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Old 01-22-2013, 12:32 PM   #41
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Got an folding adapter for my CB antenna from Amazon. No longer are parking garages an annoyance.

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Moved the CB, mounted it in an easier to view/reach spot with Velcro, and velcroed the mic under the A/C vent. Also got a black AmazonBasics Lightning cable for the iPhone, looks way better and works despite all the fears over third party cables. Also cleaned the interior pretty well.
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Old 03-11-2013, 01:29 PM   #43
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My Magnaflow 18" Muffler arrived today. Had it welded on. It sounds great, exactly like what I was wanting. It's a bit louder on start up, but quiet on idle and sounds great when your accelerating. No drone. The raspyness on the video isn't at all evident in person, guess it's the iPhone I used to film it. Part #12256.

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Old 05-20-2013, 10:23 PM   #45
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Smile BF's with your lift?

Wondering if your going to stick with you 265/70/17 tires and stck rims with your lift kit you mentioned your putting in.
I was thinking of doing the same except new rims.
Wondering how it would look?
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Old 05-22-2013, 04:32 AM   #46
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Old 07-18-2013, 08:06 PM   #47
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Wondering if your going to stick with you 265/70/17 tires and stck rims with your lift kit you mentioned your putting in.
I was thinking of doing the same except new rims.
Wondering how it would look?
I plan to keep my 265/75/16s when I lift. I have OME 885s that I will be installing with 5100 shocks and a 1.5" AAL. They still look good with that much lift. My next tires will be 33" or 35", but I will have a bumper and probably will regear for that.
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Got a Kobalt box for my bed. Nothing fancy, but it'll hold my tools and give me a little more space in the cab.

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Old 07-19-2013, 03:59 AM   #49
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Got a Kobalt box for my bed. Nothing fancy, but it'll hold my tools and give me a little more space in the cab.

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I plan to derp it matte black.
I love mine. I keep all of my recovery gear in it. Straps, shovel, machete, hi lift, ect.... For a small box it holds more than expected. And I blacked mine out with roll on bed liner, hurculiner if I remember correctly.
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Got a new set of 265/75/16 BFG A/Ts. Love the extra ground clearence and traction over the old Michelans. Truck looks lifted in this pic, it's all stock. Looks great.

These tires are not cheap, but they are freaking worth it.

Nice! I loved these tires on my Colorado. Was there any Fitment issues? Cannot afford (Translate: convince Wife i need) a lift yet. She drove around on our country roads for ONE day before telling me I need bigger tiers, though. So for now I want as big as possible. Once she sees the ass end SAG from our camping gear this weekend, I might get a lift anyways.
It has too many miles for the tsb, but the leafs are straight, if not bowing upward. A little show and tell might get me the lift.
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Old 08-07-2013, 03:47 PM   #52
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Finally had some free time in the daylight to install my toolbox. That was easy. Used j hooks. The extra space is nice, gotta get used to having it in the bed though.

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Nice! I loved these tires on my Colorado. Was there any Fitment issues? Cannot afford (Translate: convince Wife i need) a lift yet. She drove around on our country roads for ONE day before telling me I need bigger tiers, though. So for now I want as big as possible. Once she sees the ass end SAG from our camping gear this weekend, I might get a lift anyways.
It has too many miles for the tsb, but the leafs are straight, if not bowing upward. A little show and tell might get me the lift.
Thanks. This is my second set of these tires and I have had no rub at all on or off road. Not having mudflaps may help though.
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Basic hand tools, bungie cords, para cord, first aid kit, led light for toolbox, 30ft 20K strap.

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Trucks coming along nicely!

Doing better than me. We prerunners gotta standard to uphold

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Prerunners unite! haha I have a question, not really truck related but figured you might have some experience. Have you been to the state/national forest? I can't remember exactly where (Bristol, Blounstown, somewhere between us lol) IF you have been what is it like? Do I need aa permit to ride out there or what?
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Appalachicola National Forest? No permit needed (at least for trucks, dunno about ATVs), all the trails are marked with what is allowed. Thats where I do a majority of my off roading. Shoot me a PM and we can try and get a group to go out there.

Most of the trails are sand and dirt, usually the difficult areas are obvious as they are flooded. Never been stuck in an area where my tires weren't atleast half way under water. Still hoping to find some more clay trails to flex on, not much of a mudder.


Prerunner power lol. Mines always impressed me with what it can do. Last time
TacomaNole and I went to ANF I successfully made it through some very flooded trails I did not think I'd get through. Tires and locker make all the difference!
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Appalachicola National Forest? No permit needed (at least for trucks, dunno about ATVs), all the trails are marked with what is allowed. Thats where I do a majority of my off roading. Shoot me a PM and we can try and get a group to go out there.

Most of the trails are sand and dirt, usually the difficult areas are obvious as they are flooded. Never been stuck in an area where my tires weren't atleast half way under water. Still hoping to find some more clay trails to flex on, not much of a mudder.


Prerunner power lol. Mines always impressed me with what it can do. Last time
TacomaNole and I went to ANF I successfully made it through some very flooded trails I did not think I'd get through. Tires and locker make all the difference!
Ah okay! I had one of my friends mention that he went to the national forest to ride and stuff, and was wondering how it was. Might have to get a meet going within the next month or so!
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