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Old 02-11-2011, 04:46 PM
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Old 02-11-2011, 11:50 PM
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Love this truck, even have the West Coast mirrors like my truck!!

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heres a 70' f100
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Old 02-11-2011, 11:55 PM
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Nice color, would mine have it for myself to enjoy!

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I'm guessing your talking about this one. Someone just did some body work on the hood to make it look like that. It's one of those subtle changes that you don't notice right away. Looks cool.

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Sweet ride! Now I know what mine could look like when its finished. Very Nice!!!
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Well, it ain't "lowered" and maybe it ain't "sick", but thought I'd post anyway.

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Old 02-22-2011, 05:44 PM
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Here's my bagged 69. It still has beams in the front in the future i may go to an A arm setup.

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Welcome to FTE patina! The truck looks awesome! Any pics of the bag set up on the front?
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Welcome to FTE patina! The truck looks awesome! Any pics of the bag set up on the front?
Thanks I dont currently have any good pictures but i'll take some and post them up.
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Here's my bagged 69. It still has beams in the front in the future i may go to an A arm setup.

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did you have to cut the bed floor to have air bags?
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Great trucks guys!!! Lots of fleets any body out there got any flaresides?
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Lucky Strike look at the first pic at how high the bed floor is raised. You don't have to raise the whole floor like that, most people just cut out in the area across the bed floor where the step notches are that allow the frame to sit down over the axle.
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gotcha, ive never seen that done before, i like the look of that.
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