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Old 10-05-2006
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Evan's gap guards

I went out to day and bought them. Should look real good. I actually saw how bad it was walking out of the store. I know the lip that I am to screw them to on the top but did you guys secure them to the frame too. Seems like they hang out way far from the frame. Thanks alot!

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man i cant find that stuff at home depot
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Itz with flooring. Took me a while to find it too. I walked past it twice. They were .99 a piece. Thats cookin cheap
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i brought mine from the fender down then onto the inside of the frame. i didnt fasten them to the frame incase i need to remove the bed. if you leave them long enough they will stay on the inside of the frame.
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sweet, im glad someone is using them
no secure to the frame either.

any pix?
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I am gonna put them on tomorrow since we don't have classes. Maybe I can get out to the rock quarry and take some pics. I haven't posted any yet b/c I don't want Zach to hound me about lil tires.......lol. No I still have to fix the rear bumper and then I will get pics up.
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I haven't posted any yet b/c I don't want Zach to hound me about lil tires.......lol.
hahah thats funny


but true
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I need wheels before I buy tires. Still working things out.
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Old 10-06-2006
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Well they are on. I may get some pics up later today or tomorrow.
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geeze come on with the pics already!
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what exactly do these gap guards cover?
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The space between the bottom of the bed and frame for BL'ed trucks

Rocky

I need to make mine still, but ive been doing other things...

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Didn't rangererv figure out a way to close in the rear fender wells? Never had to worry about it on the flareside, they came closed in. I can't believe Ford let's the fenderwells open. It just flings mud all over the underside of the bed and undercarriage. I coulda swore someone made them and I can't find the post anywhere.
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Didn't rangererv figure out a way to close in the rear fender wells? Never had to worry about it on the flareside, they came closed in. I can't believe Ford let's the fenderwells open. It just flings mud all over the underside of the bed and undercarriage. I coulda swore someone made them and I can't find the post anywhere.
Yup he has done and we did it to mine as well.
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Didn't rangererv figure out a way to close in the rear fender wells? Never had to worry about it on the flareside, they came closed in. I can't believe Ford let's the fenderwells open. It just flings mud all over the underside of the bed and undercarriage. I coulda swore someone made them and I can't find the post anywhere.
i really wanna do that, any ideas of whre you saw it on here?
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This is the rear



I dont have any pics of the front ones at this time for the rear.
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SMALL TIRE BOY....!!!!!


LOL love ya Luke good luck on installing those!
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May be going to a jeep event with obstacle course tomorrow so I may have some pics to put up anyway. So maybe one or two of my truck will show up in them.
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Hmm... 99 cents eh? I may have to do this, if my damn 60 hour work weeks ever cease.
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Hmm... 99 cents eh? I may have to do this, if my damn 60 hour work weeks ever cease.
ya but now with all the over time you can afford the gaurds lol
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ya but now with all the over time you can afford the gaurds lol
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Lol
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i really wanna do that, any ideas of whre you saw it on here?
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he showed u the rear
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Here is the front gaurd for the rear.
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