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Old 01-31-2019, 05:32 PM   #41
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I have a backrack on my truck as well since 2009, great quality and the powercoat still looks good after all these years. I am getting another one for my new silverado as well.

I am also going to get the siderails as well for it and that rear ladder bar is slick to keep the ladder off the tailgate but i dont think it will work with the siderails so i might have to weld something up


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I had the original back rack on my f150 and it was I great shape still.

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Old 01-31-2019, 08:58 PM   #42
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It would make more sense if I was further north and drove a lot of highways but over than vacations I stay in town with 2or three trips to Calgary a month and thatís only 15min down the highway.

Itís for sale if anyone wants it retails new at $3000
To bad you are not a little closer to me , might be interested in it. Lots of them down here, Pretty much all the Hutterite Colony trucks have one on.
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Another productive night for the truck. Starting to look presentable.




Next step is to get the logos on the truck
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Ah, man. After all that work... it still looks like a Ford.

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