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Old 01-02-2006
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if you mean me, yes that's the body style (in your avatar) i have, only with a flareside bed
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btw yep chuck is right i'm 20 miles south of harrisburg and 20 miles north of gettysburg on us route 15. i'd love to go to centralia. i posted on the meet and greet forum asking when the next trip was. i was doing some research on the town and i'm definitely interested in the place. i'd rather go there with someone experienced than to blaze a trail by myself so to speak. let me know. i just bought my ranger about three months ago and i love it. my last truck was a 79 lond bed f150 lifted 6" with 35's. the fx4 isn't that big (or tough) but it handles it's own.
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haha naw, thats someones user name on here(034x4). I was just wonderin if he still had his cause i remember seeing pics of it and knowin it was for sale.
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If the CAD drawing hasn't been made yet, I may give it a shot. I've only got about 10 basic CAD drawings under my belt, and they've all been copying something out of a book and onto CAD, but that seems like a simple enough design if I had all the measurements for it.

EDIT: Now that I think about it, based on what John and Tom have said, I may be able to fill in the holes about what info I don't have using measurements from my own truck. Once I get my history paper written I'll fire up AUTOCAD and see what I can make up.
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My sister lives in Elizabethtown. You're not that far away and you ought to do Wharton with us sometime as well.
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Old 01-03-2006
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I don't know much about wharton, but from the way you guys post i need some beef for the lil fx4. i had it out in the soupy mud tonight and she barely made it through.
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