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Old 02-25-2007, 08:12 AM
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man I've done so much to this truck but hav'nt had time to snap any decent pics. what do you guys think. I'm not sure what to do next, maybe the stereo stuff?

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Old 02-25-2007, 08:34 AM
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Nice, it was worth all the work!
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The truck looks great.you should get some kind of light bar and lights for the front.And get rid of the stock steps and get a kind of more rugged lookin side step kind of like an off road nurf bar.take a look at my garage it will give you a look at the front light bar but i still have to get the steps work in progress.
And your rig does look pretty sweet.
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id say hook up some cab clearence lights
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beepbeepbeepbeep that looks good, makes me wish id gotten black
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yeah djordan, I like your light bar that is sweet. Those are some wide @ssed tires dude! I've still to find aftermarket steps that I like?

I'm looking into buying a trailer for all my tools so the cap may go, but I like having the cover from the elements. I can camp out in the bed at my mountain bike races too, so it saves on the hotel bill. We'll see
Anyway, thanks for the input, you guys have some nice rides as well

Scott
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Great looking truck How do you like that rubber?Are they pricey?I like the thead on them/12.50/18" Kumho Road Venture MT's
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Black looks good for 5 minutes, man it's a btch to keep clean.
the Kumho's are awesome, they are fairly quite but ride smooth as silk. No vibe what so ever. they were 300.00 each plus 70.00 bucks to mount and balance. My last set were Micky T's radial claws and they were so freekin loud and I never could get them balanced. the steering wheel always shook pretty good.
djordan, those fender flares look great!
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