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Old 12-08-2005
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where did ya get the diamond plate side rails at?
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any truck shop should have them if not they can order them

i like the rails there somthing to grab onto wheb i craw in the back
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diamond plating aka redneck chrome
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I like it as well! awesome work
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Looks good to me, but im addicted to chrome....lol
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I like the diamond plate but the rails dont do it for me either over the diamon plating..
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I like the toolbox, but the bed rails are a little much.

BTW I live in Fayetteville, maybe we can get together sometime.
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Keep it shiny and it will look awsome. . .Next get some dimond plate mudflaps and floor mats
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Old 12-09-2005
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. .Next get some dimond plate mudflaps and floor mats
no no no, on the mudflaps, they sux! i had them on my truck and evertime i went thorugh a hole or anything they woudl get bent and end up pointing straight backwards, heres a couple pics so u can see (you gotta look really close in the second one)


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I like it, to bad the bars are diamonplate that would look even better.
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looks good and i like the bars!
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Take the crome off, and piant the toolbox black....
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i say no..i love it!!! Just not the license plate thing
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Sonic Blue Rangers are Sexy!
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The diamond plate looks fine..... Good bed rail and tail gate protection.
My question is why are you running the two Wilson truck antennas?
Since the whip and load coil are above the cab... your RX/TX should be quite good with one....
CoPhasing antennas is generally what truckers do; since their RX/TX is directional with only one. This is caused by the trailer shielding the signals on one side of the truck.
Antennas mounted that close generally dont take full advantage of the CoPhasing.... To increase the performance of the CoPhasing; the antennas should be at least 10' apart.

OR 4x4
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I love the way it looks!!!! looks good!
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this thread is all newbd up...

I say yes.
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