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Old 02-13-2012, 02:53 PM
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Paralell parking just got way easier

No I didn't install power steering, but the next best thing. Actually I plan to finish the left side tonight after work, then when I go vist my kids in the city and have to park on the street I won't even have to look back. The main bumper is a piece of H beam 4x6, 3/8" section and the rest is all 1/4"
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looks like you could carry a fireman on each corner of those puppies.
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Noboby gonna be ripping those fenders off any time soon!
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