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Old 06-27-2014
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Thanks.

Got the pvc inserts ordered and new orings. They should be here tomorrow. So I got everything painted up. Blue looks good!

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Found an air compressor to borrow and almost got these things together.-








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matches the truck perfectly!
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nice choice! looks awesome
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Boom!

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Looks great!!!!
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badass breh!
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nasty! love it
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thats one really sweet truck dude!
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Looks like everything will clear. These wheels are almost too heavy.



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kill all your wow pow?
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kill all your wow pow?
Yeah, it accelerates about as good as a prius now. Old tires/rims were about 80 lbs each. These are probably double that.
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Got a new cover and had to grind a little for the steering.






Fixed the bedside while I had the grinder out. Hopefully a wore out sanding disk will finish it off good.






Starting collecting parts for steering assist. Got a junkyard cooler I'm gonna try to use and about pull the trigger on this, 1.5x8 cylinder. We'll see how it works with the stock pump.
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Didn't everyone have to upgrade the stock pump cause it couldn't put out enough. I thought PSC had a beefed up pump that was sufficient.
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Didn't everyone have to upgrade the stock pump cause it couldn't put out enough. I thought PSC had a beefed up pump that was sufficient.
I saw that and talked with psc about it. I'm just curious to see how good or bad it really is before I send them my stuff.
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Finished up the bedsides.



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That turned out good. Never know with that fiberglass
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bed sides look awesome!

I am willing to bet you will need to do something with the pump. I still need to dod something with mine.
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Ranger is looking great! How everything holding up?
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Been a while since you have updated, what's new with the truck?
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Thanks.

Drowned the truck at a mud bog a few months ago. I had to replace maf, and plugs to get the engine running right. So it's all good.

But I'm a dumbass and left the tcase in 4 low with the hubs unlocked for the 1 1/2 hr drive home. At about 25-30 mph it is making a horrible almost chain slipping sound. So right now I'm in the process of swapping in a new to me manual 1354. I had to swap the output flanges and still trying to find a socket that will fit in the front output yoke so I can swap it out too. I hope the tcase is the only problem and not the transmission.

Then I've got to tackle the interior. There was probably a foot of water in the cab. So I need to pull the seats and floor. It's a mess.

Hold my beer and watch this.



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Damn that looks deep! Looks like you're still able to spin those heavy *** wheels and tires pretty well haha
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Holy crap.. now that is mudding... haha. That would suck to clean.
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Nice job on those bedsides!
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Awesome pics! Thats going to suck to clean up!
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