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Discussion in 'Trucks' started by sonic, Mar 31, 2009.
there eagle alloys with a 33 falcon all terrain:thumbsup
Thx. I have the same truck just a darker grey.
Going to Glamis .....But you get the picture lol
Awesome!.it just has a three inch spacer kit..cant beat tucker tire in covina!!
a shot of my 05 :skull
2006 Chevy 2500HD Duramax
Tits! That is a clean truck
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2008 Chevy 1500. 5.3 vortec. 3"leveling kit. Method wheels. BFG km2 tires
We generally use the Dually or the Suburban (Yukon XL) but there are times when you just need more towing capacity.
Then, there are times you have just go over the top:
Here's what gets my tug boat to the lake and back...
2000 Chevy 1500 180,000 miles, and still runs like the day I got her 10 years ago! :champagne:
Here's my dad's 1993 Chevy dually and my 1970 GMC 1/2ton pickup.
I see that dually on PCH alot. its pretty clean for it's age
What is that, a Metro??
I think it's a Sprint... a turbo one at that.
Nice rig!! :thumbsup RIP Tom Papp.
X2 Papp was a fair honest man. My boat never had a problem under him or Gregg Shoemaker
2003 Ford SD 4x4 CC V10
2011 Chevy 4/6 drop on 22's with bags.
Just cleared the lights.
Those clear lights look nice. What brand are they?
Here's my new "Iowa farm truck"
Gonna be awhile before I get some REAL shoes/rims on it, but no dirt trips planned for rest of this year. Here it is last weekend on virgin Parker trip, bounced all over road to desert bar, bigger shoes and ICON shocks will fix that lol. DVD and tint added for now. Yes the nerf bars will leave with the blue hair rims It's a undercover snow bird vehicle....
I did them myself. They are the stock ones.
Inquiring minds would like to know....
Clear aftermarket lights are not available for sale.
Search Youtube.com. They're several "how to" videos available. It's not an easy job. Took me half a day. Basically you put them in the oven at 200 degrees for 8-10 mins, pull it out and start prying the light apart. A Dremel too makes the job easier. The amber lenses are just held in with plastic tabs and are easily removable. Once you pull them out, glue the lights back together with a clear silicone. You can get 4 chrome signal bulbs from Ebay for about $20.
just a lil ol navigator...
You have to cut the glass off of them with a dremel and a cut off wheel. There is 2 sections that have to be cut with a knife that has been heated up with a torch. Then you silicone them back together. I can help you do them if you would like. PM me. I live in San Clemente.
Everything I read online said not to put the 07+ NNBS head lights in the oven the lens would warp. I cut mine off with the dremel and used black silicone. You can even tell I was into them.
Now that's bad ass!!!!! Way to go! Keep it up ford!!!
Here my tow vehicle launching my boat.
I also use it to pull my 5th wheel
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MY 2006 F-150. Its a work horse. it manages to get the travel trailer to the river and back every year and get the spectra to river at least every 3 weekends and it has managed to pull the shockwave magnitude every now and then
Now that's the shit
As it looks Today...
Put a new grill on the ride.
2009 Ford F150 XLT 6.5' Bed
1983 Marlin 27' Day Cruiser
Took it to work, 7 parking spaces
1977 Hallett 18' Mini Cruiser
nice karl!!! which one is kept in temple bar??
Thanks... The Marlin is at TB year round. Just picked up the Hallett on Sat, towing it up this weekend, not sure if I'll leave it or bring it back home.
Hey Carl!!! So will you still be up there for the forth of July? If do I still wanna meet up. We r going to to needles this time. Leaving Friday afternoon. Hopefully before the bs traffic on the 91!
I'll be there and we'll definitely meet up! Leaving around 9am on 7/3 and hoping to get a little late afternoon water time in.
Crossing my finders that traffic isnt a complete cluster by the time I hit the road on Friday.
what time you hittin the road on fri??
1230 - 1, you?
Here's my rig - 1989 Eliminator with a 2001 Excursion. We're going old school!
here is both the sportchassis and the peterbilt