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Old 12-31-2008
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Some new truck pictures, and some fire pictures

A lot has changed...I've been out of touch here for a few months, just got a new Olympus 850SW (waterproof, shockproof, freezeproof, etc) so I had to take some pictures

Major changes:
No more topper
Bed Caps
Step Bars















Just showing the CB, I've had several questions on mounting location, same as my scangauge



got the garage re-organized :)



Just a few pictures from the fire academy





we did a lot of this...

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but also a lot of this...



and a lot of agility stuff and pt



our tower



burn building, all propane...nice stuff



and every minute was worth it...in the end

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So now I'm a certified firefighter/paramedic...just looking for a job. I have so much free time I don't know what to do with myself (hence the mods so far, it's only been 2 weeks).

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Looks good, so much nicer without the topper. Good to see you found a bedliner piece for the tailgate, I actually found my tailgate bedlinder piece that went with the bedliner. It was on the side of 441 and looked like it got run over a couple dozen times so I just left it. Those are the steps I want, where'd you find them?
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Looks good, so much nicer without the topper. Good to see you found a bedliner piece for the tailgate, I actually found my tailgate bedlinder piece that went with the bedliner. It was on the side of 441 and looked like it got run over a couple dozen times so I just left it. Those are the steps I want, where'd you find them?

Thanks, I just cut that bedliner piece to fit the tailgate cover. I still want to get linex or something though, I want over the rails...

I got the steps from someone on here, just look in the classifieds, I think someone else has them, i got them for a really really good price though
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glad to see you finish your certs. im almost out of my 3 years for fire cert. and it blows. all the schooling for nothing.
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I love the way your truck looks. Congrats on Finishing Medic/firefighter school. Good luck searching for a job.
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glad to see you finish your certs. im almost out of my 3 years for fire cert. and it blows. all the schooling for nothing.
Thanks, yea that blows...what happened? Theres a lot of depts. hiring up by you. Orange county (I know it's pretty south of you) just hired a bunch...even where I'm at is hiring and we are the most advanced and hardest to get a job (with the exception of N. Florida)
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Truck looks great.
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why are the tree's on fire?
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Congrats!
Good luck on the job search!
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Looking good man, What do you have in the gauage pod?
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Awesome truck. I like the step-bars and your interior mods. Those tires look real mean too.
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I love the way your truck sits right now, perfect.
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Truck looks great man!!!
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damn that looks clean! nice rig
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Looking good man, What do you have in the gauage pod?
Trans temp and oil pressure, thanks!

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why are the tree's on fire?
It's the propane tank...it is in the foreground of the trees. It's just a prop.











thanks to everyone else! lots of hard work...but here I am :)
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congrats man, im almost done with my fire too, truck looks good too. love those bars
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looks good ricky, congrats on the fire deal, thats a great accomplishment i know what you mean with all the free time my last day of work was december 24th. The next day ill be working will be January 26th so lots of free time! Good luck on finding a job Im sure you wont have any problems..
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looks good ricky, congrats on the fire deal, thats a great accomplishment i know what you mean with all the free time my last day of work was december 24th. The next day ill be working will be January 26th so lots of free time! Good luck on finding a job Im sure you wont have any problems..

Thanks, yea free time is crazy, I'm not used to it. It is nice though, and easy to get used to
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he what year are those step bars off of? they bolt right up, right?
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he what year are those step bars off of? they bolt right up, right?
06, they all bolt right up
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There are different step or brackets for 2 door vs. 4 door trucks right?
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There are different step or brackets for 2 door vs. 4 door trucks right?
I assume so, mine bolt up underneath the supercab door and by the front fender
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i love your truck you need to post pics of it more often. also congrats on graduating and becoming a firefighter/paramedic.
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There are different step or brackets for 2 door vs. 4 door trucks right?
yes there is they bolt to different spots on the 4 dr than the 2 dr
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