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Old 06-02-2005, 04:00 PM   #43
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Its about 12 inches, enough to get my body in there anyway. Never had a problem touching.

I choose True Blue cuz it matched the stripes on the Warrior. Yous gots to change your thinking WWFan!
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Old 06-02-2005, 05:53 PM   #44
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Kev:

OK...now maybe I don't understand- if you've got a F350 4WD, and a stock SLC, how in the world could you have 12" between the top of the bed and the coach?

And does that True Blue really match well, because my interior decorator told me that if it's not exactly the same, you gotta go different so it doesn't clash!

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Old 06-03-2005, 09:52 PM   #45
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OK, I just measured, its more like 9 inches. And the Pin is adjustable, I slid it out one hole thereby raising the trailer.

The True Blue is a little darker than the WW, but I'm not that picky.
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Kev:

Wow..that's still alot of clearance for stock everything! Is it the same as your pic p3210049 on Webshots?
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Here is a current pic with the F350 WW and F350
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Kev:

Ohhhh.....looks good- lots of room, except- how much clearance do you have for the tailgate? It looks like there's no room to drop it.

Also...please tell me that the garage in front of that rig is it's home- that looks great!
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Old 06-06-2005, 11:18 AM   #49
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Sean,

Time to go get the V-tailgate and beg Moski for forgivness later!!!

It only takes 2-3 minutes to change the tailgates on the Ford. The biggest thing is finding a place to store the one not being used.

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Old 06-06-2005, 12:35 PM   #50
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Clark:

You are sooooooo right...just like my favorite saying, "It's easier to get forgiveness than it is permission"!!!

(I'm actually surprised with all the towing extras you can get as options on a truck that this wouldn't be one of them, huh?).

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by WWFan:
Kev:

Ohhhh.....looks good- lots of room, except- how much clearance do you have for the tailgate? It looks like there's no room to drop it.

Also...please tell me that the garage in front of that rig is it's home- that looks great! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Yeah, if its lined up perfect it leaves you about 2 inches.

That garage USED to be its home, it looks like I got a buyer on the line.
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">

That garage USED to be its home, it looks like I got a buyer on the line. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

Wow...I assume you're talk'n about the TV/TH? That's great! Wadda ya gonna do with all that cash??!

And Clark: That's why God, on the ninth day, made attics.

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What's an attic, oh you mean the space about my garage that contains more *** then I remember bringing into the house? I really think that when I moved in, someone had already filled that space up with junk.

Actually I have spent the better part of the last 2 weeks re-doing the garage. My wife uses 1/3 of the garage for her training she does, which leaves 2/3 for her car, 2 motorcycles, my workspace, and all the rest of the junk that won't fit into that space called an attic. It turned out really nice though, looks like a Sears Craftsman ad. I painted the floor with that Rust-olium epoxy paint, and tore out all the cabinets and work bench and replaced with new Craftsman stuff. Boy am I lucky. Robin informed me that it was my anniversary gift. I guess after 24 years of wedded bliss, I was finally able to get the good stuff. I think I need to send a picture of it to Sears for one of their ads.

Now if I could only built a back house with a ramp, hmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wow Clark...

That's gorgeous! You are just too much (how 'come you don't have outlines around them saws?! ?). And I thought I was analllll...

I like the floor alot, and yes...you could be the posterboy for Sears- you certainly doolled out some bucks for those beautiful cabinets! And boy...you sure do make all of us quiver at the idea of our wives seeing how clean it is! (Yea...like THEY could care, eh guys? Mine uses it as her personal "dump everything HERE").

If I hadn't got this TH a week ago, I'd have a clean garage and could take a pic of it fer ya...One of these days when I finish it, I'll have to....aaww....you guys will just hafta come over for a party and see it for yerselves....it's carpeted with two sofas, all of my cabinets are 1 1/2" welded steel (and soon to be door'd), two 27" TVs tied into my audio & lighting equipment, and more NASCAR garb than you could shake a stick at. Maybe by then I'll have the Cal Speedway track around the upper perimeter of it (complete with #6 leading the pack).

Mike: what were 'ya saying about being overloaded?

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Clark, very nice. I also like those Craftsman cabinets.
And I don't see that CAlif required hot-water tank SAFETY strap. Mums the word from me, ohhh except that i just posted this on an international forum. sorry

and thats funny Sean, where are the outlines for the saws?

gotta get some pics of my garage
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i sure wish Craftman sold a line of old flea bitten sofas that go in working garages right next to the mini fridge and roll-aways. I also had to go find one of those knarly sofas that fit just perfectly in my garage decor theme.
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Oh it's straped, it's just hidden behind the heater

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