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You really need to change the format of that album.

Scrolling back and forth to view/change pictures gets old fast.

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Done!

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You really need to change the format of that album.

Scrolling back and forth to view/change pictures gets old fast.

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Done!

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NM, I think it is a netscape thing. Works good in IE.

(I use NS at work as some sites I visit under IE).

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Looks good Ronn, you always do quality work!

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Well thanks dude!

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Looks really good, I like how you are not using a drop front hanger to keep it low. I am thinking of going this way when I do mine. Do you know how tall it will be at the front bumper when all said and done?

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Looks good. Almost exactly like mine minus the ford shock towers. Keep up the good work and keep the pictures rolling.

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Looks nice, but you should plate that frame farther back.

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Dude.. what the hell are you talking about. Its plated all the way down the frame rail from the front to the back. Inside and outside the frame. Do you have any idea what you are talking about? Or you just like to talk shit?

Look at this rig that Bentup built.
http://www.norcalttora.com/~andy/ael...s/photo14.html
They only place I see plating is at the steering box. And they build some stout trucks. I plated as much as I did just to be sure. Why dont you crawl back in your hole and STFU!

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I guess thats why it says "don't fuck with the bear"
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It pisses me off when people talk shit about stuff they have no clue about. I can bet that I have more plating on that truck than 80 or 90% of the trucks on here. I took peoples previous advice and plated the shit out of it. Plus... out of the 9 other SAC's that I have done... and reading about issues that people have had on this board..I learned what needed to be plated and I did just that. I also plated areas that never had a problem previously just to be sure. Then some moron with 62 posts wants to talk shit about how much plating I did.

Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'm with you on this one. I (we) plated both inner and outer frame rails and then put the steering box plates over top of that from the front all the way to the rear of the frame rails where the first body mount is just in front of the doors. I don't think I'll have a problem with that. I am a firm believer you can't over build it. Looks good. keep up the good work.

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You guys are hilarious! Who pissed in your cheerios? I wasn't saying anything negative about your truck, it looks like you did a great job on it. I am quite aware of all the work that goes into a Tacoma solid axle swap. Anyway congrats on the build-up!

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"It pisses me off when people talk shit about stuff they have no clue about."

Oh really?????? Maybe now you know how I feel, dipshit. Payback is a bitch, ain't it? LOL

WTF? You woke me up to show off yet another leaf spring setup? Try to be a little more original next time, will ya.

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Is this your payback... or just a precurser? LOL

Lots of love for you dick! hehe

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"It pisses me off when people talk shit about stuff they have no clue about."

Oh really?????? Maybe now you know how I feel, dipshit. Payback is a bitch, ain't it? LOL

WTF? You woke me up to show off yet another leaf spring setup? Try to be a little more original next time, will ya.

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"It pisses me off when people talk shit about stuff they have no clue about."

Oh really?????? Maybe now you know how I feel, dipshit. Payback is a bitch, ain't it? LOL

WTF? You woke me up to show off yet another leaf spring setup? Try to be a little more original next time, will ya.

As soon as I get out of the Army and start my 6 figure a year job I'll change over to coilover's and link's front and rear...until then you'll have to look at my shitty leaf sprung truck Dick. Sorry to wake the beast.

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