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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2002, 12:55 AM
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Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Lesse, here's some pics. I'll just throw some captions on em. [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]


Here's me, aren't I a hot one? Are you tempted Jason, are you? [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]





And RJ said roll over and it rolled over, smoking the cab and smacking RJ in the head. Actually, it fell off the bottle jack. I was pissed, but I took it in stride





See, I smoked it pretty good, but I plan on smoking the whole thing over granite and sandstone so, whatever [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]





And that's that I suppose. First comes the front and rear supports and the main hoop on the exo cage, then the runner bars and corssmembers, then ill screw with the gas tank. Then I'll eat a cheese sandwhich. After that I'll finish the rails outfit the deack and finish the exo cage and roof rack. Then I'll take a nap.





Here's another all over shot. The tail lights cost $16 and the liscence plate is help on with electrical tape and zip ties.






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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Hey now, I like it now that you are rollin in the dough, your getting work done[img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. Diet must be going well, you lost at least 5 pounds from your head[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img].

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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

you have the side tanks right RJ? how hard is it to get to the front 2 bolts? i was just wondering cuz i gotta take my bed off soon when we paint my truck.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

I know it wasnt that hard to get to my pass. side tank when I dropped that out. Still have to get the selnoid that switch from tank to tank.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Oh yea RJ you want to get rid of that bed? I know a truck that is looking for a new one in better shape.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Yeah I'm selling the bed. If you need some dual tank crap, you can have all of my [censored] when I tear it out. Tanks too.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Hey RJ whats with the piece of steel running down the middle of the truck???

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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

The previous owners idea for a hitch, which sucked, very bad. [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]

Anywho, I'm busting it off and putting 3 new ones in the back.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

when you pull out the silonoid can you just put an in fuel line filter in its place, im gonna tear out the passenger side tank i think, no reason to have 2 tanks especally when the switch doesnt work, and will haveing one tank fill on one side and nothing on the other hurt anything, weight wise i mean.
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Re: Rezzybed Part 001 - Dropping A Bed On Your Head

Some trucks have a tank on one side of the truck, like Toyota. Its just gallons of gas, you could say having a large person sitting on one side would throw the weight off in the same way, or haulng something in the bed to one side, i wouldn't worry about it man.
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