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Old 11-10-2013, 12:52 PM   #41
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All things considered, it's not too bad.

Nothing like driving around in a Range Rover that looks like an F150, lol.
LOL! whatever you say man... I know how much this **** costs and your build is getting up there! Must be nice, super jellllllyyyyy.
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Old 11-10-2013, 01:40 PM   #42
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LOL! whatever you say man... I know how much this **** costs and your build is getting up there! Must be nice, super jellllllyyyyy.
It's all relative I guess. It would have cost twice as much to go full LT front and rear. So it that regard, I got off easy.
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It's all relative I guess. It would have cost twice as much to go full LT front and rear. So it that regard, I got off easy.
Oh I know... I get the costs of full LT. Great build and I wasn't trying to sound rude at all. The truck is sick man, and again, you actually use IT!
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Oh I know... I get the costs of full LT. Great build and I wasn't trying to sound rude at all. The truck is sick man, and again, you actually use IT!
Not rude at all. I could have saved a bunch by doing my own labor but I just don't have that kind of free time. I really wanted to go ***** out but given I live in DC, I couldn't justify the expense yet. Once I move back out west I'm going all-in.
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Where are you planning on moving out west?
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Where are you planning on moving out west?
I was thinking the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. I can't wait to get away from the East coast.
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Oh yeah that's a nice area. Always better to be near water to keep the weather nice. You can really open up that raptor in Nevada! I'm going to Barstow tmw and I'm ready to do some high speed offroading!
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That's super clean man. Total stealth prerunner lol. Is the set up a kit or all custom?
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That's super clean man. Total stealth prerunner lol. Is the set up a kit or all custom?
The cantilever setup is the first non-prototype that is intended to be sold as a package (levers, rods, straps and brackets). The front setup is a kit but it is also the first on the street. RPG has a similar front setup and there are 4 or 5 of those either on the road or being installed currently.

It's the max capability you can get while keeping the entire bed intact and staying factory width up front.
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