual ignition coils
    MSD 6AL ignition control
    LS1 Electric fans conversion
   140 amp AD244 alternator
    Air Cleaner Restriction Indicator
    Jet Low Temp Stat
    Relocated IAT Sensor
    Corvette Servo
   Torque Converter Control Switch

The hitch plate for the winch is done and works well

Finally found a decent place to mount my CB. I removed the ashtray (not used anyway) and installed it there. For the CB antenna I used a glass mount on the rear window.