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    Ric
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    Another new guy

    well not so "new" just new here, lol
    Name is Ric, Im up in Denver, been wheeling for about 6 years, and up till this year, it was wheeling EVERY weekend, not matter what, did care how much snow, rain whatever, I was wheeling, lol
    My old rig is a 1999 Toyota 4Runner with a few mods, lol





    Heres a write one site did:
    http://www.tundraheadquarters.com/bl...oyota-4runner/

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    Ric
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    and now Ive got a 2004 4Runner, that I hope to some day make as capible as the 99



    I want to get the Armorology bumpers front and rear, 33s a fridge etc etc etc lol

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    Enjoys the simple things! liftedgrand's Avatar
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    Nice runner Ric!!! Hope to see you on the trails soon!
    *Tim*

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    "Tonto" 1995 Suzuki Sidekick, 4 door, 5 speed, with full skid plates, custom dents, and huge 27" tires!

    2003 DRZ400S, because if you can't do it with 40 hp it shouldn't be done!

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    Welcome not so new...new guy!! Nice rigs by the way!!

    Mike
    Hey its not my bus i'm just under it!!

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    Welcome! I have a friend in Denver that has a '96, I think, with the TRD
    package. Pretty amazing what he can do with it.

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    Howdy Ric. Welcome to this site. You going to have Armorology prepare this rig as well?

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    Ric - nice rigs and I love the new plates!

    Todd

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    Ric
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    Thankx for the warm welcome... Yes, Id love to have Armorology build the bumpers, we have talked about both, the front will be close to what the 99 had, but the rear, Im "hoping" to have the swingout tire carrier, with a hidden smaller winch, we will see, lol

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    Palermus
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    Hey Ric, where's the mountains?

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    Welcome ric. Nice rig. Hope to see you on the trail.
    Now own - 92 Ford Bronco - 305, 4 Speed auto, Straight axle conversion, Mini spool in the rear, 34" super swampers, front and rear dove tailed, and a winch. (Can't remember the type) Future plans - 35" tires, 4:88 gears, roll bar, soft top, selectable lockers front and rear and have fun.
    Once owned - 78 K5 Blazer - 350, 700R, NP208, 3.73's. 33" duratrack tires and 5" super lift.


    "I understand the Jeep thing, That is why I now drive a Bronco!"

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