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Discussion in 'Complete Vehicles' started by Blazr77400, Aug 2, 2006.
I've always loved your truck, good luck with your sale.
Thanks, I am Trying to buy a house and this money would sure help.
Did I mention it has portal axles.
What happened to the 42's?
They were getting wore out. I had 1 brand new one, two that were 50%, and one that was 25%. So I traded my brother straight across for these almost new tires. I mainly wanted to see what the wheels looked like. I liked them so much they havent come off since. They aren't as rock crawler looking, but they do run truer on the street.
good luck with this.. those mogs are badarse... ttt for ya...
sry this is total off the wall question but i love the paint job and i want to paint my truck the same color, what color of primer did you use?
The primer was the standard light gray. The sealer was black. The rough stuff was just chip guard then the Indigo Blue base coat and clear coat was put over the whole thing. This way the rough paint is still shiny in the sun light.
Any steering response issues on the street with the full hydro?
What type of street use do you give it? 10 miles a week or 100 mile a week or what?
After shortening the bed is it set up to take the tail gate again or just the tool box?
Man this thing is killer.
The only thing with full hydraulic is there is always a little bleed through when you are not steering. So like over a 2 mile distance the steering wheel will rotate about a 1/2 a turn. Its something you get use too.
I usually drive to work thats 15 minutes away. Then when I go to my wheeling spots its usually an hour away. So it usually gets between 50 and 100 miles a week.
The tail gate will still fit. The main reason I got rid of it was it is easier to see without it, but I went to propane and ended up moving the toolbox to the back of the truck and put the tank where the toolbox was. You would just have to move the license plate for it to fit.
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