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much needed cleaning

been sittin a while collecting leaves and dust so i cleaned her up





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cool, got any pics?
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yeah can you not see them?
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looks good man
im diggin the new front end.
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yeah i love it. i didn't only screw up the pics but the thread name too
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I feel ya man, the garage here at my parents is my little sanctuary, last night i cleaned it up and organized it. then today i finally cleaned out the bed of my truck, its been over a year since its resembled a bed!

good lookin' truck
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yeah im waitin till winter break to do some cleaning to my truck

its tough not living at home and having a nice garage at your disposal.
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yea.. when i first came home, i was like ****.. all my friends are off at college and the ones still here are always busy with school.

THEN i started working on my truck and realized why i loved being home so much! there's no one to b!tch at you for having it on jack stands or workin' period like the apartment complex did. I just spent all day pulling metal out of the bed cutting it up with the torch having a blast! lol
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and where are the pics of that at?
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Thursday and Friday I'll be cleaning mine up. It's become a trash heep. Empty cups everywhere I throw to the side to use as a spitter... never happens, truck smells like stale Skoal Edge, and I have dirty clothes everywhere... OH and not to mention the layer of trail dust from LAST YEAR.

Also, I need to bring it to work and use my commerical carpet extractor/shampooer, and clean my seats and carpet up.
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Want to come here and clean mine, I know its been atleast 2 months since I washed mine, but it did rain the other day so most of the mud came off lol.
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and where are the pics of that at?
lol you wany pics of my kinda clean bed?
my interior is dirrrty, the carpet's stained, multiple kinds of dust layered up, chunks of mud on the doors, floor, dash, gauge clusted, inside the windshield... lol
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lol you wany pics of my kinda clean bed?
my interior is dirrrty, the carpet's stained, multiple kinds of dust layered up, chunks of mud on the doors, floor, dash, gauge clusted, inside the windshield... lol
sorry misread your post i thought you said you were cuttin up your bed
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hahaha

not just yet. I need to buy a welder, then coax my step dad into paying an electrician to wire the garage for a 220v outlet. thennnn the fun will begin
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not just yet. I need to buy a welder, then coax my step dad into paying an electrician to wire the garage for a 220v outlet. thennnn the fun will begin
oh lord i really can't wait to see what you have in mind
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i had it all written out.. but decided not to jack the thread.

the first thing on my list is a front bumper. the bed plans are going to remain a secret right now though. (even though it wouldn't be hard to guess)
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hahaha

not just yet. I need to buy a welder, then coax my step dad into paying an electrician to wire the garage for a 220v outlet. thennnn the fun will begin
read a book, then wire it yourself. its not that hard. 2 110 hots and a ground, something like that.

seriously just go look at some books at Home Depot.
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i had it all written out.. but decided not to jack the thread.

the first thing on my list is a front bumper. the bed plans are going to remain a secret right now though. (even though it wouldn't be hard to guess)
flatbed?
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Looks good, except you need a new bumper and valance.
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neh, not just yet.
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read a book, then wire it yourself. its not that hard. 2 110 hots and a ground, something like that.

seriously just go look at some books at Home Depot.
haha, I don't want to be the one responsible for burning my parents house down.
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Looks good, except you need a new bumper and valance.
ya im still waiting (NO HOMO)
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haha, I don't want to be the one responsible for burning my parents house down.
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