Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hazard-maine, Jan 25, 2012.
Yeah... she definitely failed...
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Wow. How do you twist your ankle that bad? Is your shed like 3 feet off the ground and or on a floating hinge?
musta been all that frontward/topheavy weight made her off balance
now we need pics lol ;D
I think that just woke up the clintster
here Pete :thumbsup:
Oh god.... lol Those yours Craig?
lmfao... I gave them to you , I am done with em now hahahaha pass them along when your done hahaha
I didn't know you could take boobs off your body and transfer them to people.... lol
To the OP: Order one from summit racing . com. Either the summit racing kit or the Performance Accessories one. Both are basically identical. Make sure you buy the shift extention if your truck is a manual. As far as the install, not sure what you would need a fork lift for. Just use a jack and a chunk of 4x4 wood. Get a few buddies over to help. Hardest part for me was the radiator. Everything else went smooth, relatively speaking. Other than the radiator part, the bushings in the rear of the cab were loose so the bolts were just spinning in the bushings. I welded some brackets to the bottom of the bushings so that it hit the housing around which stopped it from spinning and allowed me to loosing bolts and add new ones. Go step by step following the instructions and you'll be fine.
On a side note:
Holy hell Craig.
lol sorry off topic it went
Yeah, sorry Andrew lol Big titties called for it though... Haha :thumbup:
Fork lift is because im lazy and i have one to use when ever i want
witha fork lift who needs friends , that will pick the bed up and cab
you can do the bed by hand. very easy. and you can use a jack like I did, but whatever works for you.
Go with the PA.. youre in Maine and i assume they use salty nonsense on the roads.. the PA kit has a higher therefore stronger grade steel..
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