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Old 06-18-2008
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Well I got just installed my light bar/spare tire carrier so I decided to show it off a bit!!!:clapping:

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Pictures are a little dark because I just got done as it was starting to get dar but I like how it looks!!!
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OMG PAINT THAT FRAME!!!!! Get a can of black spray and go to town!
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OMG PAINT THAT FRAME!!!!! Get a can of black spray and go to town!
EH!! Since its only my winter driver/trail rig theres no point it only sees mud and salt so....
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nice i hope to get my 90 going here soon
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Truck looks good
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Thanks For the compliments!!

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Truck looks good
I really like your truck too... dont see many 1st and 2nd gens on this site!!!
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Looks darn good to me. The first picture your truck looks all primered up and the second one I see you have paint... truck looks good.
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looks good. ^^ i thought the same thing
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Trigger01 Looks darn good to me. The first picture your truck looks all primered up and the second one I see you have paint... truck looks good
Na...take another look, its just a brighter in the picture in the first pic. Makes the paint look different...but why not just spit some paint up and under that frame? It would make it look a whole lot better! Bad lookin old school, I like it alot!
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Nope its all primer... My original intent was to paint it flat black but i got lazy and just left it primer... I might eventully go flat black... and the black on the bottom and bed rails is bedliner
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wow your truck looks pretty good.need some lights for the bar!
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Nope its all primer... My original intent was to paint it flat black but i got lazy and just left it primer... I might eventully go flat black... and the black on the bottom and bed rails is bedliner
Bedline the entire truck.
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Bedline the entire truck.
Thought about it... but itd be expensive to get it done right... All i have it that crappy dupont spray can stuff... and it chips kinda easy but its easy to fix with the little amount i have
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I Like It!
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42 dollars for a gallon of the bed liner, then roll or spray it on.
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It looks great Kyle!
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leave it as is...thats a [email protected] truck!
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wow, our trucks look almost identical minus a few things, rolls bar mounts on tire wells on my truck, and i have an 89 front end, AND you're also from Michigan, rock on
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leave it as is...thats a [email protected] truck!
It cant be left where it is right now!!! I still have to install the skyjacker 6 inch lift!!!!


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wow, our trucks look almost identical minus a few things, rolls bar mounts on tire wells on my truck, and i have an 89 front end, AND you're also from Michigan, rock on
Ya most light bars mount to the wheelwells... I got the light bar/ sparetire combo thing from an old S10 Baja edition (i think like a 1989- came factory with those) that my friend had
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