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Brentd

Washed the VMax, its been a long time coming

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Finally got off my lazy butt yesterday and washed the truck. And more importantly polished the wheels. The truck originally came with this style wheel and I traded them off for some 24s, as fate would have it, I ended up trading the 24s for another set of the GM split six spokes. I really like these wheels and boy do they shine up. I put them on about two months ago and finally got around to shining them up and putting the vanity lugs on them lol.

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Was gonna ask how you got it on its lid lol. Truck looks good man.

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Looks like i took the picture hanging from the garage door like a bat lol...thanks man...she still cleans up ok.

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Haha are you batman? Lol truck looks great. Did you get the exhaust all sealed up?

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Luckily I'm on my laptop, I turned it upside down to see that 2nd pic hahaha. Looks good.

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You can fab exhaust but cant post pictures on a web forum

 

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You can fab exhaust but cant post pictures on a web forum

 

:jester:

Hey, should have seen how long it took me to figure out how to post pictures to begin with lol

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Haha are you batman? Lol truck looks great. Did you get the exhaust all sealed up?

Pretty much, broke a socket tightening the band clamps lol. I still might pull the clamps and spray them, i cant hear any leaks but i can feel little puffs of air from two of them so...

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Yeah those band clamps can be a pain sometimes. Hopefully you get it all sorted out. I had mine all welded up except my cutouts.

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