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Old 04-03-2002, 01:16 AM   #1
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Some cool stuff I got with the Longhorn.

Nice factory wide (9ish X16.5) rims. Bummer there is only 3 of them. I'll use two if I can find street tires wide enough. not puttin mudders on them though.

Just about everything I'll need for a disc brake upgrade. Came off of a '72 C/30 Camper Special I think he said...maybe it was a C/20, I can't remember now, but who cares?

This thing is pretty well hashed. I tried talkin Randy out of the gate that came with the longhorn...it was taken off after a couple weeks and put away...brand new. Lucky b@stard.

# styles of factory caps. I got 2 white ones, 2 stainless ones, and the one gray one. Randy also got a set of matching ones installed on it. They are off of a later model truck though. My dad said I oughta paint the gray one and one stailness one white so have a correct matching set. I say he's on crack.
There's also a regular longbed bed liner in there.
Some of this stuff will be sold/given away. I know the 3 painted hubcaps are of little to no value to me, and one of the wide rims too. And once I either put a floor in this bed, or get my old one back...the liner will go bye bye.


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I've been dubbed the Longhorn Freak/Fanatic/Expert, I just hope I can live up to it.
FINALLY got the HORNIAC...a '70 one ton Longhorn with a Pontiac 350/350 and lots of 'personality'. Check out The Longhorn Webite.
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Old 04-03-2002, 01:19 AM   #2
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you said not mudders, but hows about all terrains or some trailer looking tires?
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Old 04-03-2002, 01:24 AM   #3
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Nope. Street tires...something like whats on the back of the wild child. Wide and mean.

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I've been dubbed the Longhorn Freak/Fanatic/Expert, I just hope I can live up to it.
FINALLY got the HORNIAC...a '70 one ton Longhorn with a Pontiac 350/350 and lots of 'personality'. Check out The Longhorn Webite.
If you need a pic posted, E-mail me at longhornmail@yahoo.com
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Old 04-03-2002, 01:27 AM   #4
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aw come on you need some trailer tires on that big thing, i knwo if my 3/4 ton wasnt 4x4 thats what i would put on. btw, ar eyou on yahoo or MSN right now?
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R.I.P. Michael Stilts... I will always love and miss you brother! (9-12-80, murdered 4-9-05)
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Old 04-03-2002, 01:31 AM   #5
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mmmmmmm....pizza hut
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Old 04-03-2002, 01:36 AM   #6
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Blue, i'm not on an I.M. right now, as soon as I'm done posting a couple more pics, I'm gonna have to crash, otherwise I will crash at work in the a.m.
Pizza hut...after sitting out on the counter all night, it fed us all te way from here to PA. Not just the state line either...almost all they way to Philly. I think Jeff was eating the last slice with the first beer Randy gave him.

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I've been dubbed the Longhorn Freak/Fanatic/Expert, I just hope I can live up to it.
FINALLY got the HORNIAC...a '70 one ton Longhorn with a Pontiac 350/350 and lots of 'personality'. Check out The Longhorn Webite.
If you need a pic posted, E-mail me at longhornmail@yahoo.com
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Old 04-03-2002, 02:26 AM   #7
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good luck dude, im having trouble even finding mudders in my books that'll fit a 16.5 right now.... the street tires go from 16 to 17 in this book, back to looking trying to kep my mind off things
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Originally Posted by Alan Jackson, Cause I'm a country boy
35s whinin on the asphalt, grabbin mud, throwin up some red dirt
R.I.P. Michael Stilts... I will always love and miss you brother! (9-12-80, murdered 4-9-05)
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Old 04-04-2002, 12:30 AM   #8
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Hmm I see a nice lookin hubcap there.

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Old 04-04-2002, 11:52 AM   #9
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Yeah, I got 2 white ones, 2 stainless ones, and the one gray one. Then from the '73 and up, a complete set of early 80's chevy, and one GMC cap.

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I've been dubbed the Longhorn Freak/Fanatic/Expert, I just hope I can live up to it.
FINALLY got the HORNIAC...a '70 one ton Longhorn with a Pontiac 350/350 and lots of 'personality'. Check out The Longhorn Webite.
If you need a pic posted, E-mail me at longhornmail@yahoo.com
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