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post #1 of 16 Old 12-20-2010, 01:07 PM Thread Starter
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My evil twin???????

I was driving around today and came upon this, I think it was a woman driving I am in IL I saw this in cook county, same tires and a shrocks front bumper, this is the only pic I could get at the light.




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post #2 of 16 Old 12-20-2010, 03:49 PM
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You should have asked her if you could look underneath and see if rust is normal on everything.


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there was rust everywhere , with the body lift and sl you could see it.



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Rustoleum makes a paint that reverses rust.


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once I get the body lift done and the PML I have to find where the rattle is coming from. after that I am going to use that stuff and then slap a full set of skid plates.



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Ahh, You should go off roading first and THEN get the skid plates.


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I thought the whole point is to protect the underneath with the skids while off roading.



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Yeah....that's true. I just like doing things backwards. When I first got my 33's for example. I put my lift on AFTER. Crazy...lol. Needless to say, I had rubbing issues. I guess I should have listened to the people whose advice I asked for.

Anyway, Back to the whole evil twin thing....

HOW again is that your evil twin? Black-silver, shrock, not-shrock


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Yeah....that's true. I just like doing things backwards. When I first got my 33's for example. I put my lift on AFTER. Crazy...lol. Needless to say, I had rubbing issues. I guess I should have listened to the people whose advice I asked for.

Anyway, Back to the whole evil twin thing....

HOW again is that your evil twin? Black-silver, shrock, not-shrock
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Oh so a non-identical twin! Got it! I've got a shit ton of those non-identical twins.


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