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Cold weather pictures of my rig. Colorado

So this storm blew in last night that was supposed to be really bad. LOL ya it wasnt. But it was really cold and really windy. Anyhow I got out and took a couple pictures just for the hell of it.

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So there it is!
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Also if you all think any of these are good enough for the front page let me know, these are the most recent I have and probably the only ones I will be able to get for a while
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Looking good Gregory. Submit the second to last for the front page.
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Looks good. Needs ventshades man, been telling you that. Kinda torn on if I like it better with or without the topper.
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The topper is so functional that is why I like having it. But I do like having it off every now and again. Changes the whole look of the rig
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Looks very cold, need action!
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Looks very cold, need action!
As in action shots? I am workin on those I will be installin a BL in the next week or so. Then once its a fairly nice day I will hit up the trail for those action shots
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Looks good. What happened to the topper and the rack?
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Since you're not using your cap with rack why don't you go ahead and send it to me...
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do the lights in the billet put out good light? im a fan on lights behind the grille but i didnt thinkit would look good w/ billit
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do the lights in the billet put out good light? im a fan on lights behind the grille but i didnt thinkit would look good w/ billit

It actually works better than my lights! He's also gone ahead and put a stronger bulb in the lights too, so they put out a bit more light
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Looks good. I like it with the topper on better though.
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The weather was lame. Truck looks good. I really like it with the shell off.
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He took the topper off to re do the bedliner and to make BL install easier.

The topper looks good on it. And it will look especially good with Bl and 33's
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Don't tell anybody, but your truck is my favorite capped one.

Once you get it lifted and on bigger tires, then I might have to hump your leg.
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Don't tell anybody, but your truck is my favorite capped one.

Once you get it lifted and on bigger tires, then I might have to hump your leg.
Make things happen Jimmeh. LOL Thanks though man,

The shell will go back on after the BL is done and I redo the bedliner.

The truck is coming together and I am real happy with all the changes I have made to it
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Truck looks great, I really need to headlight mod my truck...
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Great pics Greg. The truck looks really sharp and you found a great place to take pics.

Picture #5 is the ****.
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Greg, its time to get the BL installed and the new meats put on.
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Greg, its time to get the BL installed and the new meats put on.
This is true, new meats are in the works and the BL is going on Sat. as long as the weather holds out and everything works out like it is supposed to.
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looks really good man!
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looks really good man!
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