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Old 04-09-2012, 07:24 PM
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Ok still trying to figure out how to post pics but maybe the photobucket link will work for now. I have been reading here along time I finally joined and wanted to show some of you guys were your advice has gone. I picked this truck up with no bed for 1000 runs good (once you got it started) but not so pretty. So it is not done but after many knew parts and alot of time here is were I'm at so far. I had the flat bed already I just had to rebuild the back stinger set up and paint, wish I took pics of it before it was pretty toasty. Any way I got it all together then decided I wanted a bumper, Those being very expensive I decided to build my own. It took a couple weeks but I think it turned out pretty good.

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Ive got to come up with a set of wheels and tires, the truck runs and starts great after new batteries terminals, fuel filter etc, etc. Normal stuff. But I want to start on the exhaust (I'm thinking stacks) but who knows. Prob won't go crazy with the mods, as the title reads it is a farm truck to be used to take some of the work load off of my good rig.
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:39 PM
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welcome to the org...as for posting pics. copy the direct link below your pic in photobucket. then when you are in you posting window click in the yellow square that looks like a post card. should be right next to the icon that looks like the earth. then delet what is in the window (should be http://) and paste you direct link in the window and wola youve posted a pic!
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