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Old 06-24-2009
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Nice day out - So I took a few pics!

And up for display for the first time - I had a Delta Pro full steel crossbed box made and delivered - Damn nice quality on it, tough as all heck - can easily stand 3 or 4 people on it without bending, its loaded stuffed right now with all the junk I had to keep hiding behind my seats... feels wierd to have an open floor in the extended cab area =)



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Went out camping 2 weeks ago, slightly fuzzy pics thanks to a high iso setting (Few hours till night in the forest is hard to take pictures in w/out flash) :-(
Took a few pictures of both of my nieces trying to sit in the wheel of my truck... the little one looks so small sitting inside of it =)

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Omg! A body lifted version of my truck! Lookin good!
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Nice looking truck
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good lookin rig. nice pics!
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You got you a good looking truck there.
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nightshade your tails!!!!!! looks good
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Makes me wish I would've bought the Dick Cepek Mud Countries instead. Oh well. Truck looks amazing by the way!
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Truck looks great
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Thanks for the compliments folks! Going to be getting a few small but eye-candy style mods to it soon to change it up a little bit... trying to keep my mind from going crazy due to an over-abundance of work, long 60-70 hour weeks are killin me here..!!
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Looking good mike!!!
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awsome pics! you comin to the oregon meet in august?
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looks good man, i like the black and white theme. what kind of lights are those back up lights and where did you get em? they light up pretty good
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Looks good! like the tires!
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Looks good.
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looking good. I really like the toolbox and the black and white theme you got going.

I'm also jealous of you as you stated having nice weather
Its currently 109 F here so I cant even work on my truck at all let alone stand to go outside lol
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Couple future aesthetic plans I plan to get done in the next week:
*Installing a 3-Bulb red trailer light under the bed in between the tailgate and the bumper - Shane had something akin to that on his truck ages back.. will have to lower my bumper about 3/4" to make it visible - have it run with my daytime lights..

Then installing a few tie-down rings in the bed of my truck... use some 1/8" flat stock as a backing, and add in a couple good spots to tie stuff down.. installing the rear toolbox knocked away my 2 hooks, and 2 bed posts for tie downs.. put me at a slight disadvantage trying to tie things down :-)









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looks good man, i like the black and white theme. what kind of lights are those back up lights and where did you get em? they light up pretty good
Northern Industrial Mini Wide Beam Sportlight Kit — 12 Volt | Work Lights | Northern Tool + Equipment




They run 55watt H3 replaceable bulbs - but I find its cheaper to just buy yourself 2 or 3 sets.. always have a replacement, and the beam pattern fans out in a short arc, but covers alot of flood area.

Fantastic also if you want to do puddle/rock lights under the frame - I will get that taken care of down the road when I have the urge to spray the mud out of my frame and run some more wiring around



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awsome pics! you comin to the oregon meet in august?
Sure am! Went to the last one, and I should be able to request the entire day off this time too! Was only around for about an hour and a half - just long enough for Shane and Trev to show up, then I had to scoot to get back to work :-(

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Looks great Mike! It's been upwards of a year since you've whored her out! lol.


How's those brackets working out for the lights that I made you?


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Couple future aesthetic plans I plan to get done in the next week:
*Installing a 3-Bulb red trailer light under the bed in between the tailgate and the bumper - Shane had something akin to that on his truck ages back.. will have to lower my bumper about 3/4" to make it visible - have it run with my daytime lights..
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Then installing a few tie-down rings in the bed of my truck... use some 1/8" flat stock as a backing, and add in a couple good spots to tie stuff down.. installing the rear toolbox knocked away my 2 hooks, and 2 bed posts for tie downs.. put me at a slight disadvantage trying to tie things down :-)
Have you seen my rings on my toolbox?? I used some 5/16 or 3/8" stainless rings bolted to the box. I'll take pics and post if you'd like me to.










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Northern Industrial Mini Wide Beam Sportlight Kit 12 Volt | Work Lights | Northern Tool + Equipment




They run 55watt H3 replaceable bulbs - but I find its cheaper to just buy yourself 2 or 3 sets.. always have a replacement, and the beam pattern fans out in a short arc, but covers alot of flood area.

Fantastic also if you want to do puddle/rock lights under the frame - I will get that taken care of down the road when I have the urge to spray the mud out of my frame and run some more wiring around
HAHAHA...I'm gonna be running the same ones as my rock lites/trail lights! lol.




Sure am! Went to the last one, and I should be able to request the entire day off this time too! Was only around for about an hour and a half - just long enough for Shane and Trev to show up, then I had to scoot to get back to work :-([/QUOTE]
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Nice you just wanna trade trucks
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Yup, those exactones under there.. they give our trucks a damn nice look on the rear end.. I've been wanting to spice it up a bit! The brackets work fantastic bud! Have had them installed for ages now, the damn little bolts that came with the front guard keep wiggling out.. so I am ogoing to completely drill out the hole, make it bigger, and put some tubing in.. then use two washers on each end with a bolt to smash it together to give it a real secure assembly.. sick of it wiggling around only because its loose - other then that issue they are fantastic!

Still crossin a line though, thinking I may pull them off and sell them, make room for some 2" right angle flat stock to be bolted up to fit a few slim lights in there, pull them back from the front a bit - then going to go ahead and track own some more lights for the behind the grill setup, maybe some 6"ers or somethin, still looking at options.. totally going to rock either some hardbor freight chrome's, or some of the northern tools setups for the whole thing.
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