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so what would one of these tiregates cost a person?
for me to make?
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ill check my price book when i get home and let you know
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sweet.. cause maybe u can help me with 3 other "projects" as well lol
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ok just let me know!
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haha, you got yourself a little bussiness now lol.. i want to get a bender/welder so bad when i get to florida..
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damn andy that tire gate looks awesome we might have to meet up one of these days you dont live far from me!
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chris the tiregate probably wont be too bad, but the shipping will be a ***** haha
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that pin is a really good idea, not too hard to make, but never would have thought of it, nice thanks for all the pictures and help man
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well if he does all 4 i'll drive down and get them haha
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be a flirt and lift your shirt..nice!


work is looking good!
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i love your roof rack man. it makes me really want one
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rack looks great man! glad it turned out, that will really set you apart. now you need some hids up top and some on the bumper.... light up the night son!
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damn andy that tire gate looks awesome we might have to meet up one of these days you dont live far from me!
yes we will!
maybe go hit up slaughter house or central city
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chris the tiregate probably wont be too bad, but the shipping will be a ***** haha
the gate will go for 150
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be a flirt and lift your shirt..nice!


work is looking good!
yeah but sadly high school girls don't have the sense of humor to actually do it
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well if he does all 4 i'll drive down and get them haha
well then you can pick up a couple things for me too :P
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just every one remember that i can only bend 1 1/2 tube as of right now unless i buy that size spec die and they are a little pricy ($130-300)


but other than that it will be a pleasure doing business
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does the gate switch like the TIREGATE? LIke the tire can be mounted outside and inside the bed?
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does the gate switch like the TIREGATE? LIke the tire can be mounted outside and inside the bed?
yep sir he has a pic of it a few pages back I think
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yep sir he has a pic of it a few pages back I think
very true! its awesome! but doesn't open like i wish it did
but i still like it!
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ok guys im now looking for lights to put on my rack any suggestions? i would rather get cheap ones first tell im out of school (girls like to color them with window paint)
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looks good. mi might have to make one of those tire gates for my stepside.

i got hella 500 on my truck. they work good and are 50-80 bucks a pair so not too pricy if you brake one. and i have broken a few. but they atill hold up good

a colorado m&g is deffinetly needed.
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looks good. mi might have to make one of those tire gates for my stepside.

i got hella 500 on my truck. they work good and are 50-80 bucks a pair so not too pricy if you brake one. and i have broken a few. but they atill hold up good

a colorado m&g is deffinetly needed.
sounds good i will be happy to help if need be

do the 500s have a plastic or glass lens? and where did you buy them from?

heck yeah! (if you mean a meet and greet) lol
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they are a glass lens. I have a had a few too and are great for the money. I like how slim they are too.


You can get them at like Pepboys and stuff now around here. But online you can find them on planty of sites.
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