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Old 11-07-2011, 06:56 PM   #21
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Hey now dont knock my dodge, that little dakota has been one hell of a good truck. Not one hiccup in 4 years ive had it
Being a "Ford Truck Man" I gotta poke $H!T at the "Dodge Boys"! Its good to see you grew up!
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Old 11-07-2011, 06:58 PM   #22
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Check the auto sections at the cabels and bass pro web sites. I found a pair of them that hang on the backs of the front seats, and have a shell bag at the top of them. One is in my '92 f150, the other is in the wifw's exploder. Velcro closures and padded, no marring or fall out.

BTW, NIce truck!

I need to get one of those gun rack/seat covers for my truck. I also want to get one of those under the rear seat storage compartments...a gun rack and ammo storage case.
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Amazon.com: San Angelo The Original Gun Rack: Sports & Outdoors

Cheapo gun rack.
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Ive seen those back of seat gun holders and thought they were cool, might have to get one now that i got a truck that itll work in. I dont really like the rear window ones anyway cause i got whacked by my fil's wingmaster once when he hit a bump and the rack popped loose. Plus i dont like the idea of hanging a gun in the window for everyone to see, kinda says, hey look come knock out my window and steal my gun.

Ive always liked fords and dodges, never really cared much for chevys. Are there any problems with these f150's i should watch out for?
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Sweet ride, i like the looks of yours better than the new ones, the front end looks like they ran out of ideas after 50yrs of building them, and just said screw it...
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Yeah i like this one the best...and the best thing, my bersa .380 fits perfectly in the overhead bin...cool
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