Bruce Wilson
Bruce Wilson
Bruce Wilson

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    Gordon HedgepthIl y a 7 secondes

    Do dual 8-inch stacks that would be badass!!

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    Bladerunner Mont'yIl y a 18 secondes

    Go to Bunker Branding and have your shirts with the exact same design of the Cabover Truck . They make any kind of design , you tell or show what you want and they make it happen , send them a picture of the truck and they will place it on your shirts. I would like to have a shirt of this truck because this truck is like the first truck I started out driving back in the early 80's . Single 8 inch Stack in my opinion , just because of the design of the Truck . I be watching keep up the great work she looking alive 💪 again back from the grave .

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    Marcin KępaIl y a 24 secondes

    Pozdrawiam z polski

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    RyanM473Il y a minute

    Drop visor with lights on the bumper

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    Kyle LargeIl y a minute

    2 big ass stacks!!!! To match the big ass bumper you said you wanted to get

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    Joel LakeIl y a 2 minutes

    6in drop visor 8in dual stacks Drop bumper, with a set of side markers.. nothing crazy. But enough to make it glow.

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    Dave PlantIl y a 2 minutes

    I’d check the condition of the bushings on those rear leaf springs while your back there. With the age of that truck I bet they’re shot.

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    WickedIl y a 3 minutes

    i hope he doesnt sell this truck i think this truck really boosted him in views and subs on youtube, i know i wouldnt of found him if it wasnt for this truck.

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    Сергей АнтоновIl y a 5 minutes

    101219 👍 👍 👍💪💪💪🇷🇺

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    Aleks KolevIl y a 8 minutes

    Why do they throw their tools down on the ground?

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    trancehoundIl y a 8 minutes

    Just leaving the hub hardware all rusty? Why not clean everything?

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    Shaggy558Il y a 8 minutes

    Big duals. Drop visor. Polish factory bumper.

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    Jennifer'slife2Il y a 9 minutes

    Drop Visor, 8" pipe, polished stock bumper

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    608 TruckerIl y a 9 minutes

    You should swap out the studs to longer studs so you dont have all that fooling around in the future

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    Filipe GomesIl y a 12 minutes

    Oh and put two red train air horns in the top of the cab.. ;)

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    Tallishyeti27Il y a 12 minutes

    Big dual stacks!

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    Born Behind BarsIl y a 12 minutes

    Clean screw less front bumper dual 8 inch stacks and drop visor

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    Brett RathIl y a 12 minutes

    Got to do dual 8 in stacks, drop visor and drop bumper all polished up in my opinion. Love the semi content Bruce keep it up man

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    Kurt’s GarageIl y a 13 minutes

    I think a 12” octagon stack would be awesome. There’s a guy running one on his Pete and it’s badass

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    Sergio CazaresIl y a 13 minutes

    I love it 😈😱

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    Chase GasawayIl y a 13 minutes

    With low sulfur diesel now days. It’s best to prime the fuel filters with automatic transmission fluid. The oil lubricates the injection pump. It will start fine with atf

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    Filipe GomesIl y a 14 minutes

    Do a dual stainless steel exaust, one each side above the cab with those old stile lids that close down when the engine is off. That will look great

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    Nick LawrieIl y a 15 minutes

    America the land of hydraulic tools for every job... love it. From Scotland.

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    bill53ukIl y a 16 minutes

    NO grease on the bearings after gleaning them. I saw no grease added at all building the hubs

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    Daniel WattsIl y a 19 minutes

    Loving the videos man! Just curious if there were any updates on your pulling tractor project

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    James PotterIl y a 21 minute

    Yea yea chicken lights, dual 8in stacks!! Big bumper, drop visor....

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    declan paterekIl y a 22 minutes

    Really enjoying this mate keek going

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    Adventures With Greg & BettyIl y a 24 minutes

    Like I said go with the Drop Visor and Duel 8in stacks. But get the 45 degree bend and angle cut tip so you don't get rain down the pipe to rust out the elbows. Also keeping rain out will keep the soot from flying all over everything when you fire the truck up. Go with the low front bumper but not so low that it scraps the ground when going into driveways and such. Stay away from putting a ton of lights on. Just more issue's to contend with wiring. As for the tires get tire beads to balance them! I used them on all my trucks I had over the years and never had a issue. Keep up the good work and can't wait for the next video.

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    USS DISCOVERYIl y a 25 minutes

    Dual stack Optimus! Change the rubber on the half fenders, it'll just look better. Love the drop visor idea! Definitely a drop bumper, show us some pictures of drop bumpers and we'll help you decide.

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    Craig heavyhaulIl y a 26 minutes

    8” dual exhaust drop visor and bumper 😍 I’ve been dying to get a cab over

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    Mike PittsIl y a 28 minutes

    Run Duals.....Duals on a COE is badass no matter what, and chrome drop visor with a lighted drop bumper, make it look lowered and sick all at the same time

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    outlawtruckerIl y a 29 minutes

    Tall 6” mitre cut stacks, drop visor and an 18” square bumper with a lollipop light on each end

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    David MilesIl y a 29 minutes

    Go with the OG visor, original bumper and dual stacks. Save the "cool" modern ideas for your next lowered half ton rat rod. The attraction of this truck is the original design. No additional statement required.

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    Gary HarrallIl y a 29 minutes

    Loving this

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    Chris TopherIl y a 29 minutes

    You can get some really nice looking mud guards for those 1/4* fenders

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    Curtis FranciscoIl y a 30 minutes

    Staks my vote it 2 rear staks bright and shiney

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    God of Stream 1215Il y a 31 minute

    Take the tank fuel lines off the dented tank and cap them. Drill a hole in the bent diesel tanks fuel cap, put an air valve in it, screw it back on, then gently fill it with air while tapping that dent with a mallet. I think that dent will pop out.

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    chocco escobar zamoraIl y a 35 minutes

    That is a nice job man God bless you and your family

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    Nathaniel NewsomeIl y a 36 minutes

    You should use this cab over to haul home the new cab over that would be cool

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    igoryn964Il y a 37 minutes

    Молодцы . Хорошая работа

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    PorkchopIl y a 39 minutes

    8” short stacks with a visor

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    DipsyIl y a 40 minutes

    Twin big duals Drop visor

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    Michael TurmanIl y a 42 minutes

    10” dual stacks drop visor and bumper

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    Herman BoingIl y a 42 minutes

    Don's done a few brake jobs in his day. Always remember folks: jobs that look easy, look that way because the people doing them make it look easy.

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    Bryan FritcheyIl y a 42 minutes

    What about the Flatty?! I know there's plenty of us that want to see it built!

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    RODDER 3647Il y a 42 minutes

    Awesome video buddy really like your channel keep up the good work 👍🏻

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    Mark GreenIl y a 43 minutes

    8 in octagon stack

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    perspektivlosIl y a 45 minutes

    i would just leave it as is

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    sean thomasIl y a 45 minutes

    Big dual stacks please

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    David HaydenIl y a 45 minutes

    Duel stacks. Drop visor. I grew up in 80,90s just think those are the coolest looking. Duel stacks is the shit.

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    Angel SacchieroIl y a 45 minutes

    As a truck driver and enthusiast I say -Exhaust: regardless of what you go for get a resonator or two installed, they're the fine line between noise and sound. A side pipe might work out best for you as you can hide the resonators in the chassis and makes a neater setup. Visor: dropped visor covering the top bit of the windshields, not only it serves a purpose of stopping the sun from blinding you, it also looks brilliant. Bumper: I'd go all out full on 'murican polished steel bumper with a tow hook under the numberplate. Now that's just my humble opinion and how I personally think it'd look best. I'd put a few discreet lights around the truck, 2 or 5 amber marked lights in the sun visor ( one in each corner and perhaps 3 close together in the middle). I'd scrap the peterbuilt rubber bits and either replace them with blanks or custom ones reading "brucebuilt" or "Wilsonbuilt", I'd also add a couple amber marker light on those mud guards and red lights on the rear ones. I'd sand blast the chassis as well the hubs then give it a nice few coats of either black or grey paint. Tyre paint would look nice and it'd also be rude not to do since you've got a matching set of tyres. That's all the suggestions I've got for the time being.

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    Bubba cumminsIl y a 46 minutes

    Definitely do twin, 6 inch straight pipes. Definitely a drop visor, and a big bumper with lights just on the ends. Plus turn up that motor

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    uli wehnerIl y a 48 minutes

    i like the drop visor, dual stacks, and stock bumper is fine for a work truck. i like the stacks behind the cab, rather than outside, have them point out at the top. forget what that style is called

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    Charles WoodburyIl y a 51 minute

    Dual 8inch stacks

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    Daniel GraceIl y a 52 minutes

    8 inch bull hauler stack single. Keep original front bumper. My personal opinion don't do visor. Visibility issues for driver.

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    Dencil DeanIl y a 59 minutes

    Put some grease in this push rod and plenty, plenty on ME all the way from beautiful nassau, bahamas 🇧🇸

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    AJ 5 OhIl y a heure

    12 in or bigger stacks

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    Steven McculloughIl y a heure

    Good content but I get a little sea sick with too much camera motion . . . maybe more tripod work and less panning??? Nice effort you'll do well I'm sure, thanks for the fun. Old tractors are just cool. Here's a little more info on that 1896 Case and a working example. the 96 part of that number may be the Case HP rating of that engine.

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    firemanricci1Il y a heure

    Keep the truck as close to original as possible. No visor, bumper or exhaust down the side of the truck. But....definitely straight pipe the exhaust no matter what size pipe you go with.

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    K JenkinsIl y a heure

    A tip that might help; if you don't like or need a 3 ft spray wand, just take a tubing cutter and cut it down to say 10-12" leaving about 4" from the spray tip and put a compression union between the shortened pieces then you can get into those tight spaces.

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    Appalachian RebelIl y a heure

    love the drop visor and big drop bumper but you gotta do dual 8 inch stacks

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    Max FlyIl y a heure

    Pls... just get it Safe and reliable and then drive it around some...Then do all the custom won't get you home...Stay Focused....let the Freighliner be the updated dream bomb...Props... to Don and Iceman, for having the Strongest Lower Backs...also too.

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    Kirk TitgenIl y a heure

    Bad idea eliminating the air dryer ..keeps everything in the system dry .. especially on short trips ... Plus they sound cooli think ..get a new. Bendix unit for sure and mount on frame next to engine under the cab !!!

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    Travis yeti36Il y a heure

    I would extend the rear

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    bduff007Il y a heure

    Dual 8" stacks with dual above cab air intakes

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    cj glasseyIl y a heure

    Dual 8 inch bull hauler stacks

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    Travis yeti36Il y a heure

    I would do double stack, drop visor and a drop bumper

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    S FreemanIl y a heure

    Duel 6" straights. Traditional visor. Texas bumper. Lincoln hats.

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    Socio ListoIl y a heure

    Why beg for subscribers, you are like a. Telemarketer, it takes time, for me to subscribe and seldom push the like button ( this ain't Facebook) lol

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    Quentin PelkeyIl y a heure

    Drop visor 8 inch dual stacks

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    Preston WagonerIl y a heure

    Drop visor and two 6in pipes and an nice bumper

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    hotgab328Il y a heure

    Do we need to grease those?! … nope !! this guy obviously never drove anything where they use salt to melt the ice on the road !!

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    Ashley SaxtonIl y a heure

    There may not be alot of content in the video. But what you videoed shows how to put brakes on. Keep up the great videos bruce love seeing them.

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    Bradley OdonnellIl y a heure

    Came across your first video about this truck the other week by accident n now I'm hooked keep it up mate 🤛

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    Gavin PenningtonIl y a heure

    6in dual stacks with the flappers

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    Walter DillowIl y a heure

    Duel stack, stock bumper, drop visor♥️

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    Handyman 03Il y a heure

    I think you should keep the factory bumper, some trucks look good with a drop bumper but that truck you have now is already pretty damn low...and I think maybe a angled visor because the straight down visor does restrict your visibility pretty good, been a while since I messed with any of this stuff so what do I know, just an opinion I guess....

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    The Backyard FrontiersmanIl y a heure

    Dual stacks,polish your bumper,drop visor

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    mike hardickIl y a heure

    Feel like a troll know it all asking if they used anything besides gear oil for reassembly?? I’m used to hand packing my bearings (usually with marine application grease) and they were shooting some 90wt back in putting the outer bearing in but that whole job looked way too clean also the S-cam rollers should have gotten a molybdenum coating as well.. sorry for being an ass and I’m probably just being a jerk... idk

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    Emilio VasquezIl y a heure

    Run either 7 or 8 inch dual stacks brotha. It’ll look sweet

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    Lynn Abernathy.Il y a heure

    Put 18 in bumper it will look good.

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    Buddy WiserIl y a heure

    Drop visor, twin stack, standard bumper, 24.5 low pro, replace tank

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    Steven McculloughIl y a heure

    As an EX trucker your taste pretty much matches mine (not too many lights) lots of chrome on stack and bumpers, Alcoa rims all the way and keep pissing off those who don't like the cross-brand Peterbuilt flaps IDC. Good job all the way, lots of memories with that type rig, be sure to do double fuel filters if you haven't already and turn that puppy up you've got a ton of power available. Thanks for the fun.

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    charles ferebeeIl y a heure

    Should be painting the frame and springs and hubs while you have the tires and wheels off. Just Saying.

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    Stephen MillerIl y a heure

    "instead of killing a tree" Thanks, man. Don't destroy a living thing for a temporary fix. Too many alternatives.

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    Joseph ChristisonIl y a heure

    Who had to turn their volume up all the way?

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    w.s. cornersIl y a heure

    If you use nobby truck tires be prepared for A ROUGH ride with that leaf spring suspension. Also at higher speeds it will be worse.

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    Aaron HammingIl y a heure

    Are you going to register this as an rv for personal use?

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    Daniel GarciaIl y a heure

    I really enjoy ur videos started watching your channel since u started this project

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    rich kelsheimerIl y a heure

    Drop visor dual 8"s

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    Florida JeepingIl y a heure

    Drop visor....big ass flat bumper.....gotta have dual stacks......been watching channel since the start man keep up the content love the vids man

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    gac914Il y a heure

    Eight inch duels, dropped visor, and big bumper without lights, (after all, you're not going to be that worried about fuel mileage, as that bumper will make it a Prairie Schooner." You are saying "Budd" wheels, but by the look of your studs, (AND the pilot areas on your wheels, you have "Hub-Piloted", or "Uni-Mount" wheels. Budds can be identified by an inner and outer lug nut, and a beveled hole in the wheel. Uni-Mount is a single LARGE nut, with a built-in flange washer as part of the nut, and a "straight-through" hole in the wheel, AND the inner hole of the wheel actually rides on the flat areas of the hub, (hence the "Hub-Piloted Wheels.) With that being said, remember that a Uni-Mount lug nut, especially with aluminum wheel(s) requires a torque of 475 foot. pounds MINIMUM.!!!!!! That's a LOT, and requires a large honkin' torque wrench! DO NOT let anyone tell you you don't need to tighten them that much. Loose torque is very dangerous, and also destructive to the wheels and studs!!

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    Tom WrightIl y a heure

    I like your ideas. 22" bumper with no lights, gangster visor cut with tiny LED clearance lights, Huge pipe slung to the ground with a side pipe style opening......

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    RichieB76Il y a heure

    I'd polish up the standard bumper, You got to have Dual Exhausts, And a Drop Visor.

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    RavenIl y a heure

    I didn't see them put any grease on the new bearings, and that kinda worries me a little

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    Blake HallIl y a heure

    8” chrome single stack, drop visor, drop bumper

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    KevinIl y a heure


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    Jo SimonIl y a heure

    Don put the brakes on that axle in less time than it took me to watch him do it.

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    Gabe BellingerIl y a heure

    do twin chrome flat top 8 inch pipes

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    Justin ThomasIl y a heure

    Those are 1/4 fenders lol