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Old 09-01-2011, 10:42 PM   #81
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so for my exhaust im seriously thinkin about runnin straight duals, no cats no muffler just pipes, but what would it sound like and what would i do about the sensors?
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Old 09-06-2011, 09:49 PM   #82
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ive decided just to put in a flowmaster 40 series and chop my stock pipe off over the rear axle instead, now that we've got some cooler weather down here in mississippi i plan to do some more work such as doing a better job at hiding the wires to my subs and adding lights that will flash when the subs hit, i will probably gather all this up this weekend and get it done
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:00 AM   #83
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ive decided just to put in a flowmaster 40 series and chop my stock pipe off over the rear axle instead, now that we've got some cooler weather down here in mississippi i plan to do some more work such as doing a better job at hiding the wires to my subs and adding lights that will flash when the subs hit, i will probably gather all this up this weekend and get it done
One of my buddy has some of that shit..it's cool and subtle. He has it switched so he can turn it on and off though..lights go faster..louder volume is up and harder bass hits. It's through an output obviously.


Truck looks good! Love good ol' country/homegrown work..
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One of my buddy has some of that shit..it's cool and subtle. He has it switched so he can turn it on and off though..lights go faster..louder volume is up and harder bass hits. It's through an output obviously.


Truck looks good! Love good ol' country/homegrown work..
thanks man, the builds slowin on down now cause all i got left is the big expensive things, and i might be gettin a old camaro soon so im tryin to keep it not lifted until i get that car and get it goin ha
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Old 09-26-2011, 08:58 PM   #85
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got the lights hooked to the speakers and blew a 6x9 somehow, then my cb was messing up so i checked the antenna and this hapenned, i'm gettin a new whip from tacomazach sunday though
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Old 10-15-2011, 09:53 PM   #86
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finally got around to tinting my tail lights, a little darker than id hoped but they still look great, in the day pic they look darker cause they havent cured long and the lights were off

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Old 10-21-2011, 10:12 PM   #88
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fixing to buy a used 2.5 inch spacer and 2 inch aal for a cheap lift until i save up for what i really want, i'm plannin on 3inch all pro expediton leafs with OME nitrocharger sport shocks on all 4 corners and the OME 882 coils, if anyone has any input/suggestions on this lift plan drop a reply, also id like to know the cheapest place found for the OME stuff
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thanks man, the builds slowin on down now cause all i got left is the big expensive things, and i might be gettin a old camaro soon so im tryin to keep it not lifted until i get that car and get it goin ha
didnt get that camaro, thing had 2 holes rusted in the frame, so its back to the taco build with alot more updates
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Old 11-07-2011, 09:36 PM   #90
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Glamour shots the other day back in the beautiful deer woods

you can really see the dent some woman put under my rear window with her door in this pic
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got the lights hooked to the speakers and blew a 6x9 somehow, then my cb was messing up so i checked the antenna and this hapenned, i'm gettin a new whip from tacomazach sunday though
Firestik is the way to go man
good looking truck BTW
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Firestik is the way to go man
good looking truck BTW
Firestiks look better for sure, however, the steel whip has much better reception and range especially through the mississippi woods
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i'm actually thinkin bout a hood mount and a 4ft or 5ft firestick but not for sure yet
imo i'd stick with the 4ft or even go with a 3ft if you're attaching it to your hood, assuming you'll be driving at highway speeds and the spring is a need too
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Looks really good man, keep up the good work
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imo i'd stick with the 4ft or even go with a 3ft if you're attaching it to your hood, assuming you'll be driving at highway speeds and the spring is a need too
i have a spring already and i may not put it on the hood, i might just move my toolbox up a little and mount it back there on the driver side, but a firestick is definately in my future, i cant haul kayaks without my whip havin to be tied down
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Looks really good man, keep up the good work
thanks man, i like your signature
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Ran into a couple problems this week, first thing i found was that my leaf springs look like a n over my axle instead of a u, then tonight my battery that i just bought about 4 months ago is acting like it doesnt wanna carry the stuff i have on there, so my next plans were gonna be window tint then winch but now their more than likely gonna be either all pro expedition leafs or a custom leaf project then a dual battery additon
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[QUOTE=Rhino;3209229]i need some new tires im lookin for something like a bf goodwrench KO or possibly some cheaper mudders if anyone has any used for sale near south ms please let me know[/QUOTE

im from long beach, what part you from
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