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of stuff that ive had on for awhile that i have just taken pics of.....

....my NCD level kit, my GoRhino Dominator II steps, and my custom front license bracket....



 

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of stuff that ive had on for awhile that i have just taken pics of.....

....my NCD level kit, my GoRhino Dominator II steps, and my custom front license bracket....



How much for the steps?They look good.
 

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got them for 331 shipped about 2 months ago....truckcandy.com had free shipping on them.
 

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Looks great. I got a smoke 4x4 also, but in KC. I spent all of Saturday detailing it, clay bar, sealant, wax.... so she's looking good right now.

How did you do your tag bracket? I want to put on a front tag, but haven't yet decided to drill the holes in the skid plate for the factory bracket.

Thanks...
 

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i used a piece of 1" aluminum angle and drilled up into the metal part of the bumper and used some locking license bolts to hold it on for security purposes. its very rigid.
 

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Looks good. Good choices in parts.
 

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i used a piece of 1" aluminum angle and drilled up into the metal part of the bumper and used some locking license bolts to hold it on for security purposes. its very rigid.
I like it, I was trying to determine how to mount a tag w/o drilling into the skid plate, and just never got down low enough to look up to that point. Did you use the existing holes (w/ plastic plug) to mount the angle? I'll be making a trip to LOWES shortly for the supplies.

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I like it, I was trying to determine how to mount a tag w/o drilling into the skid plate, and just never got down low enough to look up to that point. Did you use the existing holes (w/ plastic plug) to mount the angle? I'll be making a trip to LOWES shortly for the supplies.

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no, actually i did not use the existing holes. i did, however, remove the center plug so that my fabbed bracket would be flush. the hardest part was making sure that when i drilled thru the plastic that i also was drilling thru the metal bumper. the back upper lip of that bumper is not straight across. included is a pic of the front bumper assy. the red arrows point to the metal "tabs" are also on the top. these tabs are what the plastic plugs go into. you will have to find a spot that you can drill into the metal too.
 

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Thanks for the front end schematic... that'll help figure it out. Later!
 

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goathead said:
got them for 331 shipped about 2 months ago....truckcandy.com had free shipping on them.
Truckcandy.com owes you! I ordered mine from them after reading your post. Its was def the best price.
 

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Thanks for the front end schematic... that'll help figure it out. Later!
ill send you a pm later today when i get a free moment....
 

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ill send you a pm later today when i get a free moment....
Any suggestions on getting the plastic plugs out? Thanks!
 

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i think that i used a standard screwdriver to wedge a little wiggle room and then some needle-nose pliers on the top. cant remember exactly how they looked when they came out, although, i do remember thinking that they looked a little different then i thought they would. a little mirror helps out A LOT to see what you are doing.
 

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Great to see a member from 04 with the same truck still around. Pictures look great.
 
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