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Old 03-09-2009
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few pics. painted!!

just a few quick pics with the sliders painted

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and the only part that touches....barely,but my beds already cracked there anyways so idc

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Looks good, the second to last pic is a winner!
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Looks a lot better than raw steel. Those are going to be slippery if you use them as steps.
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Looks good Randy, now it needs some sort of skid plate up front.
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haha i know i know.

im waiting for the shirt deal thingy to finish up first!! lol

as for slippery....not really,guess its my small feet lol

and dont worry.....skidplate + bumper are on the drawing board right now. give it ......... well idk, my friend who welded these on has to finish his prerunner ranger first so hell if i know lol

but its gunna happen!
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Lol, I can see a small chick face planting your seat right now trying to climb into your truck and slipping on the slider.

Looks good except......well, you know
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Lol, I can see a small chick face planting your seat right now trying to climb into your truck and slipping on the slider.

Looks good except......well, you know
that would be SOOO funny!!

but yes yes yes

next time i take a pic, ill just put my truck on bricks............WOULD THAT MAKE YOU HAPPY?!
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haha looks good
im lovin this nice weather and time change i get so much more time to work on the truck
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sliders look great man, im am little jealous
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sliders look great man, im am little jealous
hah thanks dude.

the paints...........still kinda tacky....urg.. i can totally see it wearing onto my pants......
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Are they mounted too far towards the rear??
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Are they mounted too far towards the rear??
na, i think theyre perfect...well i wish they were maybe 2 inches longer..but the fender mount..

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its cuz the beds cracked under the step, so it sticks out a lil more there...
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Looks good man!
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Looks good Nice wheels also

Have you had a chance to use them yet?
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they are a about 4-5" too short.
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im usually not a fan of those rims but they are sweet on your truck.
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Are those trail-gear sliders?
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