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Great work. Your friend has skillz!
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great work man
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Nice! When did you upgrade to the HIDs?
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Nice! When did you upgrade to the HIDs?

Last month I went to Kragen and bought 2 of them brand new for $110 a piece. A couple weeks later I found a guy selling 4 for $300 bucks. I talked him down to $250 then down to $225. I took back the 2 I bought brand new and got my money back. So I only paid $225 for 4 lights instead of spending $450 for 4 brand new ones. The ones I bought from the guy looked brand new and he only used them a few times. He even had all the boxes and packaging. It was a good buy that I couldn't pass up. Are you going to this meet Justin?
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Probably not going to make it...too hot, I hate trying to sleep when its hot.
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Yeah leave it up to Lance to plan the trip in the middle of summer. Damn rookie. I wont care cause I'll just drink enough beer to make me go to sleep if it's too hot.
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You thinking about going along for the Mojave trail in the fall?
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You thinking about going along for the Mojave trail in the fall?
Im going on that one for sure!
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They are worth every dollar.
thats good to know, hurry up and get us pics! I almost bought a few in Wyoming at Checkers but was kinda skeptical.

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Probably not going to make it...too hot, I hate trying to sleep when its hot.
do what guys down here do.. buy a cheap generator, then the smallest window AC unit you can find, probably about 5,000 BTU (which is still PLENTY for a tent) then run some ducting from the AC unit into the tent
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Im going on that one for sure!
Sweetness I still have not had the pleasure of seeing your truck in person.
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do what guys down here do.. buy a cheap generator, then the smallest window AC unit you can find, probably about 5,000 BTU (which is still PLENTY for a tent) then run some ducting from the AC unit into the tent If i had $300 laying around i would do it haha
Ha, that is a sweet idea! But if I had $300 laying around I would pay off my registration and insurance now...haha
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ac while camping when its **** hot > paying off the government ha
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Hahaha you guys are too much. Ac in the desert sounds good but I think having a few drinks to help me go to bed is all I will need.
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a couple jager shots will do me good, but at night in barstow its not gonna be hot, its gonna be cold as ****
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Hahaha you guys are too much. Ac in the desert sounds good but I think having a few drinks to help me go to bed is all I will need.
I rely on alcohol helping me get a good nights sleep as well.
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a couple jager shots will do me good, but at night in barstow its not gonna be hot, its gonna be cold as ****
Gah thats right...I remember camping out at Calico last year and freezing my **** off at night...
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do what guys down here do.. buy a cheap generator, then the smallest window AC unit you can find, probably about 5,000 BTU (which is still PLENTY for a tent) then run some ducting from the AC unit into the tent
holy **** thats an awesome ideai think im gonnna do that
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i will sell ya my 16" FOAs 2.5 resi :)
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holy **** thats an awesome ideai think im gonnna do that
once i get done with school, and start making decent money i think its one of the first things I'm going to invest in.. except I'm gonna get a decent generator.
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I love it. Awesome work!!
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