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Old 09-08-2010, 11:23 AM
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Finally driving the truck again

Finally got around to getting the truck ready to run. Its been sitting for a while, as I have not needed it. Replaced the vaccum pump,changed oil,fuel filter.Also purchased some Boggers and a Brush Guard.Finished up my exhaust.Just drove it on a 600 mile road trip and did great...Heres 2 recent pictures

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Old 09-08-2010, 11:38 AM
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I love it!!! where do i get one
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Well this is what it started as....

So I guess the only place to find one is spend $$$! haha
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:46 AM
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600 miles on boggers?
If you got more road trips like that I'd suggest some street tires to swap in and out of.
I've seen way to many pavement ponders on bald off road rubbers.


As for your truck. Thats a sweet ride and those boggers look plenty mean.
I like it
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Old 09-08-2010, 11:55 AM
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yeah swampers dont last long on pavement. hence why i took my Iroks off. they were just gonna go to chit if i kept running them
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600 miles on boggers?
If you got more road trips like that I'd suggest some street tires to swap in and out of.
I've seen way to many pavement ponders on bald off road rubbers.


As for your truck. Thats a sweet ride and those boggers look plenty mean.
I like it
That was a one time deal.I moved back home from Alabama.I have put 5,000 miles on the truck since March last year.

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yeah swampers dont last long on pavement. hence why i took my Iroks off. they were just gonna go to chit if i kept running them
Yeah but I dont drive the truck much. I also have a little Nissan that I drive daily.You cant beat the look of Swampers.
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Old 09-08-2010, 12:02 PM
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Well the back ground in the OP's pictures looks to be the right environment for his boggers. He made a good choice, the tire and rim package sure look good on his truck. And I'm sure they see more dirt, not just road trips

Yeah, kanuck15
Bald boggers aren't all that slick huh? lol



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Fordboy324--------- you beat me to it. I figured your answer was going to be something like that

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Old 09-08-2010, 12:06 PM
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Hey whats the lettering on your doors say? Pic doesn't show it well.
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Old 09-08-2010, 12:08 PM
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Haha i dont need another OBS lol. Ive got 3 but i do love them lol

Yeah hooiser whompers (bald swapmers) dont hold so well on anything. but even almost bald they still look cool
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Hey whats the lettering on your doors say? Pic doesn't show it well.
DOT Numbers- For some reason when I got it they had used the truck a month before or something that required dot numbers.I didnt take them off and then they became stuck to the doors.lol

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Haha i dont need another OBS lol. Ive got 3 but i do love them lol

Yeah hooiser whompers (bald swapmers) dont hold so well on anything. but even almost bald they still look cool
Ha ya. the side lugs dont ever wear down.
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