Looks like a LOT of time and hard work payed off on that one! Looks great!
Where did you source the fender/ flares over the duals. Been looking for something similar for a bed I am working on.
Those fenders are actually single trailer fenders with one edge cut off and then pulled open to fit a bigger diameter tire. Real easy and cheap to do.
Ive only ran dodges, Its alot of wieght my last one was a 3500 dually (still for sale by the way) It wighed in at 12500. This one will probably wiegh around 14k and idling all day, bouncing down pipeline right aways, pulled around through the mud with dozers. You have to have a dependable truck. Downtime equals no money earned.
DING DINGIt's called a Hoosier pole. It swings out to the side of the truck to hold his leads up and also likely support an umbrella while he's working on site.
To keep the leads out of the mud?It's called a Hoosier pole. It swings out to the side of the truck to hold his leads up and also likely support an umbrella while he's working on site.
Thanks Erin, Ya I still have the welder, but I also have another one you might be interested in for cheap. Come check it out, Id be interested in trading it to you for you bike.looks sweet rob, i am building a flat bed for my cummins soon too. Di you sell your tig welder yet?