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AbramzTnk

Tremor Fiend
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Location
South Carolina
Military
23yrs Army
Current Ride
07 Toyota FJ rolling on 37s
Current Ride #2
04 Chevy 2500HD
A big "Thank-you" again for the T-Shirt
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A big "Thank-you" again for the T-Shirt
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Looking good!
I have a few questions about your mods if you don't mind....
Can you tell me about your wheels (make/style/size/etc.)?

Also, how do you like your Diamondback bed cover? Which model did you get? Do you like it? Is it built well and worth the price? Do you ever use a 5th wheel trailer? Do you ever put and haul gear/equipment on top?

Thanks!
-Beta
 
37x13.50r17 Yokohama X-ATS on 17x9.5 Black Rhino Arsenals -12
Running 47 Psi front and 43 Psi Rear
3in Rough Country Tremor lift
To keep front factory flaps, minor kitchen scissor trimming was required on flap support structure, and 2 ball peen hammer taps on center flap mounting screw because of offset and tire width. The ride of the RC V2 shocks is awesome.

I LOVE my DB HD. First tonneau I've ever had. Shipped to you from the factory. I have the big cross bin. Once installed, you can take the whole cover off in less than 15min, or slide the rear cover off with ease. It definitely would affect a 5th wheel due to the center section is almost directly over the axle. I don not tow with a 5th wheel. The fact that I can load 1200 lbs on top or stand on it to was the roof is a game changer.
 
How does one purchase a shirt?
 
I received my shirt as well. A big thanks to the mods and those involved with sending those out, it's much appreciated.
 
37x13.50r17 Yokohama X-ATS on 17x9.5 Black Rhino Arsenals -12
Running 47 Psi front and 43 Psi Rear
3in Rough Country Tremor lift
To keep front factory flaps, minor kitchen scissor trimming was required on flap support structure, and 2 ball peen hammer taps on center flap mounting screw because of offset and tire width. The ride of the RC V2 shocks is awesome.

I LOVE my DB HD. First tonneau I've ever had. Shipped to you from the factory. I have the big cross bin. Once installed, you can take the whole cover off in less than 15min, or slide the rear cover off with ease. It definitely would affect a 5th wheel due to the center section is almost directly over the axle. I don not tow with a 5th wheel. The fact that I can load 1200 lbs on top or stand on it to was the roof is a game changer.
Thanks for the info!! Those are some killer wheels and I'm glad to hear you like the DB HD!
 
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