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Old 08-27-2010, 01:57 PM   #41
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That would look awesome!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-27-2010, 03:23 PM   #44
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This would be a wrap not paint right?
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Old 04-10-2011, 11:24 PM   #46
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I really like what you have done with your truck. I’m curious if you ever got an air tank for that ARB compressor? And if you got the body damage fixed? Pics like this give make me cringe.

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I really like what you have done with your truck. Iím curious if you ever got an air tank for that ARB compressor? And if you got the body damage fixed? Pics like this give make me cringe.

No air tank. Still have my precious body damage. Received more since. I think I'll let a same day fix it shittily and just line-x the lower. Plan on plumbing rock sliders and doubling as air tanks. When I get some.
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No air tank. Still have my precious body damage. Received more since. I think I'll let a same day fix it shittily and just line-x the lower. Plan on plumbing rock sliders and doubling as air tanks. When I get some.
That is genius using the sliders for air tanks they would have a decent amount of volume between the two of them.
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I'm digging it. Thought the PA was a nice touch along with the fire extinguisher. You can't go wrong with All-Pro either. All-in-all, you have a pretty sweet ride.
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I'm digging it. Thought the PA was a nice touch along with the fire extinguisher. You can't go wrong with All-Pro either. All-in-all, you have a pretty sweet ride.
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hey dwreck i saw pictures where you got the thule xsporter all the way down to the bed. how did you do that? im thinking about cutting mine but i would hate to do that!
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hey dwreck i saw pictures where you got the thule xsporter all the way down to the bed. how did you do that? im thinking about cutting mine but i would hate to do that!
3/4"x3/4" aluminum square tube behind the rails. You will have to get longer hardware!
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I'm pretty sure I know what your talking about, but by any chance do you have a picture of your set up
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Different truck now. Sold the rack. Maybe I'll find a pic tonight.
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Old 11-15-2011, 12:48 AM   #57
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How well did the plastidip hold up on your wheels?
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Old 11-15-2011, 12:35 PM   #59
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It didn't!
Would it hold up on a car that never touches the dirt? A friend of mine wants to do her wheels on her Xterra.
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Would it hold up on a car that never touches the dirt? A friend of mine wants to do her wheels on her Xterra.
Probably! My rear bumper has held up well.

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are your 5100's set at 0 with the 885's?
5100s set @ 0" with 886, not 885. 885 were too soft. I've hit bumpstops with 886 too.
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