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To VEW. Thanks today for the fender. Nice meeting ya. Ill post pics when it hung. Probly tomorrow? Wanted to let cha know about the difference in the step from and 8 foot bed to a 9 foot bed. Obviously there is length added in front of the fender also. I really didn't need the step anyhow. Fender is also somewhat the same color also as the rest of this monster. Couldn't of planned it any better. 400 miles = tank of gas 2 hours of conversation, knowledge, sight seeing = time well spent 1 new friend = priceless
Hopefully we cross paths again. Cant thank you enough...
Was great meeting you as well, Glenn, and thanks for all of your time and valuable advise. It was just the thing I needed to proceed on my bed. But I won't be doing it tomorrow . I guess that makes sense on the length of the step, given your bed is 1' longer. Look forward to seeing your progress. Thanks again.
41 3/4 Ton Pick Up (in process) 55 Grumman Kurbside (Doughboy) 235/3 on tree w/ OD 57 3100 58 C4400 Viking (Thor) 59 C4500 Short Bus (Magic Bus) 59 G3800 1 Ton Dually (Chief)
Well moving right along... Pass fender that I got from Vic in Va yesterday is permanently attached and in better shape than the other which I considered my good one. ha. I also had the time today to mount my newly acquired tail lights. Havent wired em yet but soon. About the only thing I need is a rear bumper that's fits this build. But that wont keep it from the road. I guess insurance and registration will help too.