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the single most important..

...thing to bring wheelin

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yer cooler!!! :00 6::danc e:
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the best part is the passenger can reach out and get something when ever we deem necessary..

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Going to college station next weekend I'm gonna have someone in the back seat, soooo she's gonna be fetching lots of drinks lol.
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ahahahahahaha redneck refrigerator FTW hahaahahah INGENIOUS!
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hahah wow.. and isnt it single??

hahah
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your nutz lol
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ahahahahahaha redneck refrigerator FTW hahaahahah INGENIOUS!
hardly red neck... well kinda

everyone brings coolers wheelin.. mine just has a specific spot now

I actually went and bought that cooler just for this build lol
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hahah wow.. and isnt it single??

hahah
it shows its changed on my screen..

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your nutz lol
just bored
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why did you cut your bed in half.. i saw this thread but still cant figure you method
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ugh
i need to get a pic from a different angle..

can you not see the end is narrower? Its a crawlin thing i guess..

can you tell here?
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Its for clearance reasons..keeps the *** outa the rocks a little better i guess, There's different ways of doing it but w/ the bed liner it made it tricky to do the other ways.

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lol Maybe now you could put the rest of the floor back in?




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it's okay matt...he's an idiota. i think it looks effin' sick as eff!
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I would at least get some flat stock or something and bolt it in place to give the floor a little more strength. No welding required
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i was wondering about that from your avatar pic. I thought your wheels were sticking out alot farther than usual.
U gonna build a narrow bumper?
wait...... what am i thinkin..... you dont even like bumpers!
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I would at least get some flat stock or something and bolt it in place to give the floor a little more strength. No welding required
that frame added a ton of strength, I may just use a piece of angle at the very end of the bed and see what happens.

i still have a high lift mount, power tank mount and tire mount in the plans.

then I'm gonna squeeze in a place to put spare drive shafts and axle shafts lol

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i was wondering about that from your avatar pic. I thought your wheels were sticking out alot farther than usual.
U gonna build a narrow bumper?
wait...... what am i thinkin..... you dont even like bumpers!
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hardly red neck... well kinda

everyone brings coolers wheelin.. mine just has a specific spot now

I actually went and bought that cooler just for this build lol
lol theres still mud on my cooler from it being strapped to my friends jeep last time we went wheelin
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that is bad ***.
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Hey, now you easily repair the fuel pump/sender when it inevitably dies sometime!
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Coolers are key! Nicely done.
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I think the most important thing is toilet paper, and cooler second.
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I think the most important thing is toilet paper, and cooler second.
yeah but who the hell would build a mount in the bed for toilet paper?
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you cut the back of the bed (by the cab)?? never seen that done before, any reason for that?
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Liking the cooler dude.
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you cut the back of the bed (by the cab)?? never seen that done before, any reason for that?
Not trying to be a douce, but read the thread. or his other threads. lol

He did it to keep the bed out of the way of rocks and his tires flexing.
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actually, its the most important thing to a ready to go rig.. wait for my new thread later this week for 2 slightly more vital things



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Hey, now you easily repair the fuel pump/sender when it inevitably dies sometime!
Thats exactly what I was thinking!! The check valve is already gone.. so once i chock up $360 for a ford FP I'll get one

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Coolers are key! Nicely done.
Yes, yes they are.. beer, non-alcoholic drinkz and food!! needs food lol

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I think the most important thing is toilet paper, and cooler second.
Eh yea, but normally someone has atleast a roll of paper towels

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yeah but who the hell would build a mount in the bed for toilet paper?
uh a toilet paper roll holder thing!! have you ever seen those toilet seats you plug into a receiver? I could put the toilet paper at the back next to the receiver for one of those

now I'm thinkin' haha

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you cut the back of the bed (by the cab)?? never seen that done before, any reason for that?
Cause i didn't want to try and determine where to notch the floor to bend it.. so i just hacked it out
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you could have gotten one that runs off 12 volts to keep every thing even cooler.

i have to admit that is a pretty bad *** idea to keep the be.... um soda cold while out having fun.
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I'm not gonna lie, its not only going to be soda
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