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Old 08-05-2014, 09:46 PM   #241
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I can associate with never stopping....while I'm not usually much on that high a lift, she looks pretty damn good!

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Yea theres always something that just needs to be changed

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Looks really good! Now you better never drive it in the winter.
Thats the plan!

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Been a while since I checked in, but that looks great! Glad it's almost done.

Yep thanks, just need some bumpers.
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Old 08-05-2014, 09:47 PM   #242
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New tiregate spare tire holder installed and useless; have no spare tire.



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Nicely cleaned interior

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Old 08-13-2014, 04:29 PM   #243
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Old 08-13-2014, 04:42 PM   #244
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When I bought it



After 1st build



After leveling kit



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Old 08-13-2014, 04:44 PM   #245
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I can't remember, are you doing a pan to clean up the back end and a bumper up front or are you putting bumbers front and rear? Truck is looking amazing.
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that's just crazy big, this is a amazing truck
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Looks real good! I'll have to show a picture of your truck to my dad, maybe that will give him motivation to get his truck going lol it's a 93 f250 that he painted the same colour a couple years ago
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Great timeline! New chrome bumpers will complete it, and a set of 20x12s or whatever you said you had planned down the road will set it off.
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Reminds me of my dad's pride and enjoy when I was a youngster. Good job!!
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I can't remember, are you doing a pan to clean up the back end and a bumper up front or are you putting bumbers front and rear? Truck is looking amazing.
Def a bumper painted same color up front, not too sure about the rear. Stock looking rear bumpers look too "old-man farm truck" but a pan won't last if I use the bed. Thanks for the feedback!

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that's just crazy big, this is a amazing truck
Getting in is a workout

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Looks real good! I'll have to show a picture of your truck to my dad, maybe that will give him motivation to get his truck going lol it's a 93 f250 that he painted the same colour a couple years ago
Yeah I remember you showed me a pic when I first joined the site.. It takes a lot of ambition (and money) but no matter how long it would take, I feel its worth it.

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Great timeline! New chrome bumpers will complete it, and a set of 20x12s or whatever you said you had planned down the road will set it off.
Painted bumpers (just the front for now) no chrome! and 18's on 35's I believe im leaning towards!

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Reminds me of my dad's pride and enjoy when I was a youngster. Good job!!
Thanks bud!!



Dynamat on the doors!



And would like to intoduce a new (to me) ride, my 05 F150! (no more minivan!!!)

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