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Ill get some tomorrow its starting to rain.
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Ouch,

How much of that can you eliminate?
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sliders look great. Dude hack the wiring like your bike, just flip some switches and go.

Although if it were a pre-1980's car that would only really work. So time for a motor swap!
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one day.........one day this truck will drive i know it in my heart
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i like the sliders. looks good!
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Next on the list is the trans crossmember. Thats the next major stepping stone till I can start the suspension.
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are we there yet?
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are those the 2.63 ends, or the 3.o's?
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look like 2.63s I need about 8 of those. :)
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are those the 2.63 ends, or the 3.o's?
they are 2.63's. They are for my upper link. I didnt go with the 3.0's as my lowers already use 2.63's and all my brackets are built for the 2.63's.
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wouldn't the 3.0's just be total over kill for our light rangers?? Makes me feel better bout possibly using them seeing as other people are too
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wouldn't the 3.0's just be total over kill for our light rangers?? Makes me feel better bout possibly using them seeing as other people are too
No such thing as over kill IMO.
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getting a little more done looks great
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wow, that floor looks super clean.

are you going to wheel it in the winter? seems like it would get mighty cold.
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wow, that floor looks super clean.

are you going to wheel it in the winter? seems like it would get mighty cold.
if it does Ill invest in an electric cab heater.
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Just get a carhart suit and a nice pair of boots.
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Looks great. I see a rubberized interior in your future.
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Looks great. I see a rubberized interior in your future.
Dont know about that. I may just buy a quart or two of cheap bed liner and do that on the inside.
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Do the bedliner after everything else is done. I did that first and I wish I would've waited. That stuff gives you a headache when it heats up from cutting the floor/body panels it is on.
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That what Im going to do. I hate cleaning paint off dont even want to mess with bedliner. Plus I attempted to put my doubler/tcase in today and found out Im going to be doing some major surgery on the body. The doubler fits fine but the tcase now hits all over the place, enough so that it doesnt fit. Im going to have to cut out a bunch of the floor so that it does fit. I think Im going to take this time to move the back end of the trans and everything up for better belly clearance.
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Im in the middle of doing the same thing to my zuki. Sucks when all you have is an angle grinder and a cordless sawzall with HF blades...
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What did you use to cut that steel? You dont have a plasma do ya?

Looks good though!
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