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Old 12-06-2009
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lookin good! loving the rims. time to lift it!
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Tint myself, screw it up, waste money... or 80$, professionally done, lifetime warranty... I'll pay for it..

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lookin good! loving the rims. time to lift it!
Correction, lift it more! haha. Already have AAL's, Prekey and Preblock and maxxed t-bars. So all thats left is 33's, SL and BL. BL soon lol
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looks good man... oh yeah u have a winch well i have coilovers!!! not currently installed tho lol
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I have no need for coilovers over here And I'm actually thinking of selling the winch for 700$ with the mounting hardware and front hitch, so that I can get myself some 33" tires and a BL. But might do that after winter just in case something happens and I nee the winch
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Nice would look sick on 33s and BL. When i do the coilovers im getting larger leaf springs, then saving up to bump up to 35s.
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Old 12-07-2009
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SAS instead Joe!
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Got bored yesterday and decided to make myself a cheapo toolbox for the back of my truck. Plywood with 2x4's to reinforce it. Turned out purty good if you ask me. Just need to find a way to lock it until I fork out 400$ for a diamond plate one.

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Just gotta paint it black now
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nice budget box :P but yeah paint it asap haha, it does the job though! make sure to seal it, or when it rains, your going to have some rusty tools...
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Ya I'll be buying some silicone (sp?) to seal it. Not worried about it for now, it's not like we have any snow or anything lol
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haha true, i'd suggest some weather stripping or something for around the lid too, just to be safe.
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looks more functional then the tool box i had haha, i wanted to put a milk crate in it with all my straps, and it was too big for the box.
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Those wheels look AWESOME black.
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looks more functional then the tool box i had haha, i wanted to put a milk crate in it with all my straps, and it was too big for the box.
Haha I mesured mine out so that the milk crate would fit, makes the straps stay together a bit more.

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Those wheels look AWESOME black.
Thanks man!
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Spray paint ftw!

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Time for a little update.

Got my 3" BL on, need some Trepaul bumper brackets soon though!

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And the next to brand new steelies I traded for my 15x7's. Not a fan of the style though....

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Next... Tires
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