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Rainy night shots

Finally got some rain out here in the middle of nowhere, so i figured it was a good time to try to take a few night pictures. Let me know what you think.

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looks great!
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cool lookin shots
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Looks great, Mike!





As much as I love love love the old DWB, I think it may be time to say hello to a new avatar. If you do, I think I may even post my Mikerider_wannabe pic as a tribute. lol. Got any big plans for this truck down the road?? I think if I get new tires for this winter, we should get a little group together and hit up the snow in the mountains or even Tukwila FINALLY. Still haven't been! lol.
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Looks great, Mike!
As much as I love love love the old DWB, I think it may be time to say hello to a new avatar. If you do, I think I may even post my Mikerider_wannabe pic as a tribute. lol. Got any big plans for this truck down the road?? I think if I get new tires for this winter, we should get a little group together and hit up the snow in the mountains or even Tukwila FINALLY. Still haven't been! lol.

I still haven't found a pic I really like for an avatar yet but I'm due for a change, as soon as finances allow, the truck will have a set of 285/75 MTs either Toyo or KM2, then shocks Bilstein 5100's and cobra rear brakes. Who knows I may even slap on a bodylift. I would be up for some snow wheeling for sure. and eventually body armor winches basically building an expedition rig.
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Very nice!!!
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I still haven't found a pic I really like for an avatar yet but I'm due for a change, as soon as finances allow, the truck will have a set of 285/75 MTs either Toyo or KM2, then shocks Bilstein 5100's and cobra rear brakes. Who knows I may even slap on a bodylift. I would be up for some snow wheeling for sure. and eventually body armor winches basically building an expedition rig.
I really like your plans. But make a decision on the BL....I find 285's look dinky on a BL. 305's or bust!
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I really like your plans. But make a decision on the BL....I find 285's look dinky on a BL. 305's or bust!
Ya might just do a one inch BL if I get the 285s the problem is I have a set of really nice chains for 285s lol
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Chains? the hell are those!?!? lol.
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Chains? the hell are those!?!? lol.
Lol they are the things that keep me from sliding off the road on the sheet ice we get around here.
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im likin the first one the most. nice shots
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Lol they are the things that keep me from sliding off the road on the sheet ice we get around here.
ohhh....see we air down and skinny pedal to the floor around these here parts. lol.
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ohhh....see we air down and skinny pedal to the floor around these here parts. lol.
Ha, ya I air down and us lots of throttle to get up what ever I need, but coming down is a different story.
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ABS disable switch, put 'er in low and 1st and slide on down sideways.



We don't usually get the crazy stupid crap you get over there most the time in the winter. Sure there's sketchy mornings and sketchy roads getting to where we go play, but it's all goood. lol. I see what you're saying.
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ABS disable switch, put 'er in low and 1st and slide on down sideways.



We don't usually get the crazy stupid crap you get over there most the time in the winter. Sure there's sketchy mornings and sketchy roads getting to where we go play, but it's all goood. lol. I see what you're saying.
Ya I usually just pull fuse 14, I need to wire up a switch. Over here in Pullman it stays real cold and we get nothing but big sheets of ice, makes for some exciting driving down the hills. In Seattle though i Usually need the chains at least once a year to get out of our drive way. its a long step hill with a large corner at the bottom. I have had some exciting nights coming back down the hill in the snow and ice.
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