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Old 02-09-2010
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Icon14 DBR Bumper and Sliders are done!

So here she is guys. I know shes filthy right now but were about to get round 2 of snow. Im gonna paint the flares/rear bumper/and the lower half of the grille black.

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Pudge is so coooooool
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Also I know KMA makes a post runner but its tubes. i kinda wanted one like the jeep has.

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Hotness!
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Looks great man!
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nice man, what size KC's are thouse?
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Looks AWESOME Anthony! I'm sooo jealous of the sliders!
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Thanks guys.
They are 6inch "Driving lights" 100w haha
And Brenda gave me these awesome Smileys for em too!
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looks great Anthony!

Everything mount up good with the sliders? Hope you are happy with them.
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they sure did man
thanks!
you do great work
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good to hear! those will be great for you, ended up making them all out of .120 wall which is thicker than what i have on mine.
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that looks sick dude can't wait to see it when the flairs and grill are painted!!!!!!
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good to hear! those will be great for you, ended up making them all out of .120 wall which is thicker than what i have on mine.
hehe thats awesome.
they hold my weight great
cant wait to test em out at rausch creek this summer
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Looks good! Do you have a body lift? If not, were the sliders difficult to mount due to the angles?
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Looks good! Do you have a body lift? If not, were the sliders difficult to mount due to the angles?
i have a 4inch roughcountry lift with skyjacker leafs

all we had to do was angle the back ones a bit and cut it for the plate it mounts to on the frame

my lift is good for now but id love if dbr or camburg made a 4x4 long travel kit for my year truck
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i have a 4inch roughcountry lift with skyjacker leafs

all we had to do was angle the back ones a bit and cut it for the plate it mounts to on the frame

my lift is good for now but id love if dbr or camburg made a 4x4 long travel kit for my year truck
Do you have any pictures of the angles and how they mount? I want sliders, but heard that they are difficult to mount if you don't have a body lift.
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i can get them tomorrow. i didnt get a pic of that yet. its dark and snowing like crazy outside haha
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here ya go man
theres a blizzard outside haha bout 20 sum inches of snow

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Thank you! About how far do the sliders you have stick out? Is it hard to get in the cab now?
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they dont really get in the way much maybe about 6inches
just something you get used to
and now people can have something to step on to get in my truck
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I think you angled yours out just right. I almost wish I would of angled mine down a little more so it would be easier to use as a step.
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looks badass man! welcome to the slider club! Me, you and bill have to meet up!
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yeah we do!
im free this weekend
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When and where do you guys wanna do the meet?
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No clue! lol where ever!
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Well if Anthony comes to R/C this time we could do a little photo shoot there.
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