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new rcd support bars

had some new support bars made cause the old ones looked like this

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the new steel ones weigh twice as much as the weak stainless or what ever there made of ones

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side by side

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still need to paint them
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Looks nice!
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Nice!
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gotem done at a local welding shop $50 bucks

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beefy!
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look alot beffier....LIKE! although i woulda had fun welding em on my own lol
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Thought you were going SFA?
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Thought you were going SFA?
I plan on it in the next couple months

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look alot beffier....LIKE! although i woulda had fun welding em on my own lol
I wish... I think fabricating is a job I could enjoy.
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how are the exploder cv's holding up. you tested them out any

one of my bars has a dent in it too
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Looks good, nice and beefy!
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how are the exploder cv's holding up. you tested them out any

one of my bars has a dent in it too
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Looks good man!
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