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Old 06-01-2014, 12:08 PM   #1
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Old 06-02-2014, 12:53 AM   #2
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It arrived an hour ago, looks great.
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But will it be on the teeter board this week?
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Thanks for posting the pic Tom. Looks like my tires and wheels found the perfect new home. Dylan's truck looks great and the color of the beadlock ring seems to be a close match. I would have liked to have lengthened my recent visit to Iowa and gone to the rally to see it in person but I really had to get back to Carolina.

It was good to be up home for a while and it was good to see Gordon. I miss all you guys. Have fun at the rally.
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:26 AM   #5
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But will it be on the teeter board this week?
I'm predicting that Dylan will beat my teeter board records :)
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Is Dylan going to mount the spare tire in standard location? If so, the easy solution for me was to weld a 10" piece of all-thread to the stock bracket. No other modifications are needed.
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Old 06-03-2014, 08:59 AM   #7
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We started to, but were pressed for time, and Doug figured he would need to find all thread or was actually going to weld a long bolt to the original bolt so he could still use the key lock.
Also I'm not sure if he totally liked it there.
So it ended up in the bed! For now.

Looks like he's having fun Too!
I will be leaving Thursday.
At least I'm glad you got to see Gordon while you were there.
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"77" Chev. K-30 400T,205,4.56 "No-Spin"
"84" Chev, K-30 Cummins 6-BTA 400,205,3.73Locker
"86" Chev, M1028A2 (K30) 6.2,400.205,4.56 Locker
"99" Dodge Durango "Limited Slip"
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