I've got some catchin up to do with ya'll so I grabbed a bunch of pics. There's a lot, so if a admin cuts me off, well, you'll know why! Tell me what you think! With the help of Shane, Austin and my wonderful girlfriend for taking a good majority of the pics, it was able to happen!
Here was one of the problems with OPERATION SHAKY BUMPER
Here she is, gutted like a fish!
What am I doing here?...
BAM, new grille! (well just painted, but even shane made lots of comments on it, even being a quick 1hr fix!)
Here's the pics I was meaning to get up earlier. That bump stop used to sit a lot higher. The stops are almost resting on the LCA, as you can see... The last pic is the day I brought it home.
Got rid of ALL the mossy oak in the truck, FINALLY!!! Compliments of Shane for the free door panels! meaning, my old ones with the mossy oak are up for grabs, just pay for shipping!
Then, I got tired of always looking for the right size socket when I working on ****, so I came up with a good idea, at least I think, for people who want to stay organized. The thing on the left is a strong magnet, and the socket rails hold onto those sockets REAL tight.
Operation shaky bumper is no more... Don't pay attention to the quality of the welds, I don't take pride in them, but they hold up more than alright. Those damn 120V welders are tricky!
NOW it's time to ***** me out!... Well Austin and I, but here's more random pics that the girlfriend took... Some pretty cool shots, the Canon SD630 is an awesome camera, like having PS on the camera!
We caught Austin in the middle of sh!tting his pants lol...
MY favorite pic of the night, courtesy of Shane!!!! Thanks buddy!!!
And just for ***** and giggles... It's always fun to compare the before and after shots! Here's my interior before:
And here it is now..
(Although it doesn't show all that well how good it really looks inside!)