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Another happy customer

Discussion in 'Avid Off Road' started by Ducs2r, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. Ducs2r

    Ducs2r [OP] Active Member

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    Bought a light bar and bolt on sliders for Christmas and recently got them powder coated at a local industrial fabricator. The owner was really impressed with Brandon's work, especially the welds. Put them on last night and thought I would share a few pics. Now I just have to decide what driving lights to get, I had Brandon attach two light tabs.

    T
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  2. Fractured

    Fractured FPS-a-holic

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    Nice rig! Looks awesome.
     
  3. w8n4mud

    w8n4mud There's a mod for that!

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    Looks great. Good choice!
     
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    rbeezy Well-Known Member

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    nice ride!!!! what kinda wheels are those?
     
  5. Ducs2r

    Ducs2r [OP] Active Member

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    The wheels look better than they are. They are cheap tire rack wheels I got with my winter tires so I could swap out my summer tires. I wasn't sure whether I liked black or not, but I do and may go with some good black rims for my summer setup too.

    Cheers,

    T
     
  6. brandonaz

    brandonaz Avid Off Road Vendor

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    Looks great.. and thank you. But I can't take all the credit. We've got some really talented guys that are good at what they do. I only do some of the welding. Our guy that does most of the welding just got his certification this week.. he does good work.
     
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    BakerTaco Well-Known Member

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    Black UWS Toolbox, Window Tint, Weathertech mats, OME lift: 885x coils, top plate spacer, OME shocks all around, 2 inch AAL driver side trim packer, Toytec diff drop, Grillcraft, Colormatched grille, CHLM, 6000k HIDs - headlights and fogs, Smittybilt shackle hitch, ARB snatch strap, Pioneer avic x940bt headunit,
    how much does it cost to powder coat?
     
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