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Old 06-24-2009
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just a big pair of locking vice pliers should do it nicely... dont worry about it unless it happens to you, youll see how easy it is to take care of once it happens (if it does, probably isnt too common)
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Old 06-27-2009
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Well I started doing the prep stuff today just to get ahead start and then I decided I would go ahead and to the box since I was taking out the bed liner. The bed wasnt bad, took just me doing it about 4 hrs but Im sure I am gonna have one hell of a time doing the cab but now I have to do it since the bed is done. I will be doing the cab next week so will post pics when all done.
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Whats keeping me from doing this is that someone rhinolined my bed and the bed bolts are so covered you can't even find the center where the torx bit goes on some of them.
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Good luck and dont worry about time. Just do it at your own pace and check all the lines, hoses, etc.
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