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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 04:50 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks HM
I have owned Suzuki, Honda & Yamaha & I have to agree you can't kill a honda well you have to try really hard anyway

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post #12 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 08:36 AM
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Got me a 2005 ford f150. Couldn't pass up this deal. Talked the dealer down $2,500 from book price. VERY nice truck with not a scratch on it. An old sheriff owned it last. He was in his late 80's and kept the truck garaged at all times. My wife and I are very pleased with it- but now we're going to take the camper shell off and it's got one of those bed-rugs in it too that we're going to take off. We are going to have the bedliner sprayed in. It's got the 5.4 v8, triton. LOVE IT!

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sorry the pic is fuzzy - but my phone stinks. also- it's rainy and dreary here today so that's why it's 1. dirty, and 2. so dark in the pic!

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post #14 of 22 (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 09:57 AM
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nice looking Tator, what we talked about should be about right. Nice caps new start around 1200 and go up. My Leer cap was around 2000.00 Congrats on your truck purchase.
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Congrats Tator Sorry to hear you settled on a Ford though LOL
Nice looking Truck Good luck with it
since the weather is nice next couple days I hope to finish up thw wheeler & get a pic of it

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Good deal Tator nice truck and i love that big V8.
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I'd hang on to that camper top, they sure are nice to keep the hunting gear in during the season and not have to unload your gear every night.
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Congratulations on all the new toys guys!!!

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I wouldn't have a truck without a cap of some kind on it. never know when you might have to sleep in it. When 4 of us head out on a fishing/hunting trip my truck bed is packed full to the top and we don't have to pack stuff in garbage bags to protect from rain/snow. nice place for dogs to travel in too!
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yeah, but i just don't need one. I thought long about keeping it, but would much rather spend the money I get off it on a spray-in bedliner.

Speaking of that, does anyone have a spray-in bedliner? If so, what brand, and how much did it cost you? I know Rhino is probably top of the line. But there is a business in the town I live in and their spray in liners are called Scorpion. ??? Just curious, any info on them would be great.

Just got the shell off last night and took out the bed rug too. Now it's my style of truck!

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