BB's 02 RCSB Build

Discussion in 'Under Construction' started by BB, Aug 1, 2013.

  1. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    Well, when you can't seem to find a picture of something online, make it yourself!......

    Here is my 15 minute plasti-dip color match, of a w/t (work truck, not white trash :read:) mirror!

    Don't pay any attention the runs there, this is temporary....


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  2. James Pate

    James Pate Well-Known Member

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    I like how there is no line from the cap on them.
     
  3. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    Same here..

    I'll shoot a few more pics of it on the truck when I get off work.
     
  4. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    Thanks man! Glad I could inspire you and help you make up your mind on your truck!

    I like doing these build threads because it allows all of us to bounce ideas off of each other for my project, and even like in your case, help you decide on something you're working on. :beer:
     
  5. welsh907

    welsh907 Rehabilitated Member

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    I posted a full work truck white kirror on the previous page, attached to a bagged nbs rcsb.

    :read:

     
  6. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    I saw that! Just couldn't make out that blurry ass picture on my 37" LCD screen at my desk... LMAOOOO!!!

    jst fkn witcha....

    I wanted to be able to see it on MY truck. :cheeky:
     
  7. welsh907

    welsh907 Rehabilitated Member

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    I think you should leave the rear bumper as it is. The Oreo look is killer.

    Also, if in the event that the paint chips on those pads, white paint showing black under chips.

    Dnw...
     
  8. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    HAHAHA! Like a damn ice cream sandwich huh?

    I agree with you on the paint chipping, then black showing through = looking like shit.

    I've heard from a lot of guys that have painted pads though, and they claim it holds up.

    Who knows..... That's the last thing on my mind right now, with so much else I need to get done on this thing. I guess I'll figure it out at some point... :crazy:
     
  9. mike.

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    White mirrors with chrome caps and make those brushed looking like the handles imo.


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  10. BB

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    Worked on the bed yesterday. Got the inside of the tubs sheet metaled. We're going to work on the notch cover, and finish up the tubs tonight.
    Here's how it's looking..

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  11. Jordan

    Jordan OG CGM Member

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    Looking good! Going to paint if afterward or have it lined?
     
  12. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    Thanks buddy! I'm going to paint it for now. The whole inside of the bed is rattle canned with rust-oleum white. So I'll be doing that for now.
     
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  13. Dakota

    Dakota Dat Static 4wd

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    Niice!! Gonna be so much better with the bed finished..hate to see people build a bagged truck and never worry about the inside of the bed or just throw a bedcover on it, its halfass imo (not saying thats what you were doing, just all of the bagged minis I see around here are that way lol)
     
  14. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    What are you trying to say Dakota? You calling me half ass? :crazy:
     
  15. Dakota

    Dakota Dat Static 4wd

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  16. Tylers88

    Tylers88 3 GM's and a Jeep

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    I've always thought it would be really cool to do a raised bed floor but leave what's left of the factory one, weld some sheet metal from the bottom floor to the new upper floor. If you left the back open on the back compartment but sealed it to the tailgate so it was water tight you could keep lawn chairs in it for shows and stuff, depending how much you raise the floor you could run a fuel cell in it or even run a blow through setup but still have a useable bed.
     
  17. Dakota

    Dakota Dat Static 4wd

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    Thats not a bad idea..this truck was at showfest [​IMG]
    [​IMG]looks like they built a fuel cell in this one and maybe like a roll out tool drawer or something..
    I prefer the look of a raised bed floor, when I bag a truck I wanna raise the stock floor and widen and move the stock tubs up so it looks factory but everything just sits up higher
     
  18. mike.

    mike. Well-Known Member

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    I'm not doing a bed floor at first. Cutting all mine out until I decide how I wanna do it.


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  19. BB

    BB Well-Known Member

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    Here's how we did mine. Finished up this phase of it tonight. All custom fabbed from 16 gauge sheet metal.



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  20. Gannon

    Gannon That Guy

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    Damn man, that looks good. Don't know how I missed this thread, but whole truck is badass man.


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