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Old 11-11-2011, 02:17 PM
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Flexin on the stump for a photo for a Deviantart "self portrait" contest. Was pretty hard actually, muddy driveway and I kept spinning... took 12 tries before I did it LOL

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Old 11-11-2011, 02:37 PM
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looks fun dont you got 4wd ?
 
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Old 11-11-2011, 03:58 PM
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Yep. Took 4lo to get up it though. Needed to put wood down to so my tires could get traction lol
 
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Looks good, but wow your truck would look so much better without the running boards.. I always thought those things made it look like a minivan.. just MO though.
 
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I agree, lol (came with it). They're coming off sooner than later, because the driver side one is only half connected.

I've love to trade them in for sliders.
 
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I've love to trade them in for sliders.
make you some it aint that hard! it would look awesome without those running boards
 
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Eh, I don't know how, and I know they would look so much better lol
 
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Do you know how to weld?
 
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Nope. :P
 
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oh well i was gonna say you could just make some straight bars and weld them to the frame, no bending needed then lol. on the other hand i love the thing over the windsheild have you ever thought about putting those little orange teardrop shaped roof lights on your roof? i think it would look pretty cool.
 

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