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Todd and downzie are now friends
Oct 18, 2009
Brad Moroz left a comment for Todd
"Nice truck"
Oct 11, 2009
Todd is now friends with paul hubbs and Andréa Pontello
Aug 30, 2009
Todd and Brandon Black are now friends
Jul 15, 2009
Todd replied to capps's discussion Jeep Window Scratch Removal in the group TRUCKS!
"also plastic and glass would be different. a light sanding with 1500 or 2000 grit paper will probably be needed on glass"
Jun 21, 2009
Todd is now friends with Chris Doerner (Blue Oval Maniac), richard strawcutter and Gregg
May 31, 2009
greg brannon left a comment for Todd
"hi my is greg it think you did a great job on that truck going form juck to sweet!!!! iam ford person myself i have 2004 F150"
Jan 27, 2009

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At 12:40am on October 11, 2009, Brad Moroz said…
Nice truck
At 9:46pm on January 27, 2009, greg brannon said…
hi my is greg it think you did a great job on that truck going form juck to sweet!!!! iam ford person myself i have 2004 F150
At 7:13pm on December 22, 2008, SouthernBlues said…
Nice looking truck
At 10:43pm on December 6, 2008, Todd said…
body lifts don't look bad with gap guards. have you looked in to susp. lifts for a 2wd. not sure if they make them for that year. i have always had 4wd so i don't know what kind of support you will find
At 1:11pm on December 6, 2008, Steve said…
Thanks. I am just trying to find out the way that will look the best on my truck, and I don't know what one to go with the lift. For as you can see it looks good, but needs body work too. I just want to do the lift first then work on the body. That way if I dent it I will not care, or even scratch it. I have been really thinking of doing the body lift, but I have not seen a truck like mine and the same year with a body lift. That is why I am trying to find out the best way to do it.

Thanks again

At 11:19pm on December 4, 2008, Steve said…
Hey. I am thinking of raising my truck, but I don't know if I want to do a body lift or a suspension. I only want to raise it 3". For my truck is a 2WD. What way would you say is the best way to go?

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