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Old 10-22-2008
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thats a cool build
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are those actual back windows? (on the rear sides)

Nice build.
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Old 10-23-2008
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No they are just black stickers. Unfortunatly. That would be pretty awsome if he had some custom made windows. Either way it looks like it came from the factory.
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awesome build, it came out really nice...one thing though...it looks like in the picture where you had the interior portion sealed and painted you can see through part of the panel (can see light in the corner) Cant wait to see the rest of the build come together though. VERY NICE JOB!!!!
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Very good build. Its insane at how much skill, time, and work went into to building something like this.

What are the plans with the inside of the truck, specifically the need make extended cab?
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Holy cow! that is sweet!
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Old 10-25-2008
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man.. i was thinking about this truck the other night and it came out in my dream.. it was damn scary when i woke up..
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Is this truck a 2wd?
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what is going on with the truck ?
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what is going on with the truck ?
I've got some cool stuff coming, though I cant way what yet...

Let's just say I went so SEMA this year and have some great stuff in the works
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Nice! Still planning on a SAS?
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dont tease us we can take it
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Yep! I'll most likely use Dana 44's
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oh please dont
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oh please dont
I second that. the lights and bumper look good, but the box...no.
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Do it! With a rubber boot inbetween the cab and the box. You could even build in some tool boxes and lights on the side of the box with solar panels on the roof.
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The box has a few tricks up its sleeve.

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looks like an ice cream truck
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o god idk i might go throw up now im not sure if i like it yet
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Function before form. I will be living out of and working out of this for 2 years and the additional space will be a lot easier to get along with.
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I agree, much more useful than the stock bed.
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Make the tent out of the top of a camper shell or something! Thats too square.
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The final product will have curves. This is just a concept. The new bed will not be exactly the same as the body lines, but I will keep some of the curves.
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while im not a big fan of the box, i know youre doing this for function so go for it, that would be pretty awesome to have that much room on the truck
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