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you no ur truck is just sweet when you need limiting straps..haha
thats all i gotta say.

lol thanks for the input

im in a buying mood right now, if i had the measurements they would be ordered, prolly a good thing i dont have the measurements lol
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You could always buy me something.
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haha or me! buy me some 5.0 heads to go with my cam :D


truck is lookn sick beard, the strap idea is nice gives you a bit less to worry about the next time you out flexn it hard
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hmm.. maybe im dumb, but why dont you just lengthen the break lines instead of limiting the flex?
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hmm.. maybe im dumb, but why don't you just lengthen the break lines instead of limiting the flex?

you must not know how long they are to begin with....


if they are any longer they would probably snag something
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hmm.. maybe im dumb, but why dont you just lengthen the break lines instead of limiting the flex?
becuase the brake lines arent the only problem, losing a coil, brakes, over entending shocks, those are all the problems.
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yep^^

andy yeah the brake lines are super long right now as it is.
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ahh.., gotcha, thanks.
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and idk if you'd really need anymore flex outa the front. work on that rear son :D
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its in the works andy, just need to make sure i have my own welder when i start that project! lol
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haha yeah it makes projects a bit more convenient!
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