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Old 11-27-2013
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Sunrise pics

Snapped some pics of my truck on the way home from work this morning. Truck is filthy. Been working long hours at night and sleeping during most of the day.

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Awesome pics. Truck looks good!
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Nice! Looking good. How's the plastic dip holding up on the wheels?
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Thanks. The dip is holding up great.
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nice! plastidip is pretty solid. I've driven through deep stuff with all 4 spinning and nothing happened to it on my wheels.
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BALLER.

I'm diggin' your exhaust......sad I can't run mine like that.
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Why can't you?
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BL + shackles + hitch. Those things equal no rear exit or side rear exit pipes without being ugly as sin.
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BL + shackles + hitch. Those things equal no rear exit or side rear exit pipes without being ugly as sin.
Go through the bumper. Tuck the pipes where the spare goes
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Go through the bumper. Tuck the pipes where the spare goes
Don't know what you mean by "go through the bumper", but the pipes are dumped at the spare carrier currently. It works and is neat and clean, but I wish I could be rocking shiny exposed 3" or 3.5" tips.
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Truck looks clean to me, gotta love silver
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Don't know what you mean by "go through the bumper", but the pipes are dumped at the spare carrier currently. It works and is neat and clean, but I wish I could be rocking shiny exposed 3" or 3.5" tips.
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drill 4in holes in the bumper and pass the pipes through out of the way of the shackles. Should be enough room

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drill 4in holes in the bumper and pass the pipes through out of the way of the shackles. Should be enough room

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I know....aren't we terrible? Hopefully Jim doesn't mind. lol.

I had a feeling deep down that that's exactly what you were suggesting. NOT. HAPPENING. lol.



So back to James' sick truck and sunset Ranger pics....

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