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Some new pictures

Haven't posted any pictures of the truck in a long while. Here's a few new ones. There a few weeks old, except for the last one, which i took yesterday.












Took this one yesterday. after a put on the new(new to me) set of factory foglights


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Lookin good John

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thats a good looking truck man! I need to do the chrome around the bottom of mine to cover all the rock chips from having the 35's on!
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Lookin good John
Thanks man. It's about time for a spring cleaning and shinning on it. The wheels are absolutely nasty.

Bout time for a clay bar, some wax, some chrome polish, and some wheel polish.

Gotta wait for winter to be gone for good tho. It was in the 70's on sunday, and tonight it's in the 20's and snowing

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thats a good looking truck man! I need to do the chrome around the bottom of mine to cover all the rock chips from having the 35's on!
Thanks man. I love my chrome rocker panel strips. They were on the truck when i bought it, but i have NO plans to take them off. i love them.

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Thanks man. It's about time for a spring cleaning and shinning on it. The wheels are absolutely nasty.

Bout time for a clay bar, some wax, some chrome polish, and some wheel polish.

Gotta wait for winter to be gone for good tho. It was in the 70's on sunday, and tonight it's in the 20's and snowing
yeah we are having the same crappy weather, it will look real good with all that done, I just got done clay barring, waxing and polishing the wheels on my moms cherokee SRT8 and man that makes a huge difference

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yeah we are having the same crappy weather, it will look real good with all that done, I just got done clay barring, waxing and polishing the wheels on my moms cherokee SRT8 and man that makes a huge difference
sweet.

My truck's never been clay barred, so i'm thinking it might like it quite a bit

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sweet.

My truck's never been clay barred, so i'm thinking it might like it quite a bit
Yeah I bet it will, its amazing the kind of crap that clay bar will pull off, your paint will be nice and smooth then

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what is this clay baring? I found a soap i use on mine that basically keeps it protected to the point that waxing doesnt even help much and it shines pretty good as well!!
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what is this clay baring? I found a soap i use on mine that basically keeps it protected to the point that waxing doesnt even help much and it shines pretty good as well!!
use a detailer spray that comes in the clay bar kit, mist it on the paint after cleaing the truck, then rub the area with a clay bar and wipe clean with terry cloth, repeat on whole truck

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Its just supposed to get rid of anything the wash doesnt get rid of? Idk how much it would help me lol, thats one thing my truck DOES have is a real clean shine to it ( just not enough power haha)
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