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Posted: 03/04/12 02:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

DrBaker wrote:

Am I the only one that gets disappointed when I check in and find out there are no new pics? (not the case today)

I love watching custom projects. I know from experience that these things can take a very long time. I'm impressed with how quickly you can keep the projects moving.


Thank you. It does take a long time. If I had to pick a most important tool for the job. It would be my Plasma cutter. It really has save me on alot of work and money.


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I was talking about the drill etc on the front bumper.


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rehoppe wrote:

I was talking about the drill etc on the front bumper.


Ok. I should of guessed. Lol

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Posted: 03/22/12 07:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Update. I got it ot of garage today. And hooked up to hauler today to ck lights and brakes. All tested fine. Here is some pics.







What do you think?

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Nice set up... The true meaning of 'Roughing it'..... Heck of a daily driver as well!

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Looks a whole lot better with the flatbed.


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some red paint on the sleeper and it should really look good.


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Looking good! Any updates on your legal issues with the pickup?

Slap a cattle guard on it a few spikes and you're ready for Mad Max IV



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Y-Guy wrote:

Looking good! Any updates on your legal issues with the pickup?

Slap a cattle guard on it a few spikes and you're ready for Mad Max IV



Lol. Yes. Had haring three days ago. Long story. Will update later. But the magistrate needs more time to research the law.

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nayther wrote:

some red paint on the sleeper and it should really look good.


Or white to match the trailer... White with a couple of black and yellow swoops would be sweet.


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