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Pics after wash and a little more T-bar crank

Here's my truck after a brief wash and a couple more tuns on the T-bar. She finally sits an inch higher now that it's all settled.

These pics are for you Trigger since you didn't like my dirty truck ones



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Looks good.
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very nice!

mine's still dirty, i was gonna wash it, but we're expecting a storm today...
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dude, that looks killer.

Ditch that front plate bracket though.
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nice clean pics
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Front plate is going.
There's supposed to be a snowstorm but as you can see right now it's sunny outside right now.
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Damn looks great after the wash :-P.
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