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steve im gonna set up a meet for january 30th. You better be comin.
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looks good! how do those shocks ride?
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looks good! how do those shocks ride?
quite nice. I like them.
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steve im gonna set up a meet for january 30th. You better be comin.

km2s...good choice. Even tho so many people have em I still love them. Mine should be in mid this week. Ill post pics asap. And where are u planning this meet?
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km2s...good choice. Even tho so many people have em I still love them. Mine should be in mid this week. Ill post pics asap. And where are u planning this meet?
same place. There will be snow mmmm snow
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Those look great.

You gonna get a lift before you go 35's?
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looks good man, the slider club is getting larger lol
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Those look great.

You gonna get a lift before you go 35's?
i can clear them now.
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did u weld the sliders on or find away too bolt them. ill be starting mine tomorrow.
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Damn, I'm jealous. I just crunched mine up and my driver's door isn't closing properly. Gotta get out the big beatin' tool and put them back in to place and build some sliders of my own. LR
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did u weld the sliders on or find away too bolt them. ill be starting mine tomorrow.
We welded them up. Well I welded them, he just stood around looking cool hahaha
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has anyone bolted some up i really dont want too weld to the fframe
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you can just put some decent size plate on the back side
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Looks good, your truck makes me miss my truck
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has anyone bolted some up i really dont want too weld to the fframe
Why not? We didnt have any problems with welding them up. If you want to sell the truck and take them off all you have to do is find some time with a grinder and they come right off.

But if you want to bolt them, your going to have a hell of a time drilling through the frame. Its really hard steel.

Also on the drivers side near the gas tank its almost impossible to get anything in there to bolt them. My hands won't even fit inbetween the tank and the fraim rail
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