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Old 08-07-2011, 09:22 AM
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Well jaime...The tint will help keep the interior cooler....And the A/C will make more of a difference....

Also will help keep prying eyes outta the truck....You saw how mice an private mine in...
Well I'm considering the tint also
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Old 08-07-2011, 12:43 PM
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lookin good how is the interior lightes working out ?? and tint will be nice for all thoughts metioned. get us a pic of the frame from the side a bit away from the truck
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lookin good how is the interior lightes working out ?? and tint will be nice for all thoughts metioned. get us a pic of the frame from the side a bit away from the truck

I like...errrr....love the interior light, just need to find festoon LED bulbs that are a bit longer then whats in it now but what i have do fit just fine yes it looks factory in my truck, well ok maybe thats because it is a factory light LOL!!!

as for the side shot of the frame how far away and at a 90* angle from the side or at an angle (front/rear) showing the length of the frame painted?
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That truck is wayy to nice to paint the frame green!!!!!
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^^^^^ Yeah we still want to see the pic from the side ....
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Where you get that third brakelight and how you get them amber
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Nice truck Jamie. Hard to find them that clean these days!
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Old 08-22-2011, 12:51 PM
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Where you get that third brakelight and how you get them amber
the first third break light was the stock one with your Amber 194 LEDs in the socket (i should still have it so Ill post up a pic of that later) and the 194s I got at Autozone for about $5 - $7ish. also right now the tail light is red LEDs for the break light and clear behind red lense cargo lights (kinda hate that but if i known i woulda gone with different set up...

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Nice truck Jamie. Hard to find them that clean these days!
thanks, I try to keep it as clan as possible, she does have a few scratches and minor dings here and there but that is because shes a work truck all her life and I got her that way, but im not bothered by that as I love the truck and I use it as it was designed to be used, to move things lol!! hopefully Ill be avle to add a stang to the stables, but sadly I dont have a spare $3,800 to ****** a good looking 80's stang (i think its 80's) I just know its a 302, 5spd V8 with drop top! and I would love to have one like that...the fun toys hehe!!
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Trucks looking good man.
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thanks! im considering moving the spare to the back of the truck incase I need it as Im not very stong and i know it will be a b*tch to gat it out and all that and I just want to make it simpler and easy on me, so another project will be on its way soon i hope
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thanks! im considering moving the spare to the back of the truck incase I need it as Im not very stong and i know it will be a b*tch to gat it out and all that and I just want to make it simpler and easy on me, so another project will be on its way soon i hope
Sounds good Jaime. while your at it check to see if you can get out the jack and check if you can pull out your lug wrench thing because i went to remove it once and it rusted and got frozen around the thing that holds it. It wouldnt be any fun getting a flat having a jack and a spare and no wrench. PS. i pulled out the jack in my truck jacked it all the way up it didnt come anywere close to the axle and its stock height.
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Thats a nice truck, I like the color too. I have a question though. Why paint the frame JD green? It doesn't go with anything else on the truck.
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Sounds good Jaime. while your at it check to see if you can get out the jack and check if you can pull out your lug wrench thing because i went to remove it once and it rusted and got frozen around the thing that holds it. It wouldnt be any fun getting a flat having a jack and a spare and no wrench. PS. i pulled out the jack in my truck jacked it all the way up it didnt come anywere close to the axle and its stock height.
I know where the spare tire is but what jack you talking about? where is it located? my spare looks to be full size but i know for me its going to be a paint in the back to get it down and all that....


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Thats a nice truck, I like the color too. I have a question though. Why paint the frame JD green? It doesn't go with anything else on the truck.
simple, I wanted to and also that was what I had on hand, plus it was either the green or ugly yellow and I really already had the rust reformer and primer and I didnt want a primer frame and I was bored of the classic blah black frame
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The jack is literally stored in the passenger side fender...Behind the battery, and in front of the heater core....

There's a wingnut bolt that holds it all together, and can be a BEATCH to get out.....
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