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As requested: Day pics of newest mods

Well as requested here is some day shots of the grill and tails and also some day shots of after my dads truck was detailed.

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A couple of nice trucks. Like the Grille and the fogs.
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I did the spare tire mod GOOBER!!

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i probably missed something somewhere but why do your bumpers hang so low?
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is that spare tire the same size as the others? be careful you don't run two different rear tire heights with that locker/lsd back there. tear things up pretty quickly

oh and lookin good sonic!
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i probably missed something somewhere but why do your bumpers hang so low?
1" BL last weekend.

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is that spare tire the same size as the others? be careful you don't run two different rear tire heights with that locker/lsd back there. tear things up pretty quickly

oh and lookin good sonic!
Yeah i just learned that, going to swap them out even though its only goin about 50ft across the street.
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looks good man... you should polish those wheels! they'd look alot better
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MIKE! ok...so how many coats on those tails??? it's exactly the shade i'm gonna do mine.


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i probably missed something somewhere but why do your bumpers hang so low?
he's got a 1" bodylift on the truck with unraised bumpers.
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MIKE! ok...so how many coats on those tails??? it's exactly the shade i'm gonna do mine.




he's got a 1" bodylift on the truck with unraised bumpers.
5 coats of nite shade and about 3 of clear.
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MIKE! ok...so how many coats on those tails??? it's exactly the shade i'm gonna do mine.




he's got a 1" bodylift on the truck with unraised bumpers.
Haha I just asked him the same thing over AIM

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it was about 5 coats of niteshade and then about 2-3 coats of clear. when you use clear in a can make sure to spray no more then 3 inches away and do it in heavy coats. otherwise you will get dry spray
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Haha I just asked him the same thing over AIM

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it was about 5 coats of niteshade and then about 2-3 coats of clear. when you use clear in a can make sure to spray no more then 3 inches away and do it in heavy coats. otherwise you will get dry spray
Yes you did lol
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Looks good, i dont like the tailgate tho, looks outta place being silver... just my opinion tho
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Looks good!

What kinda bulbs do you have in those tails?
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Looks good, i dont like the tailgate tho, looks outta place being silver... just my opinion tho
it's okay...he's got 'BEARD POWER' on his truck.
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lookin good mike! josh, nice job with that buffer.
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bumpers up now
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Man, those tails are PERFECT! Not too dark, not too light!
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Man, those tails are PERFECT! Not too dark, not too light!
Couldn't agree more!!
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Mmmm Shiney!
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lookin good mike! josh, nice job with that buffer.
Thanks shaggy!!
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did you get your lights from harbor freight
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did you get your lights from harbor freight
I think his are Procomps, mine are the 5" HF ones though.
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how r they? there only 13 bucks so
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Lookin' good. Can't wait to start workin' again so I can start modding mine :P
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Work great, they were only 11 bucks when I got them. I wired mine into the high beams via a relay. Here's a pic

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