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What he's doing to it by making it a "buggy" is painful to look at, the 2 metal bars are just welded right to the new front window piece that is just welded to the original mounts, and it look like it is not structurally secured at all. I would be scared to go wheelin' in that...
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the steppie here where i work. has got them same fender flares. LIft and tires helps the look cept they still look like poo.


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That guys a complete idiot for using CONDUIT as a structure. Someone needs to flame that guy.
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That truck looks like complete hell now with that wanna-be cage.
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go look again at my comment.. another guy said the same thing basically lol
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thanks guys but the conduit it alot stronger then the factory roof as i have found out...... plus i don't plan on rolling it any time soon with only this as an roll cage there needs to be alot more support before it would be even considered a trail truck...... its to just get me around town and when i get money for a new truck it will become a trail buggy........
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I love how the seat belts are attached.
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Now that's funny!
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go look again at my comment.. another guy said the same thing basically lol
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thanks guys but the conduit it alot stronger then the factory roof as i have found out...... plus i don't plan on rolling it any time soon with only this as an roll cage there needs to be alot more support before it would be even considered a trail truck...... its to just get me around town and when i get money for a new truck it will become a trail buggy........
you didnt intend to roll this time either i bet, regardless of what you intend, **** still happens lol. alot of us would rather see you do it right with some real tubing, instead of half assed and then when it does roll again, youll seriously regret that conduit.
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maybe he is piecing it together? Like the ricers do with unpainted body kits????


looks like butt
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those are the bushwacker extend-a-fender flares. they would look good on zabeards truck. That's about it lol
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haha what did you stalk this guy? i would be creepin if i saw someone following me trying to take pictures of my truck lol
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haha what did you stalk this guy? i would be creepin if i saw someone following me trying to take pictures of my truck lol
Guy just append to be going the same way we were going.

I spotted it from 100 yards away and told my dad to speed up cause it looked weird
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Yikes that fugly
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Guy just append to be going the same way we were going.

I spotted it from 100 yards away and told my dad to speed up cause it looked weird
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Holy flares Batman!
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