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What did you do with your 4th Gen this week?

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  1. EagleChief

    EagleChief Senior Member

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    Installed the Airlift 1000 bags on Friday morning. Took a little longer than it probably should have, but, I got it done. Ran the airline out through the license plate bolt. If you weren't looking for it, you'd never even notice it. :D

    Put them to the test on Saturday and towed my big Pistol Grill again. The airbags helped tremendously! Hardly any sag on the truck.
     
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    Would you believe I helped a friend pick up a small load of lumber. Shocking isn't it! :jawdrop:
     
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    Was off work today so I decided to go ahead and install the Laramie door trim panels. I like these much better than the Big Horn ones. Before and after pictures. Now I just need to get the dash.

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    That sucks man!! Horrible.
    Why the new engine?
     
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    LOL
    Awesome. I went to school through the Combat Zone as well back in the day. Trade/high school as well here. Wasn't going to college, so I took up a trade.
    What school did you go to?


    Yeah,....I read that it was pretty crazy.
    Stay safe!
     
  6. 22hemi13

    22hemi13 Senior Member Military

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    Well it’s messy. But hitting the mud hole with my sons window down was worth it lolololol. Maybe I like my tradesman plastic doors a little more today haha

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  7. Graygoose

    Graygoose Diplorable Crumb Collector Supporting Member

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    ^^^^ I would die.....LOL
     
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    22hemi13 Senior Member Military

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    I did. I died laughing :anitoof:

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  9. Graygoose

    Graygoose Diplorable Crumb Collector Supporting Member

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    LOL at least none in the mouth...or maybe it did LOL
     
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    22hemi13 Senior Member Military

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    Little bit. And in his ear LMAOOOOOO
     

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