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Smooth looking and those new rims really jump out. Are they cast?
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I would put the black gas cover back on.  Like the rims.

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Inbox cleaned out and I definately agree about the gas cap I hate the one that is on it now. it came on it. i have a factory one i bought for it being painted to match.. Thanks guys..
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Smooth looking and those new rims really jump out. Are they cast?
They are these http://kmcwheels.com/html_pages/trucksuv.html. I believe they are cast but I am not 100% on that.
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Do you have a better picture of the rims, that big blue sign is a little distracting. Bucky

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Originally posted by SD Dog SD Dog wrote:

Do you have a better picture of the rims, that big blue sign is a little distracting. Bucky
What Sign are you talking about I see nothing...Loco
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You left a trail a blind man could follow.  Laugh
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I'm playing catchup on your truck project.  Did you do the work yourself?  Either way, pretty sharp looking.Excellent
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Does it have auto-adjustable air shocks???
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Looks nice!  (despite the va. state police colors)
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Originally posted by scooter65 scooter65 wrote:

I'm playing catchup on your truck project.  Did you do the work yourself?  Either way, pretty sharp looking.Excellent
No I bought this one I used to have a Crew Cab Silverado that I sold to buy this one. this truck currently has 20,000 miles on it.
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

Does it have auto-adjustable air shocks???
Ran off toggle or rocker switches just hit up to go up and down to go down and it has gauges to monitors the PSI in each corner so you can put it wherevere you want it.
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Scooter I did this one myself this is my baby.
 I drive the Colorado at 100 PSI in the front and 40 PSi in the back.
I drive the S10 at 70 PSI in the Front and 30PSI in the rear. In the pick above its at about 40 PSI in the front and 15PSI in the rear.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Scooter I did this one myself this is my baby.
 I drive the Colorado at 100 PSI in the front and 40 PSi in the back.
I drive the S10 at 70 PSI in the Front and 30PSI in the rear. In the pick above its at about 40 PSI in the front and 15PSI in the rear.
 
You could be making some serious k'ching in S. Cal with those skills.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

Does it have auto-adjustable air shocks???
Ran off toggle or rocker switches just hit up to go up and down to go down and it has gauges to monitors the PSI in each corner so you can put it wherevere you want it.
Very nice...
Looks like fun...
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Im actually in a truck club that is worldwide called AFTERMATH and we have a pretty big California chapter.
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Originally posted by Chris Farris II Chris Farris II wrote:

Im actually in a truck club that is worldwide called AFTERMATH and we have a pretty big California chapter.
 
Do they have a website?  Send me a link if they do, I love looking at that stuff.
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http://www.itdontstop.com/chapters.html

There is the link to our Chapters with all the trucks listed. the web url AFtermath was already taken so we cam up with itdontstop.com as in you can never finish customizing a vehicle there is always something else you can do.
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The blue and silver nissan hardboy under Austalia is awesome they don't make them in crew cabs in the states... That is a rare truck..

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Nice Rides CF2. Not my thing they would get stuck in the pot holes around here.
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Definately like the new rims better, makes the whole truck look different.
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Originally posted by lucytuma lucytuma wrote:

Definately like the new rims better, makes the whole truck look different.
Thank ya sir!!
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