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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Budget track hauler completed

Picked up the truck a month or so ago and did a few things to make it the perfect budget track hauler. Oh, and a little pit bike

Double din GPS headunit to keep us entertained and to keep from getting lost on teh way.

Rhino lining sprayed (over rail)

8.5foot ramp that folds into bed extender

wheel chock bar (also reinforces front of bed)

Turned out good, can't wait for the 10th!




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That rage bar is really friggin cool!!




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That ramp+box extender is even cooler than the rage bar. My brother has the same truck and my GSXR with a Baxley just sticks out of the tailgate by a few inches.

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That ramp setup is badass dude. Where did you get that?

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Both are available at www.discountramps.com or ebay (for a lot less).

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im prolly going to get the other version of the rage bar as i never tow more than one bike, and its always in the middle.

nice setup man.
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06 Silverado huh....hmmmm. I like your setup.
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Did you get the center mounted offset extenstion? Pretty slick...
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Did you get the center mounted offset extenstion? Pretty slick...
No I didn't but I did think about it. I think that would work great for 3 dirt bikes or two dirtbikes and a pit bike, but sport bikes are too wide.

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did you have to drill the bed to mount the rage bar?

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did you have to drill the bed to mount the rage bar?
Yes, three holes

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Yes, three holes
If you get a chance, clean those holes out and get rid of the rust that has probably already started(polish with dremmel grinding stone or the like) clean with solvent, then coat the inside and the bolts with urethane sealant(like auto glass installer use) and reinstall. Dont use silicone, it actually propagates the rust.

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