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Old 08-02-2014, 02:28 PM   #131
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Did a bumper change
Looks sweet man! I like it
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Old 01-01-2015, 08:30 PM   #132
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Wowza haven't updated in a while! LOTS has happened.

This was how my truck looked before something really bad happened (see next post).

Got a "chase" rack, mounted a 50" facing front and a 13" facing back, and got method double standards.


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Old 01-01-2015, 09:17 PM   #133
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Wowza haven't updated in a while! LOTS has happened. This was how my truck looked before something really bad happened (see next post). Got a "chase" rack, mounted a 50" facing front and a 13" facing back, and got method double standards.
What happened?
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Old 01-01-2015, 09:57 PM   #134
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I had a small incident while offroading, caught some ice while going around a corner and flipped me into the ditch...


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Old 01-01-2015, 10:00 PM   #135
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This gave me an opportunity to do something I've wanted to do. I bought a new truck the next day to use as a parts truck. I started the procedure to switch the cabs which wasn't as hard as I thought. Then I started on my raptor conversion!


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Old 01-01-2015, 10:02 PM   #136
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As it stands I'm about 55% done. Just waiting on my bedsides to come in.
Got the front fenders, hood, grille and valance mounted but not lined up yet.


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As it stands I'm about 55% done. Just waiting on my bedsides to come in. Got the front fenders, hood, grille and valance mounted but not lined up yet.
Sweet man! Sorry about the accident but it's always brighter and better on the other side, and you're showing us that with the awesome conversion you're doing to your truck. Which motor does your truck have again? Looks sweet man. What color is it going to be once you're all done with it?
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Sweet looking truck. Did you build that bumper? Looks boss.
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Sweet man! Sorry about the accident but it's always brighter and better on the other side, and you're showing us that with the awesome conversion you're doing to your truck. Which motor does your truck have again? Looks sweet man. What color is it going to be once you're all done with it?
Truck has only got a 4.6l but I'm happy with it. More reliable then the 5.4 in my opinion. Trucks gonna be wrapped in matte army green.
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Well sorry to hear...interesting new direction in the build though
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