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    You need a bigger steering wheel...

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    LOL - I don't know if I ever noticed the Bud tap handle for a shifter before. Looks like a prefect addition for the bar

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - I don't know if I ever noticed the Bud tap handle for a shifter before. Looks like a prefect addition for the bar
    The Toyota motor makes sense with the build now.
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    Well since the Gladiator isnít here yet. More work.

    Iím glad the guy that worked on this went to prison. Itís to bad I couldnít get time added for use of bondo.

    Iím stripping it down to have it sand blasted, to see how fucked up it really is. The tail lights are from a Gama Goat. Same harness as the factory black outs.
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    LOL!! I don't have any problem with the use of bondo for smoothing things out but that is kind of ridiculous

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL!! I don't have any problem with the use of bondo for smoothing things out but that is kind of ridiculous
    Maybe River Raider worked on it ?
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    Thatís interesting, about the tail lights.


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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    Thatís interesting, about the tail lights.


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    Glad they had serial numbers on them. I had know idea. I guess itís a common swap for safety.

    Iíll be keeping the black outs. Itís no ones business where Iím going or when Iím stopping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piginajeep View Post
    Maybe River Raider worked on it ?

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