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Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by ippielb, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. ippielb

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    Lil mud on the tires huh? :)

    Nice truck man.
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  4. Z71_guy

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    your mudflaps are still dirty
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    Its a cliche, but you missed a spot.
    Other than that, good job.
    The detailer put a crack head on mine this weekend and it has NEVER looked so good!
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  6. ippielb

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    My mud flaps are dirty because i had to drive 34 km's on gravel road to get back home. And the odd spot was muddy, and i took my time going through so my truck didnt get dirty. lol this thread is turning into a judging on my cleaning job, i just took 5 dollars to the car wash and did a little quick wash, to get all the salt and mud off. This was the first "clean" picture you guys've seen on the forum.
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  7. winsonca

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    good job on your truck
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  8. 04SilverChevy

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    I wasn't judging ya man. I love the mud. Gives er character. Plus it's a truck. :)
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  9. ippielb

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    Update, going to sound beastly now! i just ordered K&N 57 Series cold air intake, and a Airaid Throttlebody Spacer Intake was $300, Intake was $125, then i also got a filter cover, since i drive on gravel roads all the time. So total was $500 for everything shipped to the shop, which is on my way home. And taxes are already included in the $500 price tag. I couldn't resist.
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  10. Pete95Sierra

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    nice dude!! looks nice all shined up
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  11. VOL600RR

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    Was the water on?
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    lmao:rofl:
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    Pardon me for using a truck like it should be :lol: And yes, the water was on, i only used $5 dollars at the car wash, that is CLEAN for my truck. It's usually covered in mud and dust. I live in the country, driving on dirt roads and gravel roads, 30 km's on that, i think i did well to get my truck home like that.
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  14. cascott325

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    ha ha ha, i know what you mean. 2 weeks ago, i washed my truck in the yard, and i didnt realize that the water was pooling up under the truck, so when i left, mud went every where and i was just trying to ease out. gah i was so pissed
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  15. bry2500

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    Ohhhhhhhhh sooooooooo shiny!!!!
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