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Old 03-23-2012
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Muddy Truck Blues

Well, I had some time before work and it rained so I decided to find a few spots to get the truck dirty, Unfortunately I only found a dirt road and a spot behind a building, I guess it is time to make a small pit at the land to get it dirty sometime. anyway, enjoy.



















One of the perks of being a FF aside from a kickass job and all, I am wondering how I can have a hookup at my house





Nice and Clean, not to bad for just a quick spraydown

 
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Looks good! Did you add a piece in between the bumper and tailgate when you put the BL in?
 
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Originally Posted by FULLSCALE View Post
Looks good! Did you add a piece in between the bumper and tailgate when you put the BL in?
Thanks man!

Yeah, back when dad owned the truck, he made a plastic piece to cover the gap from the bodylift.
 
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You have a loose connection on the hose.
 
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Always nice to clean it up right after the mud.
 
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Originally Posted by 98liftedranger View Post
You have a loose connection on the hose.
its a bad nozzle, i didn't feel like getting a good one off the Engine, lol


Originally Posted by PSIJOE View Post
Always nice to clean it up right after the mud.
Lol yep, Makes it easier to get off.
 
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