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I was wondering if anybody knew where to find one of these. I saw how everybody made one from 3rd gen emblems. But id prefer a cleaner look to them. I searched ebay and could only find the led one. Any help would be appreciated.
98 12valve 4x4 , 8 inch cat stack, little pump work, little trans work
Still too slow
If u keep looking on ebay they pop up every now and then tho i was thinking about making up a vinyl decal to put over my ram badge maybe carbon fiber back pattern and maybe a crome c over the top
972500sclb4x412valvestock47reautometerHX35#11plateboost elbowpusherAEM CAI tork tec ofv285 kelly safari tsr'ssilencer ring MIA4" strait pipe 6" tipderale deep trans panonboard air w/grover 15108'hiniker c-plow
bought one of these from the same guy a year ago, it still looks as new as the day i got it. mine did have a threaded hole in the back to mount it, not sure if he's doing that anymore.
97 CCLB DRW 4X4 AUTO AMSOIL 4510, SILENCER RING MIA, 4K GSK, 60LB. VALVESPRINGS, AUTOMETER Z SERIES BOOST, PYRO, TRANS. STARWHEEL CRANKED A BIT, HOMEMADE 0 PLATE, FULL BILLET SUNCOAST WITH TRIPLE DISC, NEED MORE FUEL!!!!!!!!
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