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Old 01-11-2008, 10:34 AM
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What's the specs on your building Rex?
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greyghost3641 I live in Princeton NJ, my cousins live about 20 min from phily. They live by the Oxford Valley Mall.

78bigunns my fender flares are just hurcliner, I had to do some rust repair and the truck isnt worth getting painted so I traced out the stock flare part and taped it and then used the roller and made em lol.
Here are some more of the "fender flares" this 1 I had to redo, came out worse, and some lady hit me on the fender and killed it so I have to get a new one now.
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This 1 was when I had Outlaw II's on and my plow stuff was still on.
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This is my only pic with my truck bone stock, I was test fitting a 35 on the truck.
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Old 01-11-2008, 11:01 AM
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Here's mine. I'm still working on it, I have new wheels for it, and gonna be putting extend-a-fenders on it before too long. Getting rid of the cap, too, and my brother is giving me a toolbox. It's not the prettiest thing, it's a few different shades of blue unfortunately (previous owner had the rusted out wheel arches repaired and the body shop didn't do a very good job matching the paint color)

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Old 01-11-2008, 11:17 AM
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What's the specs on your building Rex?
32' x 42' x 14' eaves, 5" pad, insulated, 220v single-phase. (Donna knows where to find me :~)
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Old 01-11-2008, 12:04 PM
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78bigunns my fender flares are just hurcliner, I had to do some rust repair and the truck isnt worth getting painted so I traced out the stock flare part and taped it and then used the roller and made em lol.
Here are some more of the "fender flares" this 1 I had to redo, came out worse, and some lady hit me on the fender and killed it so I have to get a new one now.
Well, I think it looks good.

My rig was a landscape truck for a year in between owners, so the top of my rails are scuffed bad.

Gonna have a buddy re-shoot the paint maybe, but I'm looking at herculining the steel bedliner I have, the top rails, and now after seeing your pics, the flare spots too.

I think it looks damn good myself. Better than actual flares that stick out.

Need some rims too, I like yours, I have the stock steelies on now.


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32' x 42' x 14' eaves, 5" pad, insulated, 220v single-phase. (Donna knows where to find me :~)
Damn nice. I'd love to have that space. I'm looking at putting in a pole barn, but my budget is looking like I'll have to build in phases.

I'm hoping I can sink the poles, and get the trusses up and metal roof on this spring.

Maybe concrete floor next year, enclose after that I suppose.

Keep posting pics guys.
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Old 01-11-2008, 01:33 PM
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Well, I think it looks good.

My rig was a landscape truck for a year in between owners, so the top of my rails are scuffed bad.

Gonna have a buddy re-shoot the paint maybe, but I'm looking at herculining the steel bedliner I have, the top rails, and now after seeing your pics, the flare spots too.

I think it looks damn good myself. Better than actual flares that stick out.

Need some rims too, I like yours, I have the stock steelies on now.
Yea mine was a landscapers truck since day 1. I have to do the bed and the rails. I am also going to use that hurcliner to go along the bottom on the truck and where you get in and out as there is no paint there. There was never steps on my truck till I got them. If you have seen DJDemons posts I have posted wheels on ebay like mine just by Aamerican Eagle instead of American Racing. All 4 for like 380 or so in 16x10.
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Here's my '96 F250 with my camper sitting in the back.
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95F350XL-is princeton near atco raceway? we go to acto alot sometimes in her truck or in my red camaro. where do your cousins live?
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i also took it to chatsworth many times with my dirtbike in it. so maybe then ya saw it? its a custom paint job so its not like its a common look.
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Atco is further south then I am. Im closer to englishtown raceway park. Ive been to atco once. So maybe you were there when I was.
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I don't have any great pictures of it yet (bought it in October, finished fixing/putting it together in November), but this is my 95 F150:

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