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Dewey's 05 Edge Build & SAS

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If I did that I would probably convince myself to go 37s
 
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37s would look too big I think
 
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I'll probably stick with 35s. They're load range E versus the 37s which are load range D. On the bright side, it seems that even the Toyo MTs have been well known to get 50k+ miles out of a set. Even on a super duty
 
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Now I need to my rims and 35's ordered
 
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Old 04-04-2015
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A little progress...


Tires as promised


Painting the interior....




Proof of the dash....


Had to get it to be able to drive to work tonight.

Also worked on sound deadening. I've got it triple on the back wall and roof. just single on the floor for now.

 
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Booo. I wanted to see the tires on the truck.
 
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They won't fit yet!
 
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sawzall
 
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If I did that they might unban me on FRF
 
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Well in that case it'd be totally worth it.
 
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Get the lift going Dewey. Most of these pics are old news... To me at least
 
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Workin on it guys!
 
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Just get some huge *** spacers so you can run the tires stuck out like they are in the pic. Then you won't need to lift it
 
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Old 04-05-2015
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I've also decided to revamp my stereo since everything is out of the truck right now. I'm putting 6.75" components in the rear doors to match the front, getting rid of my 6x9s and putting an amp rack on the passenger side of the subs to give me some room for some stuff in the cab. And all the wire will be OFC to compliment the dual battery setup I'm going with.
 
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Looking good bro! Can't wait to get back at it!
 
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Originally Posted by Dewey View Post
They won't fit yet!
Just drill and mount the tires straight to the roof.
 
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Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Just drill and mount the tires straight to the roof.
With self tapping sheet metal screws, right?
 
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Originally Posted by Dewey View Post
With self tapping sheet metal screws, right?
Is there any other way to do it?
 
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Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Is there any other way to do it?
Wood screws or nails.
 
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Originally Posted by bravetitan24 View Post
Wood screws or nails.
Definitely go with nails
 
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Originally Posted by 00GreenRanger View Post
Definitely go with nails
And by nails, I mean ones that are nearly the size of railroad spikes.

Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Is there any other way to do it?
TWSS
 
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Originally Posted by bravetitan24 View Post
And by nails, I mean ones that are nearly the size of railroad spikes.
Well duh they gotta be able to take some serious load lol
 
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Well duh they gotta be able to take some serious load lol
Jacob wouldn't deal with anything that wouldn't take a serious load.
 
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Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Jacob wouldn't deal with anything that wouldn't take a serious load.
lololol

But seriously, Jacob's a hoss
 
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Jacob wouldn't deal with anything that wouldn't take a serious load.
Lmao
 

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