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Old 07-03-2012
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ill post more pics tomorrow1
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Old 07-10-2012
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Wow, nice work. No shackles... must've made for a pretty shitty ride.

I'll have to get a pic of the truck up tomorrow. Hopefully I'll remember, lol.
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Old 08-30-2012
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Thought I'd update y'all on the frame paint and how it's holding up. It is doing very well. Nothing flaking off or anything like that.

I'll check it closer shortly before winter to make sure there aren't open spots from something flaking off, if that even happened.

Still have the front half of the frame to do yet, however. I think I'll do that when I build the front bumper. (yeah, still haven't gotten around to that either...)

I might have to put new springs in the front suspension. It seems to sit a bit low and I can hear the tires rub a little when making a tight turn.
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