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Old 07-31-2008
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that thing looks MEAN! hopefully what the Mazda will look like in a year! good job man! keep it up!
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get that bumper lifted ASAP
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get that bumper lifted ASAP
I know it right!! Still trying to figure out what I'm gonna do back there.
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OH SNAP! Nice to see another BL'd w/ 35's here!!
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You know it!!

Just checked UPS, my headlights will be here today!!!!!!!! Hell yeah!!
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Looks great man 10x better then before! I can't wait to get mine on Sat!
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truck looks real good
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Thanks.

I got the rear bumper raised up this past weekend and started on my spare tire carrier. Gonna make something like one of those tiregates.

Should have some good pics of the truck when I get back from canoeing this weekend.
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It lives!!!!!!!!!!

The kit came today. Can't wait to get it on!!



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Custom radiator damage, she's still holding up. Knock on wood!!




thats what i did to mine.. except the plastic where it mounts broke. lol

double lift with RCD FTW.. what are you going to be using this for?
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thats what i did to mine.. except the plastic where it mounts broke. lol

double lift with RCD FTW.. what are you going to be using this for?
Right now not too much. But hopefully I'll be able to hit the trails when all this gets straightened out.

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Thanks.

I painted the grille up yesterday and it looked damn good. Drove the truck to work this morning and a rock or something chipped the paint in one spot :( Time for touch up already!
Bit of a tip on any automotive painting done by rattle cans or the like:

Give it a week befor eyou reinstall the part.. i takes roughly a full week for a proper clearcoat in a rattl can to harden up good enough to take a rock or two. Saves LOTS of downtime in the end
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so what inch BL did you do? and what kit :S btw your trucks looks awesome...
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that is your ac condenser that is bent up. looks like it maybe touching the radiator too. be careful hate to see you blow the motor from overheating it.

Same thing i was thinking....

Looks good but the tails are ugly!
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i didnt even know you could fit 35's on a damn 3"bl and tbar cranked. LLOOOKKKSSS beast!!!!
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so what inch BL did you do? and what kit :S btw your trucks looks awesome...
It's the PA 3" body lift. Thanks.

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i didnt even know you could fit 35's on a damn 3"bl and tbar cranked. LLOOOKKKSSS beast!!!!
Yeah man. It rubs bad at times but works for the street. That why I'm doing the RCD.

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done yet?
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Almost, maybe this weekend
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Mustang dome light. Great mod!!

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Took a pic last night and thought it would make a perfect before and after.



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You need bigger tires.
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^^^ Just thinking the same thing...
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Man, that looks really good, nice job!!!
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Looks a lot better now. I really like it! Now all you need is to get a bumper on there and you'll be set.
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