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Old December 13th, 2008, 02:57 PM
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PM sent a few days ago with instructions.
I keep having trouble with the connection dropping, but I'll keep trying.

Incidentally, once I noticed your ftp site was called "vixswimwear" I had to really restrain myself from digging through the rest of the directory!

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So I just went over to the website and was not disappointed.
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Old December 13th, 2008, 05:13 PM
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I keep having trouble with the connection dropping, but I'll keep trying.

Incidentally, once I noticed your ftp site was called "vixswimwear" I had to really restrain myself from digging through the rest of the directory!

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So I just went over to the website and was not disappointed.
Really? I use it all the time without problems. I'm glad you liked the swimwear photos...
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Old December 13th, 2008, 05:42 PM
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Yeah, the connection keeps breaking or timing out. Its odd, since it appears to be actively downloading the whole time. I'll try at some point when network traffic here is lower, like tomorrow morning.
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Old December 14th, 2008, 10:01 AM
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Ok, finally worked on a Sunday morning before anyone was up. Now we just need those completion pix...
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Old December 14th, 2008, 01:52 PM
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Ok, finally worked on a Sunday morning before anyone was up. Now we just need those completion pix...

Getting there. Went for the first real test drive Friday. Got it up to 60mph without issues.
Need to finish wiring the interior, then dash, seats and roll cage.
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Old December 18th, 2008, 10:18 AM
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What kind of sliders do you have on the truck?
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Old December 19th, 2008, 11:51 AM
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Mantec. Do not recommend. Very week mounting points.
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Old December 19th, 2008, 12:43 PM
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I am sure this may have been covered but did you have two doner NAS 110s plus the pick up? I look at these pics daily. You might have to have a show and tell for local cali people
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I am sure this may have been covered but did you have two doner NAS 110s plus the pick up? I look at these pics daily. You might have to have a show and tell for local cali people
Just one NAS 110, one pick up for parts and new take of Td5 frame.
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Weird I thought in some pics the d110 had square tail lights and in others newer round.
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Weird I thought in some pics the d110 had square tail lights and in others newer round.
I replaced with ECR LEDS.
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Ze.. what color did you paint the rims?
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Ze.. what color did you paint the rims?
Yeah, I dig the color of those rims . . . I think they are a stock color tho'. I have seen them in other photos elsewhere.

How did you acquire them?? They are "boost" rims, correct?

Looks great.
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Impressive build.
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Yeah, I dig the color of those rims . . . I think they are a stock color tho'. I have seen them in other photos elsewhere.

How did you acquire them?? They are "boost" rims, correct?

Looks great.

Rims are not stock. Had them powder coated a gun metal color.
Correct on the rims. GOt them from British Recycling in Rancho Cordova, CA

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http://gallery.mac.com/zduarte#100036

It has been a while since I've updated the site but I'm moving along.
Got all wiring, dash, stereo and headliner done. Soon roll cage and basket.
I have almost 500 miles on it. Drives great with a lot of torque.
Almost there...
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Ho so very sweet !!!

Very nice build, how did the flooring the truck with Dynamat work out soundwise ?

Good work ! Love the color

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I know the rear mat is from brazil, where are the front mats and tunnel and bulkhead and seatbox covers from?

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I really like the looks of it without the cage . .
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Ho so very sweet !!!

Very nice build, how did the flooring the truck with Dynamat work out soundwise ?

Good work ! Love the color

Pat
Thanks. Mad e a huge difference. Really muffles the sound coming from TC.

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I know the rear mat is from brazil, where are the front mats and tunnel and bulkhead and seatbox covers from?

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From the UK. Bought from Safarirover and RDS.

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I really like the looks of it without the cage . .
Just put the cage on today and it looks even better.
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From the UK. Bought from Safarirover and RDS.
are they made by Exmoor? I'm looking at these:

http://www.neneoverland.biz/acoustic...em-1907-0.html
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