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Old 09-07-2010, 03:09 PM   #31  
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I made a deal to keep the '07 wheels and new Nitto's. 3rd gen wheels look better, right Himark?
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Old 09-07-2010, 06:58 PM   #32  
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Awesome .thats exactly the truck i want black mega.and yes 3rd gen wheels look better.
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Old 09-10-2010, 03:53 PM   #34  
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^ nice truck. Here's mine.









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Old 09-10-2010, 04:30 PM   #35  
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Old 09-13-2010, 09:34 AM   #36  
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I should have snapped a picture of mine with a few of my spare engine in it. I had a 6.7L and two 5.9L 12v in my truck bed. Also had a RH47 and RE47 tucked in the bed. The truck actually sat level, was pretty impressed with how the truck cared the extra weight.

Any body get there truck muddy yet or do any driving in muck. Those pics are priceless. Real life/real truck.
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Old 09-13-2010, 09:16 PM   #37  
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like this?! lol...day 1...seriously!!

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Old 09-13-2010, 09:24 PM   #38  
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Any body get there truck muddy yet or do any driving in muck. Those pics are priceless. Real life/real truck.
I drove Roger to the dealership to pick his up early in the a.m. the day he bought it. We left around noon, drove to my dads place. Loaded up the bumper trailer with portable cattle panels and feed troughs and took it to the field to go round up our cattle and move em back home.

It was less than 4 hours off the lot when it hit the field. Said field was pretty soft too. Got a little mud on it and the exhaust still had that new burnt smell.

Not too bad in my book. I think he may have even snapped a pic or two with his phone.

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Old 09-14-2010, 08:06 AM   #39  
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Thanks Himark, I was starting to think no one used their trucks, and everyone was into chrome stuff.

Blake Clark, cool buddy. Real trucks users. Mines been dirty, nothing on Himark's truck though.

We had a local guy right off the dealer floor went 4X4'ng and got stuck in some deep muck. It took a winch to haul the truck out of the mud.
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Keep the muddy pics coming, luv it
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lol...thanks Mike. that wasnt just gravel road running either! i have a cabin 3 hours into the mountains. 3 creek crossings, 2 wash outs, and it rained for 3 days straight. mud was abound! picked the truck up at 3pm was at the cabin by 8pm the same day. thats only half the mud that was on it. the rain and huge puddles washed most of it off. had it up to the passenger door in the big wash out. the long wheel base actually helped...lol. by the time the front came out the rear was just going in the mud! i have the lift installed now and 35" baja claws are going on in the spring....then look out!
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Old 09-16-2010, 09:29 AM   #41  
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Here is mine towing my OpenRange 399BHS
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Old 09-16-2010, 09:47 AM   #42  
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lol...thanks Mike. that wasnt just gravel road running either! i have a cabin 3 hours into the mountains. 3 creek crossings, 2 wash outs, and it rained for 3 days straight. mud was abound! picked the truck up at 3pm was at the cabin by 8pm the same day. thats only half the mud that was on it. the rain and huge puddles washed most of it off. had it up to the passenger door in the big wash out. the long wheel base actually helped...lol. by the time the front came out the rear was just going in the mud! i have the lift installed now and 35" baja claws are going on in the spring....then look out!
I think that I'm going to have to spring for new rubber for the girl or get my 02 running again. Been trying hard to keep the 10 almost new, already have a few dents/scratchs. I just got a decent sized crack starting on the front window and I broke my rear window already. This truck is so heavy, I did some gravel driving the other day, its been raining for weeks here. Almost got stuck but its not like the 02 isn't much better in the muck.
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Boy, many black/sandstone trucks. Popular color..

Nice trucks guys..
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Here is mine towing my OpenRange 399BHS
How heavy is your camper and how well does that girl pull it?
Gotta get mine setup to pull my 37 footer!!
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