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Old 05-16-2007
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Let do the math!!!!!!!!

6 Guys +1 Truck = 2 Guys working and 4 Guy drinking beer and Bsing.
Or try this equation

6 Guy + 1 Truck = 1 guy shows up. You still don't get it done.

And my last math equation By far the most complicated

6 Guy + 1 Truck + 1 Wife/ Girl Friend =

Just kidding Man
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nothing ever goes how it should , if you think it can be done in a day or two you should probably assume it will take a week ! good luck !
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haha wow.. like everyone else says: PICS!!!!! and good luck man!
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dude, not trying to be mean but there is no way...

You will get physically exhausted, within a day at least. I worked on mine solid for 2 days and was still not done.

Then 3 more days strong and finally got it on its wheels. well then the tweaking and changing took place. my truck was out for the count for 4 weeks. then off and on for another 3-4 weeks. finally its decent.


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Murphy's law says that it'll take you twice as long and cost three times as much as you're anticipating. Good luck brother!

Amen!
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Murphy's law says that it'll take you twice as long and cost three times as much as you're anticipating. Good luck brother!
Wish my work belived in that. But its true.

Always plan for the worst.

If it costs $300 plan on $500

If it suppose to take 20 hours plan for 40.

Any project you work on your going to have problems, it could be anything from needing a special tool to running out of welding supplies. Or breaking your only 12MM socket. Or even smacking your self in the head with a rachet

Good Luck let us know the progress
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Or even smacking your self in the head with a rachet

why i ought a!
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why i ought a!

I couldn't resist
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he it hurt less than when you smashed your finger with the sledge hammer :)
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he it hurt less than when you smashed your finger with the sledge hammer :)

Damn You
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hmmm


i gonna do a SAS in a day just cause you guys said it cant be done

dang, might take me 2 years to get the parts though
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hmmm


i gonna do a SAS in a day just cause you guys said it cant be done

dang, might take me 2 years to get the parts though


LMAO
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come over and do my SAS in a day, heck take 2 weeks... just do it:P
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havn't done it, but i know its not easy

good luck, but like Rangerless and someone else, 6 guys will just be in the way
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well boys its on like donky kong 2 of my buddies are in the process of lifting there trucks more a f150 on 35 and a chevy 2500 on 38's so i gotta be bigger of course so i think its time we got a big truck show comin up so i am goin to do it and not tell anyone and show up with my truck i gotta fit at least 38's i am goin to shoot for 40's i am pickin up my axle gears and leafs tomorrow if i can get off work early i am goin to try and do it in one day! i got 5 of the best techs to help me so lets here what u guys think and some tips
you're killing me smalls....

good luck though.
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i guess i will have to call you out on this one,sorry dude,i just do not think it can be done right in a day,and in a day???have you heard of planning ahead,i am sure it took some time for your buddys to lift there trucks.
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When are you doing this?
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When are you doing this?

its been 24 hrs, im sure hes done
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its been 24 hrs, im sure hes done

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i highly doubt that.. i dont care who you are.. its not poss in a day
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its been 24 hrs, im sure hes done
yea got any progress pics?
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well I don't know if any one could do a SAS in a day but one day I hope to do a SAS
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i highly doubt that.. i dont care who you are.. its not poss in a day
what about the overhaulin team?
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it even takes the overhaulin guys 6-7 days.....
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theres 24 hours in my day how many in yours?
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theres 24 hours in my day how many in yours?

thats true, what if you stay up for 32 hours, thats still technically one day of work, cause you never went to bed
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