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Washed & Waxed, chillin' on ice....

Washed & waxed the Ranger....then what to do? Go fishing of course.

Took some pics before it started to snow....then it got dirty again. Found a nice waterfall on the way home.

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Looking good man. Love the color. I remember when I was motivated to wash and wax my truck during the winter. Now I work two jobs and have no motivation lol
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Looks good. Needs some bigger tires now.
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I love that last picture.
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All that work and you left the wheel wells dirty! Looks great!
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Damn that thing looks good!
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Looks great man!
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Damn and my neighbors thought i was crazy going fishing this morning at 65ish degrees. Truck is really shiney
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DWB Never looked so good!
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pure sex! great pics man, truck looks beautiful
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can you go and measure the gap in the front from the tire to the bottom of the fender? id like to know

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Nice Photo man. I love the snow with that color
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Looks wicked Clint! We need to go on a little adventure soon!
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Looks good.
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Looks really good! The DWB looks sharp on ice!
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Looks good, needs an edge valence with fogs though. I really like the stance it has.
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can you go and measure the gap in the front from the tire to the bottom of the fender? id like to know
well?
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Looks sick man. I wish I could drive my truck out onto the lake when I go icefishing rather than dragging all my **** out lol. How much ice you sittin on?
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That looks great man!! Its shining so much it has like a crazy reflection on it..you make us DWB brothas proud!!
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well?
Sorry, forgot about that....

From top of tire to botton of fender:
Front - 7.75"
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Looks sick man. I wish I could drive my truck out onto the lake when I go icefishing rather than dragging all my **** out lol. How much ice you sittin on?
I measured 18" where I was. Other back bays have more. Need to get a power auger, this manual business has got to go. After 12" of ice, I need to start taking breaks drilling holes, especially with my 8" auger. And where I fish, your allowed 5 lines each, so thats 5 holes, and if I move, that doubles, triples, what a cardio workout. I am out there with no jacket or shirt on drilling away sweating buckets!

I tow my trusty sled around alot though too. Sometimes the best lakes don't have drive on access.

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That looks great man!! Its shining so much it has like a crazy reflection on it..you make us DWB brothas proud!!
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I measured 18" where I was. Other back bays have more. Need to get a power auger, this manual business has got to go. After 12" of ice, I need to start taking breaks drilling holes, especially with my 8" auger. And where I fish, your allowed 5 lines each, so thats 5 holes, and if I move, that doubles, triples, what a cardio workout. I am out there with no jacket or shirt on drilling away sweating buckets!

I tow my trusty sled around alot though too. Sometimes the best lakes don't have drive on access.
Haha I hear ya, thats one nice thing around here anyway, I usually only have to drill through 6-8" of ice during most of the season.
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