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Old 01-18-2008, 03:40 PM
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pics-under truck paint

ive been busy with all this painting stuff.i hot water pressure washed all up under my truck and degreased everything.then i got a gallon of the oil based rust-oleum paint and went to work with an air gun.put about 2-3 coats on it all.also took the shocks and sanded them down b/c of the stupid shock boots rusted the top of a couple shocks..got some dupli-color grey and some clear to go over it and did all the shocks and steering stabilizer as well..little bit of overspray on the body b/c of the wind but i used a clay bar and it came off easily.looks good though i think...
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took a couple extra shots of the interior to show what the edge mounted looks like so i can sell it(anyone interested??? )





and also the smoked cab roof lights...




the last pic is the tires im about to put on- 46.7: tall 15.5" wide michelin military tires wrapped around some black rockstar 20x10 wheels.i got to lift my truck a little bit higher first which im in the process of now..im selling my old rims too if anyone wants them(there is a thread goin for them currently)



let me know what yall think...
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Lookin good!!!!
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looks good, aren't those michelins heavy ? how much for the edge ?
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Old 01-18-2008, 04:18 PM
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the edge is for a 6.0l and i want 425 and ill pay the shipping..the michelins are pretty heavy but alot lighter than the semi rim/tires i was thinkin about

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looks alot better than mine does, you need some new meats!
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i am trying to decide if i want to go with the edge. i am interested. just curious what your opinion is on it and why you are selling it?
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:04 PM
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it is a great unit..had alot of options and power.spun my 40's from a roll with 3.73's
im selling it to do the a-piller gauges and an sct..i was happy with the edge all around though
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:37 PM
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Wow, that's clean...time to go mudding.
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That's a real nice job! Looks good and makes me want to do mine.
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Old 01-18-2008, 05:44 PM
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thanks for all the compliments guys..in glad im done with the black boogers
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