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As I sit here finally having a beer with her in the garage all the "problems" and "over budget spends" over the past two years seem worth it. She looks so good in my garage....Loving the eye candy almost as much as driving her!
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Your truck looks great... I like the rear bumper with the receiver hitch and license plate holder. I want to do the same type of thing, but not threw the bumper, but under it. but use the receiver as my license plate mount. I see a wire for you plate lights, did you wired your truck for a trailer or just the plate lights?
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Wow that is beautiful. I would have slept in the garage the first night it was home.
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Your truck looks great... I like the rear bumper with the receiver hitch and license plate holder. I want to do the same type of thing, but not threw the bumper, but under it. but use the receiver as my license plate mount. I see a wire for you plate lights, did you wired your truck for a trailer or just the plate lights?
Thanks....Currently she is just wired for just the license plate lights. The wires for the trailer hitch are there but I haven't added the trailer brake recepticle yet.
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Thanks, I thought about it but the wife wasn't having it.
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