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Old 10-16-2019, 10:49 PM   #11
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Itís got to be homemade or we wouldíve seen one in all the ads we look atÖ
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Old 10-16-2019, 11:24 PM   #12
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True. I looked at it a little closer tonight as I was working on my other one (that cart in particular is next to go under the knife...). And now that I think of it, I remember seeing another cart at the college when I picked this one up with the same bed on it. It's a technical college (hence the HORRIBLY UGLY neon green with maroon flames) paint job. Maybe it was a class project for welding or something?

Might have to take measurements or something, this is the nicest bed I've had on any of my carts. I like it better than the carryall even because it holds all my crap, but doesnt hold water or dirt.
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Old 10-17-2019, 10:26 AM   #13
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Did not see the picture with the neon green and maroon flames. Are you hiding that one somewhere?
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Old 10-17-2019, 10:32 AM   #14
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That kind of welding and smoothing is not that hard to do. I just built a couple of fire wood racks out of some mild steel tube using my little Harbor Freight buzzbox welder and it looks great for something a hack like me built. Definitely home built.
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Old 10-17-2019, 11:53 AM   #15
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Did not see the picture with the neon green and maroon flames. Are you hiding that one somewhere?
Hiding out of shame, yes

I did feel a little funny driving all the way home with that thing on my trailer. But it was back roads almost the entire way so not TOO many people saw it

I stole the roof and bed for my other DS. this one is in pieces now, and no longer neon green with flames I got the motor back in it last night and probably going to swap this body with the dark green bedlinered body that's on my other DS this weekend or next.
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Old 10-17-2019, 12:28 PM   #16
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[QUOTE=CP241;1661928]Hiding out of shame, yes

I did feel a little funny driving all the way home with that thing on my trailer. But it was back roads almost the entire way so not TOO many people saw it

YEAH .... I think I would have done the same thing.

I like green, and my ParCar I am working on is going to be MOPAR Green, but that Kermit The Frog Green and those Hideously Ugly Maroon/Gold flames have got to disappear.

Now WE know why you didn't show it.

Make it Pretty again ..... Please!
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Old 10-17-2019, 02:52 PM   #17
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Hiding out of shame, yes

I did feel a little funny driving all the way home with that thing on my trailer. But it was back roads almost the entire way so not TOO many people saw it

YEAH .... I think I would have done the same thing.

I like green, and my ParCar I am working on is going to be MOPAR Green, but that Kermit The Frog Green and those Hideously Ugly Maroon/Gold flames have got to disappear.

Now WE know why you didn't show it.

Make it Pretty again ..... Please!
It already is

I tried a black base coat with a blue/green flip pearl. Looked AWESOME when I painted it, but must have been the humidity or something, it got all milky overnight and looked terrible the next day. I don't know exactly what happened so I re-did it again. black base coat with a red metallic pearl, came out a burgundy/black cherry type of color when it was all done. I think it looks pretty sweet

Now though, bit of a dilemma. I'm not sure if I want to put that body on this cart, or swap bodies with my other DS that's already lifted. Put the green bedliner body on this, with a regular bed on the back and make it a yard cart. Put the nice body, paint the roof to match with the mesh bed on my lifted one. Body has to come off of that one anyway, make it a lot easier to do the suspension work I need to fix from the previous owner, and pull the motor to rebuild it. Runs great, i've driven it allllll over the place, crappy suspension and all. but it's burning some oil. Not enough to see smoke, but enough that I can smell it. That smell of burning oil is unmistakable. Better to do a quick rebuild on it now than wait until it gets worse and something happens.
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Old 10-17-2019, 03:11 PM   #18
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Man ... two paint jobs ... that's a lot of work.
I agree, from the picture you've shared, it looks pretty cool.
Definitely a different color, but I dig it.

Good luck with the rebuild.
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Old 10-17-2019, 03:28 PM   #19
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Funny that itís cut out for the seat back supports. Most kits replace those.
It's a shame more kits don't keep the stock brackets if only because because the stock seat back brackets are a nice, laid-back angle for your back.
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Old 10-17-2019, 04:22 PM   #20
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Man ... two paint jobs ... that's a lot of work.
I agree, from the picture you've shared, it looks pretty cool.
Definitely a different color, but I dig it.

Good luck with the rebuild.
Yeah, the blue didnt work. Unfortunately. Funny thing is I had some extra in the gun so I sprayed the front of my roll cart "just because" and that looks great. But I'm digging the burgundy color too, its unique and different, but subdued enough that when the time comes to sell it (can't keep 'em all unfortunately) it's not a screaming bright color that only a mother could love. But something subdued, nice, and tasteful.
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