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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-15-2002, 02:08 AM
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Rezzybed Part 005 - A Smoking .45 (Degree Angle)

More Rezzybed Pics. I'll just do captions again. I put the bumper ( 4 x 8 x .250 ) on top of the fram rails with two brackets. When I put the recievers through it and the impact bars on it should be secure then. Anywho....

Oh by the way, I had to make my own L channel by chopping a 2 x 2 x .250 tube diagonal... [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img] That's what you get when you start working at midnight....



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Good golly, I sure hope they don't have max bumper height laws in SD[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]. Looks good though, and are you going to flush mount the tail lights? Or are they already? Kinda hard to tell. Well, off I go to install my alarm...

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For South Dakota, according to the Dec 2000 4-Wheel & Off-Road, the only real rule is that the taillights can't be any higher than 72"...

BTW I don't have it memorized, I just have a copy of the article on my desk here at work so I can make an educated guess about which military base will more 4by friendly for me to go to next...[img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]
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Looks good though, and are you going to flush mount the tail lights? Or are they already? Kinda hard to tell.

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riiiiight, check out the shadow behind both light housings from the shop lights..
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Actually they are flush mounted, that "shadow", is clean paint where I used to have decals on it. God what a downer Oletater!


















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whatever you gotta tell yourself RJ, I hear ya...[img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]
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dual glass packs? that must be louder then my diesel
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My dual glass packs arent reall loud. Probably louder than his because mine end right around the front spring hangers with turn downs.
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