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I like the cooler mod.
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i would have to see a mock-up.. but i love the way u have ur lights mounted.. thats badass haha
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i was thinkin making it a flatbed dually.
that would be really ghey...
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that would be really ghey...
yeah maybe too you. i think it would look bad ***.
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Unless you're a fisherman, don't make it a flat bed. I've seen a couple trucks here with just the "cheap 2x4" beds.....BLAH!! Looks like ***.
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.........I kinda wanna see a ranger flatbed dually
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i would never do it to my truck, but I'd certainly like to see what it would look like if you did it properly. I say go for it...
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what does a firsher man have to do with flatbeds? if anything i would say a farm truck. somethings people say on here just dont make sense to me.
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^ha
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^^^thats bad assery
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yeah thats pretty sweet.
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I think thats a horrible looking flatbed. on a weak truck. flatbed only look good on well built trucks...

I like my buddies flatebed...



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You asked for everyones opinion,and everyones is different.I say put your bed back on, because i think a truck bed is what defines a truck to be a truck.But that is only my opinion,and you are going to do what you think is right for you,no matter what anyone says,so i would do what i felt was right for me.
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I like the jeep,nice.
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i think you should put a flat bed on and while your at it the passenger shock and a front drive shaft. i think when you finished with it that track will prolly be the baddest truck here.

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I say put your bed back on, because i think a truck bed is what defines a truck to be a truck.
personally i think nothing says "truck" more than a flat bed and big boggers!
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just do the flat bed, take pics, see if u like it, if not go back? lol

but not the dualie part! please!!!!
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No.......imo
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