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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by flatlander42, May 12, 2011.
Here is the steel for the dovetail.
Check out the clearance lights I found for it....I Like them!
The headache rack in progress.
Oh yeah, I had to put new brakes and tires on it too...that was fun$$$$$$. I think when they stripped er down they even gave me scabs for tires. There is no way they drove it on those eggs.
First of all....ignore some of the odly placed photobucket edit swirls..stupid slow computer!
If you look close you can see some flat steel bolted to the back of the bed. That is where I welded everything to....so it can be un-bolted. The green steel is just tacked in place to help keep things square.
And those tail lights, and marker lights will stay there for when it is in "flatbed" mode, and when the dovetail is on you can still see them through the mesh. Kind of a neat look if you ask me.
unreal.... what was the price for the e-450? and how many miles? diesel?
Lets just say it was WAY cheaper to have the E instead of an F!
Thanks for posting. I'm very impressed and I hope this serves you well.
Nice work, can't wait to see the end product..........get to work!!