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Looks good to me. I know you will put them to good use soon.
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thanks! and yeah, the hoop wouldnt work, my rear doors open lol
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I am not a fan either.
if i ever did it, it would be protecting the bed.. and i would have tube go through the bed side to the frame to brace it.
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Those looks sick on your truck man, looks very nice, good work.
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I like hoops

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But those look good too. good work
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I think im likein'em a lil low.Looks like they work well as a step bar too. i've seen'em mounted up to the bottom of the door and now not only to you have to step up now you have to step over the sliders. Looks great!!
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thanks! yeah they'll make a somewhat good step for the lady lol
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Those look pretty damn sweet. I love your truck.
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they probably weighed a good 40-50 lbs each
Just FYI, I got my tracking info from UPS already. The weight that was billed was only 69 lbs total. These are actually pretty dang light
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oh wow, maybe i miss calculated! right on!
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Trucks lookin good Tyler!! what's next?
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wish those would fit my single cab. i was just about to order them and remembered you have an extended cab. dang.....
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Trucks lookin good Tyler!! what's next?
rear bumper

and yfzman, they make them for a single cab toyota too, you should take some measurements to see how they would fit
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are they a little to short? beards makin em 81". these are 78". they looks like that if you slid off a rock from your front tire that you mite clip the very front of the rocker? same with the rear. if you werer slidinn down em and you got to the end, a little portion of the rear is exposed and would bet bashed before you got the rear tire onn the rock...
is this true?? i plan to wheel and use them hard when i get em! what do you think?!
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lookin good bro and theyll be plenty strong enough for ya
iv been rockin mine for 2 years now and im not exactly easy on them

and our club is really good freinds with the guys from trail-gear and ill stand behind theyr products
i got to ride in this a couple weeks ago with matt
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lbut my ultimate goal: this truck will make it through the rubicon! one way or another lol
if you got lockers youll make it now, friend has gone numerous times in a ****** jeep on 32" bmg mt's fully locked, the 4wd club here is going the last weekend in june if you are interested.

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arent they closing the rubicon? better hurry up!
actually other way around, recently became a county road which makes it much harder to close.
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if you got lockers youll make it now, friend has gone numerous times in a ****** jeep on 32" bmg mt's fully locked, the 4wd club here is going the last weekend in june if you are interested.



actually other way around, recently became a county road which makes it much harder to close.
Thats awesome! Ultimately, that is what I want to make my truck capable of doing... I had no idea that it was now a county road. Great news for one of the best trails
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they are still talking about putting some bridges in at a few of the creek crossings to recude erosion and sediment going into the streams.
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