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Old 03-18-2018, 08:21 PM   #1
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Default Back on the road!

And feeling good.

I took the grandpa bars off today, and a shitload of rust came out of them.

They served their purpose when my daughter was young, free for the asking. (They will need sandblasting/paint etc).

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Nice man! Digging the wheels. I may run the same ones.

Grandpa bars? Steps? Wrong enough to be rock sliders?
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I like those wheels, they look good on your truck
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Old 03-19-2018, 01:05 AM   #4
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Thanks all - THe wheels are my street wheels but I kept my old wheels for use with the 32" tires and offroading

yeah steps - I put them on using my daughter as an excuse when she was like 5 or 6, turns out she almost bashed her face in so I got them from the dealer ASAP after that and he gave them to me at cost ($200) - I may try to sandlbast the inside - they did not come with front covers so water splashed into them....

These are the steps, they need full sandblast and paint so if youi have small kids come get them. PNW area - otherwise I'll blast them later and repaint.

These are also the 32's - sitting in the shed right now but last week when I blew the gasket they got me out of some SERIOUS mud - axle deep

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No kids here. Id use them as rock sliders and to help keep rocks off the rockers. They dont exactly look sturdy enough for that. If you really gotta get rid of them let me know next time you are in the PTown area and I can run that way otherwise dont worry about it.
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They're not sturdy enough for that, they'd collapse
I'll take them out ot base and sandblast the inside, if the rust is not too bad I may save them.
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Old 04-06-2018, 05:24 AM   #7
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That looks impressive though.
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