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Powdercoated wheels look great....for a while. Doesn't hold up well to UV or road salt.
06-16-2010, 08:44 PM
This truck's main use is hauling my Jeep to off-road parks. Though the matress will be out of it when I'm not hauling so there is still some useability.
Plenty, I'm planning on getting some...
06-16-2010, 07:59 PM
2 4x8 sheets of 5/8" OSB plywood $28
4 2x4 studs $8
3 2x4 fence post bracket hangers $2
6'x7' roll rubber backed carpet $20
Mattress came from a RV I sold a while back.
06-16-2010, 12:54 PM
Well, decided to go for it and build the platform today......
Thanks guys! :great:
No doubt, I love my truck but the 88-93 grill really makes it look old. I take it I need to replace the lights at the same time? Mine are yellow anyway.
That is phenominal, thanks!
Sticky: I like red. ...
I like red.
Is it possible to swap in a 94-98 grill/lights onto my 92 Silverado? What would be involved? Do the fenders line up? I'm good with a cutting wheel and I'm not afraid to use it, lol.
Cool, thanks for the info.
So the new clusters have bulbs soldered in?
I did LED's in the dash of my Jeep, they do not dim. They are red and easy on the eyes so it isn't an issue.
Plan on doing the Chevy soon.
Got them here..... http://www.superbrightleds.com/
Here's a pic of my buddy's tow rig, antennas mounted on tool box. Remember that aluminum doesn't ground so you have to ground the antenna(s) to the bed.
I need to find a different spot due to the...
I'm JJ, and I hail from Milwaukee, WI. Just picked up a 92 Silverado to replace my old Dodge that was retired last year. Using it mainly to haul the trail rig around to the parks. Look forward to...
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