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Old 03-22-2012, 10:42 PM
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going to leave the inside of the rim black andtry to mount the factory center caps off my old wheels on these rims and the outer lip the faux "beadlock" lip im going to paint it a silver (i have a chrome paint but i dunno how well its gunna work.) and paint the bolts black.

unless someone else had an idea for center caps.....
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New to me rims/tires installed



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Good job, looks real nice
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Great Job, love the way they look!
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Thanks guys! I'm really liking the way it's sitting now.
Think I'm going to do a 3" body lift and that's her. (other then bodywork)
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just wondering were u got ur lift blocks and spacers? Also do you have stock coils?
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Love the rim rehab!They look sweet Midnite, good job and sweet score on the rubber.
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just wondering were u got ur lift blocks and spacers? Also do you have stock coils?
I got the spacer on eBay. And the lift blocks I got from a place here in town. They are 2.5" procomp lift blocks
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Thanks for the info rims look great
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finally got my allignment done...... $400 later...... it runs in a straight line and my tires are |--| like they should be instead of the \--/
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Ouch that's a lot... Think mine was only like $260. Then again, I am in the U.S., lol.
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thats the issue lifting the TTB's though.
i know i had to pay a few bucks last time too but its right on the money.
with the price of tires and fuel,it pays to make sure they're pointed in the right direction(s.)
she's really coming along nicely midnight.you've been right at it.
your neighbors are probably starting to talk.mine are saying iv got the best maintained truck in town cus they always see me working on it lol.
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Old 03-28-2012, 11:25 PM
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i dont have any neighbors lol. the gf/s dad lives 1/2km up the road and anyone else is over 2km away

plans for the next few months include (but not limited to)

-3" bodylift.
-3G alternator swap
-Electric fans

- possibly a pillar gauge pod with fuel pressure, volt, vacuum, and temp gauges. (still undecided on this tho)
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Nice work Midnite. You've done a great job with your truck.
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She's all pointed the right direction now


Just found a 3"bodylift on kijiji about a 15min drive away new in the box for $150. It's a performance accessory kit. I think I'll grab it the next day or two. Then finding time to install it is another thing.

I still have new valve body/acumulator springs to go in my tranny to pull the b&m shift kit out (been shifting HARD in 1-2 since i put it in) going go eliminate the kit as a possible issue before I even think about it being something else as there's no codes
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