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post #1 of 19 Old 01-20-2009, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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Photoshop gurus help please! dually convertion

Hello photoshopers, I have been thinking of converting my supercrew shortbed into a dually. I'm sure I'm not the only one that has ever though of this but I cannot find any picture of this. Some of you will probably think this is a dumb idea and would look awful but I myself am not sure I will like it either. I was just throwing around some ideas in my head. So if yall could help me out that would be great! I have included a couple pics of my truck and then I have some of the dually you can use to convert mine, also there is a pic of a mega cab because I want to see what it would look like with maga cab fenders on it too. Thanks in advance!












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i bet it would look nice i love the fat botton girls

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yeah it'll prolly look nice but heres a bump for ya


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I did not change the front wheel but you get the point


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Outstanding! Thanks man! Is there anyway you think you can do one from the side and also one from the side with the mega cab fender?

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I love that look, I wanted to do that to my 05. I would stick with the bed/fenders rather than the Dodge ones IMO.

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10-4 I'll work on it this evening.

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10-4 I'll work on it this evening.
Ok thanks man that would be awesome! I really appreciate your help!

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man im still impressed with this choppin business, i hope though when do or if you do this conversion that you use dually rims on the front axle as well.
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man im still impressed with this choppin business, i hope though when do or if you do this conversion that you use dually rims on the front axle as well.
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Yea I would use the dually wheels on the front as well if I do the conversion, that way it will have the complete look. I guess I would have to find an adapter or switch out the hub to make this work

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