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Old 12-21-2014, 03:47 PM   #26521
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I know I've posted a lot of pictures this is my last one sense i finally finished buttoning everything up..
I hate scabs with long beds but somehow your truck pulls it off
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that's ok, one thing I don't mind is seeing pics of your truck
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Where the hell have you been
Bro your truck is a scab..
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Old 12-21-2014, 03:51 PM   #26523
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Bro your truck is a scab..
I got a feeling he did mistype, but you can own something you hate
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I meant scab long beds, was talking to my dad while typing and forgot to type long bed lol
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I been around
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I got a feeling he did mistype, but you can own something you hate
****, I love my truck lol. If it had more room in the back but not so much to make it a screw I would be happier, but still like scabs.
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****, I love my truck lol. If it had more room in the back but not so much to make it a screw I would be happier, but still like scabs.
just makin the point lol

I used to kinda wish I had a bigger backseat but now I realize I really don't need it so I don't mind it anymore. hell I think the '04's backseat is too big sometimes lol
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Did you get your money first?
if you mean for headlights I won't be getting new ones for a while yet. deal with it
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To anybody with 50" led bar How do the mounts for the lightbar seal up. Any problems with leaking roofs
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if you mean for headlights I won't be getting new ones for a while yet. deal with it
Well I meant more of since you said you've been around so I made a joke and asked if you got your money first, basically saying you've been hooking
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Old 12-22-2014, 10:21 AM   #26532
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Well I meant more of since you said you've been around so I made a joke and asked if you got your money first, basically saying you've been hooking
ah. no I haven't been. but I have made money.....
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To anybody with 50" led bar How do the mounts for the lightbar seal up. Any problems with leaking roofs
gasket and i put extra silicone around the bolts as extra precaution. If people can drill holes and install lights on the hull of a boat you dont have to worry about light bar mounts causing leaks.... Cab lights are like 3 holes per light so like 15 holes. Unless of course the installation is not up to par. Which if your prepared to drill holes in the roof you should know how to seal it properly haha.
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gasket and i put extra silicone around the bolts as extra precaution. If people can drill holes and install lights on the hull of a boat you dont have to worry about light bar mounts causing leaks.... Cab lights are like 3 holes per light so like 15 holes. Unless of course the installation is not up to par. Which if your prepared to drill holes in the roof you should know how to seal it properly haha.
Did you have to get under the matting of the roof when you drilled the holes to bolt the light mounts down or were they self taping screws? Just tryn to get a good idea what I'm in store for when my mounts come in and does the hardware that you mentioned come with the mounts that u got from nfab?
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Did you have to get under the matting of the roof when you drilled the holes to bolt the light mounts down or were they self taping screws? Just tryn to get a good idea what I'm in store for when my mounts come in and does the hardware that you mentioned come with the mounts that u got from nfab?
bolts yes, i pulled the headliner out completely. ( not hard) the nfab mounts come with hardware but i had cut them off after the bolts were tight so they didn't disturb my headliner, simple stuff, these light bars arnt plug and play installations if you plan on doing a curved bar, takes awhile to get everything right.
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gasket and i put extra silicone around the bolts as extra precaution. If people can drill holes and install lights on the hull of a boat you dont have to worry about light bar mounts causing leaks.... Cab lights are like 3 holes per light so like 15 holes. Unless of course the installation is not up to par. Which if your prepared to drill holes in the roof you should know how to seal it properly haha.
Ok thanks and how hard was the install I have a 50" at home and am waiting for the mounts so I want to be prepared
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Ok thanks and how hard was the install I have a 50" at home and am waiting for the mounts so I want to be prepared
i wouldn't say its hard, but you'll want a few set of hands because its hard to mock it up by yourself to get where you want, i pre wired the switch and took my head liner out the day before, you can do that before it comes it so you'll have a head start. Headliner is easy just take your time haha.
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i wouldn't say its hard, but you'll want a few set of hands because its hard to mock it up by yourself to get where you want, i pre wired the switch and took my head liner out the day before, you can do that before it comes it so you'll have a head start. Headliner is easy just take your time haha.
Haha alright doesn't seem to bad I will probably wait till after the holiday to order the mounts
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i wouldn't say its hard, but you'll want a few set of hands because its hard to mock it up by yourself to get where you want, i pre wired the switch and took my head liner out the day before, you can do that before it comes it so you'll have a head start. Headliner is easy just take your time haha.
Yeah it sounds like I'm just going to pay the money to have trick trucks, the company that I had install my lift, to put it on for me. I just don't have the time to do it and mess with it myself between being a teacher and an athletic director at the school I teach at and making sure I get plenty of time to get in the woods for hunting I'm just not making a lot of time to have to worry about pulling the headliner, drill in the right holes,mounting it correctly and wiring
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Don't get me wrong I'm a hands on kinda guy but when it's hunting season, I don't make time for very much other than killing deer...I need 4 more to hit my yearly quota of 20kills
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