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Official 5-Lug Picture Thread

Discussion in '5 Lug' started by Yota Newb, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. EricTheRed

    EricTheRed Damn dirty Swede

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    Nice. That looks really sharp! What kind of offset/backspacing do you have on those wheels?
     
  2. Cgtaco1

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    They are eagle alloy 5 on 4.5 -46offset actually going to paint stock steelies for 265 tires idk if post was a response to mine heh
     
  3. 2TRunner

    2TRunner Don't give up here just yet

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    Something a little new for the 2TRunner...Mid-Traveled. Something is up in the rear, have to figure it out. Installed AAL, showing very little signs of rear lift.

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  4. Cgtaco1

    Cgtaco1 Member

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    Sick bumper! How much did that run you?
     
  5. 2TRunner

    2TRunner Don't give up here just yet

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    The front?

    Haha, that shit is 100% custom.

    Like $225 or something.
     
  6. Cgtaco1

    Cgtaco1 Member

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    Nice is there a guide or something? Sorry noob here
     
  7. pkjr

    pkjr Well-Known Member

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    Looks good, Quaker. I'm not sure about the rear aal, though? How much lift front/rear did you get? How's the ride? Etc... :)
     
  8. pkjr

    pkjr Well-Known Member

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    Nice day in the forest.

    I bought a Fuji X100S camera for quick and easy everyday images. These turned out nice from today.
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  9. EricTheRed

    EricTheRed Damn dirty Swede

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    Looks good man!

    Tell me...how are you liking the X100S? I'm sick of carrying around my FF on vacation and this is the camera I'm leaning towards. I think you should post some more pics of your Taco you've taken with it...y'know, that way it keeps this thread on-topic. XD
     
  10. pkjr

    pkjr Well-Known Member

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    ^^^ Thank you, and, I hear ya, man. I have a Nikon D300 with lenses, but they are collecting dust now. This Fuji X100S is a very capable and convenient camera that weighs only one pound. No fatigue in the forest today, even after nine hours. Full 'Auto' or full 'Manual', it can handle either, or anything in between (aperture, shutter priority, etc.)

    And, it can see it in the dark. I've taken images up to ISO 6400 with no noise.

    I also have two Nikon SB-800 speedlights. The Fuji X100S can fire one mounted in the hotshoe, or remotely, or both (commander and slave, or both remotely.)

    Have you viewed Zach Arias's video review of the Fuji X100S during his trip to Istanbul? He declared the DSLR dead in that video since the Fuji release. You can search for it, or I can post a link later. David Hobby has also posted about traveling lighter with the Fuji X100S.

    Anyway... wink, wink... I'll take more pics soon of my 5-lugger to stay on topic here. :) I also post in the Official Photography Thread, and more often in the Foodies BS Thread, starting to use the Fuji X100S now.
     
  11. 2TRunner

    2TRunner Don't give up here just yet

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    Naw, it's just something that I thought up. Went to metal/fab shop, had them cut what I needed, I tested fitted, then the fab shop welded everything together.
     
  12. Mr.Schertz

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    Any lift or just bigger ires?
     
  13. TheRedTac0

    TheRedTac0 Just a Taco guy, both food & truck

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    Does anyone post on here anymore? comon guys lets see some 5-luggers!
     
  14. 95SLE

    95SLE Getting Ready for Summer

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    My 5 lugger was working hard last week and will be doing the same today.

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    A couple of beauty pics.


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  15. pkjr

    pkjr Well-Known Member

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    Something you don't see very often... a 5-lugger at the pumps :cool: I went through the quick wash and only stopped for the pic ;) :D
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    Tirse and drop-in K&N so far.
    ^^^^^:)^^^^^
    That's what I love about these tough little beasts...they don't have a huge appetite! Your Taco looks good there PKJR.
     
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    roadtared Well-Known Member

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    Tirse and drop-in K&N so far.
    I made a temporary(maybe permanent) lift fix for my front end. I think it looks pretty good and the ride hasn't suffered any. It'll do until I can find a heavier set of springs and only cost me $12.00.

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  18. TheRedTac0

    TheRedTac0 Just a Taco guy, both food & truck

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    Pics of my 5-lugger

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    GOTTA LOVE IT WHEN A DESK FALLS WHILE YOU'RE HAULING SH*T!

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    95SLE Getting Ready for Summer

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    ^^^^^^^

    Very Nice!
     
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    roadtared Well-Known Member

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    ^^^^^^^Your truck is sharp RedTaco...it sucks when you get that bang from furniture!
    All suspension assists installed...I'll see how it lasts, it does well off pavement. And the rearend holds up much better to a load! Now it just needs a bath...BAD!

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