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Old 04-04-2009
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OOOOOOOOO All shiny again!

Well it finally was nice for a whole day here. So I decided to wash and detail the truck before going to the car show that I was too late to enter in for VFO. lol

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What do you guys think?! Enjoy!
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looks like a spit shine job looks great man! do mine next? lmao
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looks great man. those tires are sick!
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you missed a spot and whats the green wire? looks good joking about missing a spot
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Love it truck looks so good.
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The green wire is for my QRV (Quick release valve) for my air horns. I have mine on a mechanical valve (fail-safe) and you pull up on the cord, allowing the pin to push on the valve to open it to let the air though. Hasn't failed me once, doesn't need wires and never freezes up. lol
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its a good idea. like in 18 wheelers. but i would want mine coming from the roof.
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I'd like that, but I'd have to run that 1/2in air line (super hard plastic, which doesn't really bend) up the a-pillar and drill through the roof to hold the valve in place. This seemed quite a bit easier and cleaner. lol
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Looks great Tre!
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Looks good, Mr. Paul.
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Love your truck man, when mine grows up it will look just like yours!!!
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Polish those headlights and what's with the mudflaps?

Either way great lookin truck!
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boom goes the dynamite
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Looks good!!
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looking great
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Thanks guys.

The flaps are easy in and out. I have them on right now while I'm in Corvallis for school. Cops are really **** about it here. When I'm home in Portland though, I take them out.
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very very nice, but IMO i had the same issue with my 03 that i didnt like, if u look from the front of the truck, look towards the rear... the tires seem to sucked in. i had that same problem and i wanted the tires to stick out past the fender flares, but never could before she got repoed.
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You need 10" wheels.
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that looks really clean!
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Looks great. Silver trucks FTW.
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I think it looks good, except for the green wire hanging out, the HUGE cb radio, the mudflaps and the hitch.
I think the mudflaps would actually look okay if they came down a little further. Atleast they would like like they served a purpose
And the hitch just needs to be raised a bit.
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Horrible
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looks good tre, here's the pics I took at the show
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Weakkkk... ****'s really weak Trevor.. lol
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