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Old 11-07-2008
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looks good evan, its getting there.
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Looks great Evan!
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Wow, this truck will be absolutely monstrous. Lookin wicked good, wish I had the skills to do stuff like that.
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^^ x2 I wish i knew how to weld and come up with ideas like that.... much less have a place to do all that work. sounds and looks awesome so far! look forward to more pics and progress...
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Old 11-24-2008
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lil update sent a bundle of stuff to get made, steering shaft, power steering hose

got the train horns mounted finished the final touches on the bumper got my headlights mounted..started on the exhaust to the back of the cab..

waiting on parts from a friends aka coils, arms and junk so i can get this thing sitting on all fours..
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Why don't you lose the frame behind the shackles and shorter the bed?
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ive got a stepside bed, fiberglass sides aka big pain, shorten the frame -- no need i like my frame length (:
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Old 12-26-2008
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still needs some kinkys worked out but she sits on all fours!!! Was a long day but thanks for to Trent and Zach -- THANKS GUYS!!!

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Damn!! That looks sweet!!! Love it!
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Damn, looks good. Finally seeing progress lol! Is that going to be tall enough for the Michelin's?
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Sweeeeet! Looks real good. Those tires look puny on there.
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Ohhhh, HELL YEAH!!!!
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leave it up tp zach to bring the shop lol
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looks sweet
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Zachs old setup?
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Different Trent?

Looks great man!
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Old 12-27-2008
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yes different trent
yes zachs old set up even his old tires hah

thanks guys it feels good to see it sitting on all fours but still lots of work left, steering, fuel cell, power steering hose, front shocks i have them but no tabs they should be here today or monday, of course taking it to a shop and squaring things up and junk, im like so close the headlight law in SC so i got a set up that im going to put on the bumper to lower a set..

im off of work for the next month well until i go to boot camp, so ill have plenty of time and im motavated to get it done lemme tell yah

im wanting either 35s or 36s if i can find a deal before i go to basic
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so what kept you from going mondo super huge?
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So I'm guessin you aren't going to be running the axles you talked about in the first post... 60 and sterling rear axle??? That's what a D30?? I don't recall what you had decided on and was curious!! Looks great so far though!!
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I leave in a month for the marine corps and I needed it driving before I go and ran out of time I still have everything had a d30 at the house with 4.88s and an explorer rear also with 4.88s so this was the cheapest and quickest nothing huge but still big
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That's awesome man!! Still planning on the big axles down the road? And if so, when the bigger tires come into the scene whatcha gonna do bout the lift laws?
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one day haha lift laws in SC are great 54" for headlights and 60" for brake lights that's it :)
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i like the 4th pic. Whats left of the upper control arm.
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I still want to see these on there!!!!

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Looks good!
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