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thats freakin sweet, i second action pics!
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how about some interior pics?
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how about some more pics period
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most bad *** truck ever, i cant wait to own one, let me know when you want to sell it.......
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Never seen this finished thread, looks sick.

I would love that thing for the winter and at the farm/hunting, but I would probably swap a Cummins or small CAT-Cx. Either way, need more pics and a video!
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thats awsome! what did you do with the middle axel?

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That is killer! How did you do the lift? Did you just get new springs/shakle mounts or something else?
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other axle is sitting out back..along with 11 tires and wheels haha

lift was just 8 blocks welded to the frame..and just dropped shackles..so its pretty much just drop brackets..

then for the front we got an extra set of springs just like the rear..and bolted them up...
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Dang man, that looks great! I want one!
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I want one
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We need MOAR pics!
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^x2

lets see it in the dirt!!!
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Saturday after thanksgiving we are taking it to a local mud run..
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sweeeet!!! only thing it needs is a huge gun on top that shoots awesomeness at people in case they think otherwise...
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so how much overall lift does it actually have?
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so how much overall lift does it actually have?
We lifted it 8" higher then what it came stock..stock was running like 40" tires..
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I might have missed it, but where did you score this?

I saw a bunch (dual axle) for sale on another forum I'm on. A lot of people build those trucks up for mudding down here.

They do great and already have 2.5 tons, all you really have to do is bob the frame, sell the 2nd axle, clean it up, put a little lift and tires/wheels.

I am wanting to do it as a project...

What did you do for lift, or rather how did you acomplish it?

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Plan sweet!

I would love one, but have no way to haul it :(
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I just need a big trailer, they are somewhere aruond 10klbs
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That is one serious truck
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sweet ride!!! haha and i got plenty of room to park one!!!

but we need MOAR pics, list of the specs and interior pics RIGHT MEOW!!!!!!!!!!!! dammit!!.

there's an old jeep pickup (not a camanche) but caddilac looking.. hard to describe it.. anyhoo.. its for sale i think down the road.. i wanna buy it and build it up.. haha
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moar pics!!!
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Haha that thing is awesome! I want one!
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Only problem is they are so heavy, I was hanging out this past weekend with a guy we ride with, he has one. It does well, but once it's stuck...it's stuck!
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Only problem is they are so heavy, I was hanging out this past weekend with a guy we ride with, he has one. It does well, but once it's stuck...it's stuck!
dual winches lol
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