OBS Chevy/GMC Front Clip Removal & 632ci Big Block First Mock Up! (Uncle George 1993 Suburban Build)
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In this video we show you how to take the front clip off of an OBS GMT400 Chevy GMC k1500 k2500 etc! We also mock up our BluePrint Engines 632ci BBC for the very first time to check fitment of the motor mounts oil pan and other things. Soon to come is the removal of the full body and getting the frame on a rotisserie so we can start prepping it for por15! So make sure you have upload notifications turned on if you want to follow our at home restoration!
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  • Stapleton42
    Stapleton42

    We are glad you guys are here for the process! There’s a distinct difference in the kind of people who enjoy watching build videos and learning…vs the people who only show up for burnouts and breaking things. You’re our favorite kind of people 💪🏻 Channel merchandise here Stapletonautoworks.com

    • Terry Leonard
      Terry Leonard

      It’s only fun breaking stuff if you’re getting it free. And I can do burnouts all day long if I wanted too. But I just usually only do 1-2 . . 😂

    • kevin auman
      kevin auman

      I'm interested in this "future racecar" of logans does she have anything specific in mind yet or just gonna find something that jumps out at her one day and go wild on it???

    • robert ramus
      robert ramus

      @Stapleton42 that's good to hear lol it's a big step especially with 4 kids 🤣

    • CHiCAGO VASKO
      CHiCAGO VASKO

      @Stapleton42 stay blessed brother.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      @robert ramus NC is great!

  • D
    D

    This is gonna be epic. Excited to see it all. Also, if everyone had a relationship like yours, where you share a common interest and dreams, the world would be so much better and happier.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      We agree. Thanks for being here man

  • patchedupdemon
    patchedupdemon

    Making mistakes goes hand in hand when learning, you never forget what you did wrong. this channel just gets better and better, loving this longer video,hope you're both well, thanks for taking the time to not just time-lapse everything, and share your knowledge with us.

    • Scott
      Scott

      very well said!

  • James Engel
    James Engel

    Always enjoy watching you guys work. Guaranteed good times. As far as rust on the 88-98 gmt400 trucks, i have 3 and they are not nearly as bad as the 2 99-06 gmt800 trucks i have. The earlier trucks had better rust protection and thicker sheetmetal compared to the 99-06 and later models. And as far as breaking things....its all part of the learning process. I have broken plenty of parts in my 35yrs messing around both on others and many times my own vehicles.

  • Daniel Armstrong
    Daniel Armstrong

    I’ve been dying to see the build for this engine…can’t wait to see how it turns out…👍 🏎💨💨💨💨💨

  • Mark Miller
    Mark Miller

    Right on, saw the latest post, am going to enjoy this build series immensely! Right there with you & Logan as you do a complete overhaul on this 29 year old 'Burban! Love the ad-libs, 1 liners and banter you guys add to each episode! Always appreciate your video quality, 2nd to none as far as I'm concerned. Both of you rock as always! Thank you so much!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you as always mark!

  • Justin Van Buren
    Justin Van Buren

    Y’all are awesome!! Keep up just what y’all are doing don’t ever change!!

  • Sharky's Garage - RC and More
    Sharky's Garage - RC and More

    I love the interplay between you two. Favourite headlights are a thing. Been waiting on this project to be able to be started. I personally think using the older front fits the sleeper image ???? #SAWChequeredFlagSquad (C.F.S) watching every video to the very end !

  • Dean Woods
    Dean Woods

    Huge props to the boss and her small hands helping ya with installing this monster. 👍👏👏👏

  • RebelRacer99
    RebelRacer99

    That whole headlight situation was definitely one of my favorite parts of the Uncle Rob build. As for breaking shit, it happens. I busted a pcv hose on my Durango trying to vacuum out the engine bay of critter crap and acorns, and I've broken bits and pieces on customer cars at work before, usually bolts, although I have managed the break a few wheel studs. Most annoying one was a 99 v6 Pathfinder that I broke the brittle ass plastic heater core on by breathing on it while replacing the valve cover gaskets.

  • Helmersher
    Helmersher

    This will be an awesome ride! Definitely prefer the later style grille tho. Keep up the good work, looking forward to see all the projects in the future

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man

  • PokeDadTyler
    PokeDadTyler

    Jeez the consistent phenomenal uploads just keep coming! Thank you guys for your hard work and dedication. I know I say it alot, but you guys deserve to be told this. You guys work harder than most people on IRglo and seeing you grow is amazing. I'm so glad to be a part of the Stapleton Clan. Hope to meet you guys someday, you guys single handedly got me through my surgery recovery. Thank you. Much love from Ohio

  • GG Buck
    GG Buck

    I remember how Logan had to fight to get the left headlight in and you would come over and just pop it in, so this is very funny to see her struggle with the right one. That said, not many people have mates that are in something together like you two.

  • Jmopinion
    Jmopinion

    Good to see the progress. Them headers are going to be tough. Your wall of merch looks great. Glad you got the Monty Carlo straighted out finally is sounds great.

  • James Hilton
    James Hilton

    Nice work! I am ready to see it up and running! You should do electric/auto cut outs on the exhaust to give you a nice quiet idle and then roar on acceleration!

  • Dairon Blue
    Dairon Blue

    This is going to be a badass build can't wait

  • John Z
    John Z

    Wow! Getting exhaust on that beast is going to be a HUGE challenge,, BUT Mitchell and Logan will get 'er dun.

  • Trevor Smith
    Trevor Smith

    It’s great watching your channel evolving, you and Logan are such a great team, learning and growing together

  • Jay Picinich
    Jay Picinich

    These are the videos I’m here for! 🤘🏼Don’t get me wrong the nascar history stuff is chill but these are the videos I relate to!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man! We do a little bit of everything

  • Mark Lane
    Mark Lane

    Twisting lines and messing them up happens alot when working with old stuff. Ive broken a number of brake lines and one of the same condenser lines.

  • Mad Cow Mark
    Mad Cow Mark

    Cheers Guy's, looking forward to watching the Uncle George build series. Hope it's enjoyable for you as watching will be for me. Take care, be safe.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you mark!

  • William Patton
    William Patton

    I am so freaking stoked to see this build process!! You guys are definitely doing it right with a frame-off restoration on a rotisserie. If you have any questions about restoring anything let me know! I went to school for auto restoration and love doing it

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man

  • Grifterfade Empire
    Grifterfade Empire

    Loved the journey it’s been amazing!!! keep grinding this building is going to be awesome. The headlight of uncle Rob haha good time. There’s a will there’s a way the light was going in.

  • Stuart Burden
    Stuart Burden

    Well, Mitch and Logan... I'm so glad you're starting another vehicle build... Uncle George... that motor is mighty fine too... can't wait to hear her roar! Very best wishes to you both. Very best regards. Stuart

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you! The rolls will come with time. It’s a big build and needs a lot of big price tag parts lol

  • Richard Deshazo
    Richard Deshazo

    Logan is fantastic, and she fits everywhere! There was a time when I learned just as You are. Keep up the work.

  • Joeyray
    Joeyray

    This is really cool! I’m swapping frames on my truck soon to make it a short bed, pretty fun to watch you guys mess with something a little more beefier and a tiny bit newer than mine! Thanks for the entertainment!!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man! Hopefully our process helps you with yours!

  • Jason McKinney
    Jason McKinney

    Love it, gonna be an awesome truck! Y'all rock can't wait for the next video. Much love from Kentucky, dude I've done so many broken things, huuummm. I was a service technician working on a washer got it fixed moving it back into place and ripped the customer's floor. Oh that sucked, having to tell them and my company had to replace the floor and it was alot! Sorry so long "3 hours later" lol. Y'all be safe, love watching!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks Jason we appreciate you!

  • Joe Lowrey
    Joe Lowrey

    I'm just glad you guys are making it. Yall are awesome keep grinding out these videos.

    • Joe Lowrey
      Joe Lowrey

      Your welcome. I just wish I could have gotten out to yellow belly when yall were there.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you joe!

  • Steve Milley
    Steve Milley

    Logan, the GM headlight specialist! Another great episode guys. Thanks.

    • Diane G
      Diane G

      Yep, If it doesn't fit, you must... melt it to make it fit! lol! My kidda gal!

  • Bill
    Bill

    My first big mistake was replacing hinge pins on my 79 regal (first car- very limited funds),and I shut the door the first time without checking alignment and the window hit the drip rail and shattered.

  • Doug Grenard
    Doug Grenard

    Great job, you both aren't afraid to tie into any project. Please continue to do what you do, the bantering is Great.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      We will! Lots of builds coming up and a lot of work left on this one too!

  • Jared Farney
    Jared Farney

    Logan keeping it real about the bolt bag! That was a good fart too, always quality content on this channel. The list of things I didn't screw up on a car is much shorter. Nothing like the box of mystery bolts at the end of a project. I like the living room, I also have a bunch of dicast in my living room. Can always be ballin on a budget, I did a few times so far.

  • dzlfumz20
    dzlfumz20

    This is gonna be an awesome build and I cant wait for the series!! You guys make a great team! On a side note I'm not sure if you check your insta messages but I sent you one a few months ago and was wondering if you have an address or PO box I can sent something to? I have an old Yukon die cast from Matco that I'd like to give you. Keep up the amazing content!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man! We don’t have a PO Box set up yet

  • K Jack
    K Jack

    Awesome, I love your streams. Awesome shop you have. Congatulations to you both, its not easy what you do. The long days and night you both put in. Im no nascar fan but love the history of it. So love what you do. Mad love and respect to you both. xx

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man

  • Adam Sousa
    Adam Sousa

    I'm so hyped dude. I loved watching the Escalade's transformation, and I love this body style. This body style is what I was driven around in as a kid and saw growing up so there's a special place in my heart.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Absolutely the same story here man. My dads 95 was my favorite thing ever. It planted the seed for my lifelong interest in Suburbans

  • Pyro5151
    Pyro5151

    Trust me I remember the headlight on Uncle Rob and then Logan was pissed when Mitchell put it in the first time

  • juiced media
    juiced media

    It's a good day when you post.. glad to see y'all. Keep up the good work both of you.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you

  • Brady Morrison
    Brady Morrison

    I’m gonna love this series since I have a 90 rcsb obs of my own that I’ve been wanting to ls swap mabye this will give me the motivation.

  • Chris Stotler
    Chris Stotler

    Glad to see you guys back at it again, and everyone messes up taking things apart. That's how you learn the right way to put it back together.

  • Noble Lundberg
    Noble Lundberg

    So excited to see a modern GMT 400 build. They are a great sturdy platform!

  • Doug Causey
    Doug Causey

    I'm definitely gonna follow this build. Thanks for keeping us updated Mitchell & your pretty assistant

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you Doug!

  • TODD BERG
    TODD BERG

    I caught your Collier Motors video and I'm hooked. I have a '68 AMC Rebel convertible w/30k miles. It looks good from 20' but needs some detail work. Thanks for giving me the hope that I can do the work myself. Best wishes to you and Logann. Looking forward to the next installment.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you Todd welcome to the team!

  • Keith B
    Keith B

    Hey Mitch and Logan. I just wanna recommend an air impact for you. I just bought a Thor 1/2" impact that was tested on the Torque Test Channel. Paid 168 bucks for it. It's a beast. Enjoyed the video. SUCK IT.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man!

  • jeremiah johnson
    jeremiah johnson

    Watching the build makes the burnout and 9 seconds passes even better. I love the passion behind what you guys do and build. From the ground up builds the wonder of how fast or good it’s going to be, that’s my favorite part. Suck it cole

    • jeremiah johnson
      jeremiah johnson

      I hope you guys can make it to Cali some time so is west coasters can have a meat up. You guys are on a great path for success.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Absolutely true. Thanks for being a real one man

  • Rear Engine Shop
    Rear Engine Shop

    Excited for this! There are my favorite body style for some reason. I like our 18 Suburban but these look cooler.

  • Ott Motorsports
    Ott Motorsports

    I really enjoy your builds. I’m collecting parts for some upgrades on my 383 3rd gen Camaro that I built over 10 years ago

  • J Tuck
    J Tuck

    We’ve been waiting on this for a while now and we’re stoked that the time has finally come!!! 🎊🕺🏼🎉 we’ve had several burbs in our family over the years and it’s awesome that you like to make them go fast 😁

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      That’s awesome! Exactly why I love doing this. Suburbans are the unsung vehicular hero of America. Everyone has a story with them 😂

  • Karaoke Vic
    Karaoke Vic

    This is a pretty cool build. Glad to see you have Logan more involved in it. She seems to be more comfortable in front of the camera now. Waiting to see that engine fire up!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      us too. its going to sound amazing

  • German Shepherd Ninja
    German Shepherd Ninja

    Literally wait for every video, you guys have a different kind of channel, in a great way, one in which ppl can relate and we love you for that. Can’t wait for any good things that come your way, you are both awesome 👏 💯👍

    • German Shepherd Ninja
      German Shepherd Ninja

      Definitely didn’t look that comment over before sending, guys guys guys lol…sorry.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man 😂

  • metrickarma
    metrickarma

    I've been thinking about replacing the front grill on my 94 yukon, this will definitely come in handy!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      That’s awesome I’m glad we could help!

  • Mountains Garage
    Mountains Garage

    Love your stuff as always. Curious why you didn’t use the stock mounts? The stock clamshells are a good design, and the BBC bolts right in. I always forget you guys are so young! Wish I started my channel sooner! Mountains Garage

  • Tahoe's & Turbo's
    Tahoe's & Turbo's

    Freaking loved every second of this video buddy! watching it was like watching my video when i put the ls in the tahoe lol i also took the face off for a better look at the engine installed. i also dropped my front diff a few inches when i replaced my lower mounts and it was super easy, i felt logans pain lol that 632 sure looks epic between the rails and i cant wait to see the next video!!!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thanks man. We’re definitely gonna pull the diff when we have the frame on the rotisserie and weld some nuts to the backside. Among some other structural modifications for future mods 😎

    • Mad Cow Mark
      Mad Cow Mark

      How's your Tahoe going?

  • Joe Houlihan
    Joe Houlihan

    Yes, Logan loves that drivers side head light of Uncle Robs Yukon! I know and am proud to be an OG, thanks for the reference to us that have been watching. The new 93 front grill for sure! Are you going to put the cab let’s on like your Dads old Burban?

  • Jay h
    Jay h

    Uncle George is awesome! Uncle Rob was fun to watch. You inspire all us Tahoe and suburban guys.,👍👍👍👍

  • 695Maverick
    695Maverick

    I did the same thing with the transmission lines that go into the radiator on my first car when I tried to do an engine swap. Happens to everyone. All you can do is laugh and fix/replace it and enjoy the memories.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      😂 live and learn

  • Justin Walters
    Justin Walters

    95-99 grill shell FTW! Just before you guys started in on the headlights I thought "Poor Logan and her GMC headlight issues."! So awesome to see it finally going in!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      😂 thanks man

  • Matt S
    Matt S

    Looking forward to seeing this one come back to life with the blue print…😀 What’s happening with the Rolls Royce,? any more progress coming ?

  • LSX bird
    LSX bird

    I was just thinking , poor Logan always gets stuck with those dang headlights lol. Sometimes those "easy" to install pin locks can really be not so fun 🤣

  • Majiksmoke
    Majiksmoke

    Good to see Logan back on headlight detail...we know how much she loves GMC headlights 😂

  • LSX bird
    LSX bird

    I once stripped 2 out of the 3 threads for cam retainer plate in an aluminum block when removing them about 5 years ago. I don't remember doing anything wrong, more or less being unlucky lol. I had limited knowledge and tools, so when installation time came, those bolts were coated top to bottom in red loctite. That engine still runs like a top to this day

  • Telecasteroil
    Telecasteroil

    Getting ready to see the header nightmare, great build..... You Got This !!!!!!

  • Matthew Serrao
    Matthew Serrao

    Hahaha doing the rear end suspension on my bronco my dad (who has taught me everything I know on cars) clipped a brake hardline on the axle with an angle grinder n toasted it n I almost ruined the stock housing by going to deep cutting the stock shock bracket off! Fun learning experiences:) excited for this build!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      😂 dang

  • Crispy 1
    Crispy 1

    Finally after months of waiting which I completely understand why. Uncle George finally makes his debut to enter the fast fleet of Stapleton Autoworks.

  • Allen Ott
    Allen Ott

    While attempting my first oil change on my mom's 1994 Saturn SL2, I managed to take off the transmission fluid filter and drain the transmission. The transmission filter happened to look similar to the oil filter and was near the side of the engine in these particular cars. Additionally when the transmission fluid drained it was black like used motor oil. After realizing that I had drained the transmission fluid, I found the correct bolt to drain the oil. While the oil drained I took a trip to the part store for ATF and a transmission filter. In attempts to finish the oil change and what turned into a transmission flush I forgot which side the transmission filter went on. Due to my forgetfulness, I accidently screwed on the oil filter onto the transmission filter side. The filter appeared to have been screwed all the way on except I didn't see the tiny gap in between the filter and where the seal sinks into flange. Incidentally the transmission filter screwed on just fine because it was a little bit bigger. After topping off the fluids, I start the vehicle only to find ATF spraying everywhere. I immediately shut the car off with the ground now covered in ATF. I had to craw under the car to find that I got the filters swapped. Nothing like having to redue your job a second time while laying in ATF. The great news is I got the filters correct the second time. The transmission fluid and oil got changed and I haven't screwed up this bad doing oil changes since. On an additional note about the rust belt, I live in Ohio and the break caliper bolts seized up on this same car. While removing the rear spindle do to the caliper bolts, I ended up breaking a 2 ft 1/2 inch drive Snap-On breaker bar and alot of Craftsman sockets. Rust wasn't kind to bolts on this car. I was not disappointed when she decided to junk it after the timing chain broke.

  • Wawawerks
    Wawawerks

    I learned the hard way about torque to yield... Never re-use those bolts, it will break. And you'll hate yourself having to retap your block after getting that lil shit out 😂😂😂

  • Kodyboy
    Kodyboy

    Nice content. You two make a great team!

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      Thank you!

  • Arthur Fricchione
    Arthur Fricchione

    Took me a while to get to uncle George but I’m here and it should be a terrific series. Thanks for sharing and you and Logann stay safe and well 🇺🇸👍

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      glad you're here for it man

  • Joe Fergerson
    Joe Fergerson

    Way cool! Going to be an awesome build!

  • Nathan Davis
    Nathan Davis

    Changing the composite head lights over to the older quads might look good too.

  • SOU7000
    SOU7000

    I vote for the 94-99 fascia. Always preferred the slightly recessed grill.

  • Chris Denton
    Chris Denton

    I’ll tell you about the time the radiator in my 6.4 super duty started leaking again(third time). I am pretty good at swapping them out at this point, but there are 2 different length 8mm bolts on the fan shroud and inner fenders. I got them swapped up in the low light of night garage working and put the long one from the inner fender into the fan shroud, which punched the bolt through the new $600 radiator. That one hurt.

  • Chace
    Chace

    Sincerely I haven't ordered new merch in a while.. but back when I did..I was just excited to get my handwritten note on a hand cut piece of construction paper. With a strip of Saw stickers that you guys said you would add if we rounded our purchase or tip to 69 cents. Nothing but love for you guys please keep it up because you're encouraging so many to do better with their lifes.

  • Tyler Conant
    Tyler Conant

    A couple years ago, I was changing the oil pump on my 90 suburban, has the same 350 tbi you guys pulled out of uncle George. When I was taking the pump off, I also took off the main bearing cap with it which shouldn't be taken off to change the oil pump btw, and when I put it back in, I misread the torque spec in my Haynes manual by one line and went to torque it to 110 ft lbs which is the big block spec. Long story short, the main bearing bolt never made it to 110 and snapped off in the block. I'm turning 23 in a month and getting the big mistakes out the way early I guess lol. If Logan sees or hears this story, I hope she feels better when stuff breaks 😂

  • DM Bryant
    DM Bryant

    Great job. I did my frame off on my ’98 Ram and put a lil 572 in em. Take one day at a time and enjoy the adventure. The end results you’ll look back on and be proud. Love the retro wheels; a bit of an ‘80s vibe. But with less farts. ALSO Logan’s Right Headlight with that cold side tube. Awesome

  • Joe Velderman
    Joe Velderman

    I definitely like the '95 grill more than the older one. I think the lines are quite a bit tighter on the new grill and I like the color matched paint. Gotta also go with the '95+ mirrors though too.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      I totally agree!

  • 69 Kind of Guy
    69 Kind of Guy

    Learned the hard way on checking piston ring end gap particularly oil expander support rings. Didn't pay much attention and had a ton of blow by and eventually broke a piston. Tore it apart found the support rings made a wavy imprint on the cylinder walls and sure enough they were butting. Sucked but at least i learned with hypereutectic pistons and not my forged Pistons.

    • Stapleton42
      Stapleton42

      good point! there is always a lesson in something lol

  • David Muzquiz
    David Muzquiz

    Love the content, I have a obs tahoe I'm building and local to NC would be nice to see it out in the future. Keep it up

  • Zackary Motes
    Zackary Motes

    Finished installing a new shift cable in my ‘83 Camaro.. sat the car down off the stands.. the proceeded to back over a jack stand and tear hole in trans pan… Live and learn! Check twice. Lol. Love all the content! Favorite IRglo channel! ✌🏻From AL!

  • CJ Yothers
    CJ Yothers

    Definitely was here too see her struggling with the boost pipe light. 🤣

  • Nick Cossio
    Nick Cossio

    First lesson I learned the hard way when I started working on vehicles was unbolt the carb from the intake manifold before you start to disassemble it to swap out jets, floats or anything inside cause when those small pieces fall into the intake far enough you will then learn how to head gasket replacement to retrieve said small pieces hahaha!!!! 😂 It's part of learning

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