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Old 07-12-2013, 08:02 PM
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Old 07-13-2013, 01:09 PM
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Nice. You don't see too many pix of trucks doing work. Usually just carrying toys. Should be more pix like these.
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OH, OHH, OOHH!!! I like that Mustang!!!!!!!!!!
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Your truck looks great. After looking at your truck I am going to have to find some time to wax my truck. With the added height of the rails on the side it is a good thing you got the retractable box steps. I have the same steps on my truck and on the ocasions when I do use use the steps they tend to stick and are difficult to use. Do you have any problems?
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Your truck looks great. After looking at your truck I am going to have to find some time to wax my truck. With the added height of the rails on the side it is a good thing you got the retractable box steps. I have the same steps on my truck and on the ocasions when I do use use the steps they tend to stick and are difficult to use. Do you have any problems?
Now with the added rails my side steps are pretty much useless I haven't had any trouble with mine sticking though!
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