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will it look something like this but better:

i need to go change my pants
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ballistics took all most 3 weeks to get me my joints and spacers
stolked on the quality but not on the service
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yeah i think the same thing, quality is very good, price is good, service is slow
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Dan needs to start selling a bigger selection of junk I need.. he normally ships like the next day if not the same day
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yeah he does, he is fast! i jsut got my optima battery box from him and a ton of tabs.

well tonight i torched the bed up to what i wanted, not sure the torch was the best choice at first so i switched to grinding disks. LOL
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you shouldve used a shear, torch was a bad choice lol

and pix of this altered blue bed?
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a shear to cut bedsides off?

i dont think Zach even has something that big tucked away in his garage lol
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a shear to cut bedsides off?

i dont think Zach even has something that big tucked away in his garage lol
Air Shear, little hand held one.
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those are big enough haha
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those are big enough haha
I'm assuming those would have done more damage than the torch was doing

but they sure are cool
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you have NO idea how much damage those doo... but those are spreaders, not cutters!!! The cutters are MEAN! I love hydralic resuce tools
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you have NO idea how much damage those doo... but those are spreaders, not cutters!!! The cutters are MEAN! I love hydralic resuce tools
Actually i have some idea of the damage they're capable of, my dad's been a fire fighter all his life.
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lol the cut off disk worked fine for me!
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are you going to be skinning the sides back on or what?
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Actually i have some idea of the damage they're capable of, my dad's been a fire fighter all his life.
wasn't questioning you or anyone else, just stated they are fun.. kinda like a retorical statement....
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are you going to be skinning the sides back on or what?
something like that
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my guess is he wont be having a tail gate anymore...


truggy???

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thats a pretty sweet ride!
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Fix the pictures. They aren't showing up.
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my guess is he wont be having a tail gate anymore...


truggy???

Correct me if Im wrong, but isnt that a 4 Link rear setup?
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^^^ you are correct that is a 4 link
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Correct me if Im wrong, but isnt that a 4 Link rear setup?
I think he was using that as an example for a truggy. But your right it is 4 linked.
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yes i was..
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his is gonna be ALMOST the same, except the 2 uppers are going to come together before they get to the axle.. making it a 3 link, but in Zach's case you don't need a panhard bar.

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