^^^^^the original, this was also taken before i did the bedliner paintjob.^^^^^
the blue truck is what i was basing mine off of.
the pictures came up out of order, but this is the cb antenna wire, i need some ideas on how to get this hidden.
this is a picture of the bumper i made, after the bedliner paintjob, i hit it as hard as i could with a sledge hammer, and all that happened was rust came off the head of the hammer.
picture of the cb i got
the mic comes out of the middle of the two seats
closer of the CB, but blurry.
here you can see the light bar, with no lights, *soon to be put on* and also the CB antenna
rear bumper, and light bar finished and mounted.
the one bolt that hold my plate on
light bar close up
how do you like my behind?
light bar, again. how i mounted it.
this is Adam, he had a jeep, he pulls me out of the mud, playgrounds, snow. i wanna be like him. he is also the one that helped me with all of the metal work.
the bumper specks.
the tube is 4 and a half inched round, and 1/4 inch thick.
the caps are just made out of sheet metal welded on there.
the round things that you can see welded onto the bumper are so you can stick a rope or recovery strap, or even a D shackle.
the main part of the bumper is welded to angle iron metal stuff. ( i do not know what it is called, but its steel, with an angle in it. and that bolts right into the original bumper holes. so if i wanted to, i could take it off, and sell it.
its al painted with the same bedliner i painted the bottom half of my truck.
the light bar.
this is a 1.3/4 inch steel pipe, welded to sheet metal, that is bolted into the door jam of the truck. i got the idea of this light bar from the KC light bar.
well. it was a cheap, 80 dollar CB, that was on sale at radioshack for 30 dollars. i got it cause one of my friends had bought the same one, 5 min before me. so it was an impulse buy. i didnt even do research.
the antenna, is like $30 dont know that specks on that either
SO! what do you think?