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    Had to update my toy hauler, had 1800 lbs on the bumper pull hitch. I made a goose neck and put triple axels under it. Now it can haul my hotrod safely. cost ran about $2500 and all my and a friends labor. If fuel prices were lower I might get to use it LOL !
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    That's a serious trailer! Looks good.

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    It's DONE , well until I find something to update fix or change. Still don't have insurance and plates so no road test, but soon.









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    Looks awesome! You mean to tell us that you haven't snuck out to go just "around the block"??? LOL
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    I would be proud to have your truck sitting in my driveway. Nicely done!!
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    Looks amazing! You've done a great job on it, and it's been a treat to follow along. Thanks for keeping us in the loop with such great details!
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    That's just beautiful! You should be proud of your hard work.
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    Looks Fantastic nicely done. Almost celebration time !
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    A Big THANKS to all that followed and gave feedback along the journey.
    Already starting to do repairs, power steering has a small leak and my A/C also had a leak. A/C line needed tightening and P/S is yet to be fixed,
    on my list of things to do today. Have a great weekend everybody !
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    That looks great! I can't imagine anyone not wanting that truck.

    Your better than I am, no way I could resist a quick spin!
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    Congrats, It looks awesome. I've been following the project. Ya done good.
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    Looks Great!!!!


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    Great looking pick up, very well done! Really enjoyed watching the progress on it!
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    A/C leak is proving to be a pain. Looks like I have to discharge the system and replace orings . It was easy when there were no fenders LOL. Thanks again for all the support during this build.
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    A/C update, appears to be a bad crimp on a 90 degree hose fitting, on the high side. New hose, less than a 1/2 hour run time on the A/C . Never thought it would leak, held vacuum -30 for over 18 hours prior to Freon fill. I guess things happen and its better now then on the road.

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