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Old 10-10-2012, 03:54 PM   #21601
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Are you going to run any support bars to the bedsides to keep them from flapping around without a tailgate?
yup, thats next on the list, still not sure if its just gonna be from the bedsides to the bed or whether it'll tie into the bumper yet
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:21 PM   #21602
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I'm saying the bedsides glassworks makes suck the d then. That would piss me off every time I looked at them. They were probably the ones who just stretched a stock bed and made a mold over it. It's a good idea for a regular joe to save some money, but not a product I'd pay money for.
To each his own. I think they look fine to me. Jberry's look awesome.
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:36 PM   #21603
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Damn those gold rims are amazing


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Old 10-10-2012, 04:44 PM   #21604
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Finished the tire carrier today
lol brocal for sure

still have to put my score sticker on my back window but am waiting till i do some more stuff so i dont look like an imitation bro jk but i like the tire carrier
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:48 PM   #21605
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lol brocal for sure

still have to put my score sticker on my back window but am waiting till i do some more stuff so i dont look like an imitation bro jk but i like the tire carrier



Did you computer or phone or whatever the hell you posted with not come with punctuation marks?
Oh yeah, adding or "jk" to the end of asshole comments doesn't make them any less of an asshole comment.
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:55 PM   #21606
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:43 PM   #21607
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To each his own. I think they look fine to me. Jberry's look awesome.
Jberry's do look awesome. Here's where I'm coming from. The photo makes me believe there was pulling in the center of the wheel well which changed the body lines. Obviously now I can see glassworks do not look like this.
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:48 PM   #21608
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Noticed that the 3rd stop light on my Leer topper wasn't working. Called the dealer who asked if I could be there in an hour. Took them 15 minutes to install an new light and adjust the latches. Gotta love that 12 month warranty!

Tomorrow cleaning and re-oiling my AirAid air filter and getting it read for my Klamath fishing trip.
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Old 10-10-2012, 06:46 PM   #21609
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Did you computer or phone or whatever the hell you posted with not come with punctuation marks?
Oh yeah, adding or "jk" to the end of asshole comments doesn't make them any less of an asshole comment.
Haha just like the whole "no offense" thing. But I just thought your brocal location and me having a scoretsticker was somehow funny in a non relevant way
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:21 PM   #21610
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I have not tried this but space is a premium. Measure between the front seats. I'm not sure that there is a foot of space there. With that being the case, if you did that, you may have to find something other than taco buckets. I wonder if you found another 40 side out of the 60/40 split. That may work.
I thought about that but theres a couple things im concerned about going that route. 1) the bench is still losid all the way across, so id have to tkae out the middle of that as well... and im not really looking to hack up the seats. 2) im not really sure that the other "40" would work properly with the other side as far as the back of the seat where it attatches to the back wall...
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:21 PM   #21611
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Jberry's do look awesome. Here's where I'm coming from. The photo makes me believe there was pulling in the center of the wheel well which changed the body lines. Obviously now I can see glassworks do not look like this.
He's running a tundra rear axle and had custom glassworks made for them.....I think lol
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:23 PM   #21612
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What do y'all think of my idea of putting the tundra v8 in my truck
No..how about you just jump the damn thing for a year first haha.

Then..only if it the new 4.6 one

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Jberry's do look awesome. Here's where I'm coming from. The photo makes me believe there was pulling in the center of the wheel well which changed the body lines. Obviously now I can see glassworks do not look like this.
Yes. I would agree. Looks like he pulled the fenders..I have always wondered how this would look..
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:34 PM   #21615
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No way. All you would need is 6" flares or 8"
Ur right 6"-8" is all u need but don think they make them for dbl cabs...not 100% on that

Quote from his build;

Its actually funny that you post those because I am picking up bedsides from Glassworks tomorrow. Only problem was I read from people on here running the 4" fenders with tundra axles that they were destroying their fenders. So I found a guy that works for Glassworks on DR and he gave me a good price to make some 6" flairs. Thanks for lookin out man
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:18 PM   #21617
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:27 PM   #21618
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Haha just like the whole "no offense" thing. But I just thought your brocal location and me having a scoretsticker was somehow funny in a non relevant way
You're confusing me with someone else.
I live in Northern Nevada, not SoCal.
Also the sticker in my rear window says "Stay back 100 meters or you will be shot"...shortly followed up by the same phrase in Sanskrit....not Score.



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He's running a tundra rear axle and had custom glassworks made for them.....I think lol
Ding! Custom 6" bedsides. Part of the problem I think is just the angle the picture was taken, as if it was low to the ground. The other part of the problem is I don't think the bedsides were lined up all the way when mounted. They are sitting about a 1" high. Glass is a pain in the ass to get mounted up and lined up right. Observe:






For the record....a Tundra axle "can" work with 4.5" bedsides, it just won't work with a f67 leaf pack unless you bump early. With the 50T, the pack goes negative arch right where you want to bump it, it just doesn't tuck under the bedsides:

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I have not tried this but space is a premium. Measure between the front seats. I'm not sure that there is a foot of space there. With that being the case, if you did that, you may have to find something other than taco buckets. I wonder if you found another 40 side out of the 60/40 split. That may work.
that is a nice box build i want to do some thing like that with a single 12. pm me when you start you're build it will look sick.
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didnt do it all today but threw on some rally armor mud flaps and some center caps for the 52 series
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