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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-20-2008, 07:33 AM Thread Starter
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my work in progress

here it is so far.

started as a 07 sport edition


now has LSR 6.5 XTR, Bilstein shocks, custom paint, my Bed delete design,
HId's, duners clutch kit, gibson exhaust, all aluminum doors, simpson belts,
K&N open air kit. Doug wheel and paddles. Goblin dash, with Tach volts and water temp gauges, red billet light switch and shift knob.




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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-20-2008, 09:05 AM
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man rog that think is purty, did you ever rattle can that rusted ass ghetto hitch yet?

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looks sweet...colors go great together.
very nice ride...cough-even though you didn't get the magnum l/t-cough...ha jk
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Roger, you got one sweet set of wheels there!
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wow....

that is one of the nicest shift knobs i have seen to date.....
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post #6 of 15 (permalink) Old 06-23-2008, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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man rog that think is purty, did you ever rattle can that rusted ass ghetto hitch yet?
Not yet, but it will be P.C. before fall. LOL


Eric, got the centers from Johnny at UTV Crap.

Taylor, why yes it is. Just need the gas cap and seat latches this fall.
Then i will have the whole set. haha

Thanks all, more to come as summer progresses, I have more, just putting it on a little at a time.

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nice work Rog! That thing is to clean. wish i could do shit like that.
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That picture of your Rhino on the sand looks insane!!!

Did a professional take that shot???

Rhino's looking good Rog, almost too nice to drive.
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That picture of your Rhino on the sand looks insane!!!

Did a professional take that shot???

Rhino's looking good Rog, almost too nice to drive.
Props to Dano for the pic in the sand. IF his camera was working when we were at Ocotillo, I might have some air shots too. LOL


BTW it did get muddy, so I am not afraid to get it dirty.

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