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Sliders Are On!

I got my sliders on, made by zabeard. Left side is original length and the right was made shorter so I wouldn't have to cut off my exhaust. Anyway, on with the pictures!

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Hopefully I will have my lift spindles by the end of next week and install shortly there after. Let me know what you think.

-Mike
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damn. that looks really good!
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Bad *** now i know how mine will look with my side exhaust!
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Looks good, but gosh that bumper is huge! What size tire you going with once you get the spindles on?
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:: i love your truck...lol
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WOW... they look amazing man!

props to Zabeard
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looks GREAT!! time for a lift right there Mr. Carr??
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Looking good now put them to use
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whats the clearance with the door open????
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man that looks good, if you could get a tube bumper built for the rear that kinda reaches onto the sides of the bed it would tie the front bumper, the sliders and the rear bumper all together and i think it would look even more amazing than it does now.
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Looks awesome!! I with Shane, where's the lift!!!
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They look good! Now where are the pics using them as a jack point to jack up the side of the truck with a hi-lift?
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Looks good. When you gonna test them out

Seems they would get in the way of getting into the truck.
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Looking good. Did you powder coat them?
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Looks good. When you gonna test them out

Seems they would get in the way of getting into the truck.
They are a little awkward getting in and out of the truck right now, but I'll adapt. Just not used to having them yet.

I have all the stuff to lift the rear of the truck sitting in the garage, had it all since the first of the year. Still waiting on the spindles, they're supposed to be at the warehouse in CA this weekend.

Trent, I will be running 32's for a while, like you, then I will eventually upgrade to 33's, hopefully when I get my tax check.
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man those sliders are sick! Cant wait to get mine in.
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Looks killer! And the shorter one doesn't look bad when its on there.
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looks really good man are u gunna plan on getting a winch?
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wow that looks awesome!
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looks great man!
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look nice!
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They look good. I like how you finally filled the gap between your front bumper and the grill shell. It looks much better.
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lookin good man

are you going to be getting some more aggressive tires your truck is just begging for it?
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Did you powder coat them?
Nope, bedliner in a can.

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are u gunna plan on getting a winch?
Someday, but there are other things on the list first.

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I like how you finally filled the gap between your front bumper and the grill shell. It looks much better.
Thank you.

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are you going to be getting some more aggressive tires your truck is just begging for it?
Hopefully when I get my tax check back I will get some 33's. I've got it narrowed down to about three different tires. Two of them are MT's and one is a really aggressive AT.

Thanks for all the compliments guys. I can't wait till it's lifted.
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Which ones you looking at? (tires)
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