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Old 07-26-2014, 04:16 PM   #40581
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That is true lol I just didn't want to say it lol maybe an exo cage
And bullet proofing and extreme duty parts
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Old 07-26-2014, 04:41 PM   #40582
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Has anyone ever seen matchstick men? The only movie that has had my wife and I talking about it after we watched it. Cause we were so surprised.
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Old 07-26-2014, 04:59 PM   #40583
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@BrowningSCrew it always kills me to see pics of your junkyard. Nice green pastures with tons of room. Mine are stuck right in the heart of KC with 2ft between each car walking on a big gravel lot. Always hot as hell and seems like they never have anything better than a 97 reg cab xl.
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Old 07-26-2014, 05:11 PM   #40584
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Has anyone ever seen matchstick men? The only movie that has had my wife and I talking about it after we watched it. Cause we were so surprised.
I haven't but if you want another movie like that check out scenic route
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What's a good object to put sandpaper on to sand my grille? I finally got all of the chrome **** off of where it will be visible. (It's upside down on the table cause I needed to get the stuff off the bottom)
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@BrowningSCrew it always kills me to see pics of your junkyard. Nice green pastures with tons of room. Mine are stuck right in the heart of KC with 2ft between each car walking on a big gravel lot. Always hot as hell and seems like they never have anything better than a 97 reg cab xl.
This is just one of the 3 I hit up and the biggest lol it was hot as **** out there though
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Is there a point to putting chains from the bottom of your rear mud flaps up to the rear bumper
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That's what I was going to say! Lol!!!
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