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Old 02-09-2005
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Felt like I was lying if I left it at "PM sent".....yeah I'm weird so sue me... :)
At least my truck doesn't kickass and have more gadgets than....damnit....
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Nice!!!
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Well it sounds liek you have this venue covere. i dont want to try and steal work from you.

If you do get too many, let me know. i would be happy to take the overflow.
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I will attest to seeing those sliders on John and Rands trucks. They beat the bloody snot out of them and they keep right on going. Another member ( BuckGnarly ) has a set on his truck. He was T-boned. The sliders ( literally ) saved a LOT of damage. They are the real McCoy, designed to take a beating and laugh about it.

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I'd be interested in a set for a reg cab. I'll bug you sometime when I see you're not so loaded with 'em. And when I get my tires this summer, I'm coming up for a meet dangit. Y'all have fun.
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If anyone opens a shop making these bars, I would like a pair for a 94 They look quite sweet and would compliment my truck well, I don't like thoes round westin's I don't think it would look great.

Let me know, if anyone needs help, I can deffinately take a weekend out and help make them with anyone local, like 400 miles from PA.

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That would be me. I've never made them for a 94 or a regular cab so I would definitely need to see your truck and take some measurements. I still have to customize the set I made for Doc so they work with his relocated rear spring perches and then I need to fabricate a new bumper/winch mount for me. Once all of that is done I'll see if I can make another batch. I still have to make one for Carl to replace the one that was ruined in the accident so making a couple more sets shouldn't be a problem.

When the time comes that I'm able to go back into production, I will post here to let everyone know.
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Sounds fine, and hey if ya need my truck to make a pair your welcome to have it for the weekend, you can measure to stock holes, I believe this frame was used from 1993 - 1996 so that way you can do 1 piece of work for a couple years
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