could some one take some pics for me??

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LX-Mikey,

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You didn't look hard enough. I would suggest that if you need more detail than this then you need to find someone with the Slee sliders and just copy them. If you are going to use George's plans, as suggested to you before, then you don't need to copy Christo's design and his hard work.

-B-

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Mike, -B- is right you just need to look a lil closer.I personnaly have the Slee sliders so it's probably more obvious to me, but if you read the installation instructions and look underneath your own rig you should get a good idea how they mount i.e. the pre-existing holes that are used and such....Good Luck,Vince
 

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LX-Mikey,

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You didn't look hard enough. I would suggest that if you need more detail than this then you need to find someone with the Slee sliders and just copy them. If you are going to use George's plans, as suggested to you before, then you don't need to copy Christo's design and his hard work.

-B-

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Geez B, where did you find that one. I need to update that picture. That was one of the very first sets I still made in my garage.

Hey, LX, I would take some pictures, but I would rather see some creative new ideas. Wasn't that why we encourage others to make their own stuff. :D

Get the creeper out and spend some quality time under the truck.
 

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