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welding rigs

Any die hard ford guys out there, know when you need your truck for work you only have the best truck right? of course so why not a Ford truck. Let me know what you think, send some pics, I'll start it off
also go with the deisel, screw them triton motors they belong in the river
my welder I work with has a 08 f350 quad cab 6.4 deisel longbed srw flatbed

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