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Hey guys, here's a couple pics of the foreman loaded up in my S10:













It has 26" mudlites and 1" spacers in the rear so they are even with the front.

It also has a spool locker, HID lighting, On-Board air system, Optima Yellow Top battery (in cargo box), and enough recovery gear for about 5 quads.

Enjoy.

-Tim
 

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Nice looking combo' you have there
 

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Your truck and Foreman combo looks sweet. I love the look of those wheels and tires on your S10.

What are the pieces that stick out off the rear bumber of your truck? It looks like they have locks on them. I can't really tell from the pics.

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Thanks for the comments guys.


Those pieces on the rear bumper are for mounting my Highlift Jack, as pictured here:





-Tim
 

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Thanks for all the comments guys!

At the moment, my S10 has a 2" body lift, some longer shackles in the rear, and a torsion bar crank to level it all out.

The tires are 33x12.50-15 Swampers, which actually measure about 14" wide.


This is really the last time the foreman will ever be in the back of my truck, because in about a week, im tearing the truck apart, and swapping in some 1 ton axles. 14bolt full floating rear, and a high pinion dana 60 in the front.

It will be about a foot and a half bigger than what it is right now with the 39" swampers that are going on it.

I'll post up some pics of it next to the foreman when i get it all done.

-Tim
 

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QUOTE ("tim_korn_99":17cogtph)
Thanks for all the comments guys!

At the moment, my S10 has a 2" body lift, some longer shackles in the rear, and a torsion bar crank to level it all out.

The tires are 33x12.50-15 Swampers, which actually measure about 14" wide.


This is really the last time the foreman will ever be in the back of my truck, because in about a week, im tearing the truck apart, and swapping in some 1 ton axles. 14bolt full floating rear, and a high pinion dana 60 in the front.

It will be about a foot and a half bigger than what it is right now with the 39" swampers that are going on it.

I'll post up some pics of it next to the foreman when i get it all done.

-Tim
wow thats insane..looking forward to your next post !
 

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Yeah that's a sweet truck!
 

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The foreman is sweet too .
 

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thats a great combo!!!!
 

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nice lookin' rides - bet it's a tough decision on which one you're gonna take 4-wheelin'! i'm the opposite of a676man, i have a red toyota SR5 pickup with a green foreman crammed in the bed!
 

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my friend just did a solid axle conversion to his s-10, it took him a while, but in the then it looks sweet, in all it has 11 inches of lift all suspension, with 36 micky tompsons, but he is buying 38s for it, and maybe going up another 6 in. but ur combo with truck and wheeler is awesome!
 

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SWEET TRUCK!!
 

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I have a 00 S10 4X4. Were you worried about the rear window breaking with a quad in the back?

I made a custom wooden ledge/ramps to fit my Rancher 420 in there.

I have it so that the planks are the same height as the wheel wells so that the front wheels do not get a chance to go down the backside and my winch smashes the back window. You drive in and up the wheel well ramps and stay at that height, I have a block in place so you cant go forward to far. I also cannot close the tail gate but that's fine.

How is your set up with regards to getting the quad in the box - any more pics?

Is that Herculiner on the side? I have 2 gallons to do the box and the sides also. I am toying with the idea of putting some Bushwacker Street Flares on the fenders to go with some 18" Centerlines I may buy.

Looks good
 

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Sweet set up Tim, Landrew makes a good point about watching the back glass, My buddy was loading up his Foreman one day, and boom the winch took out the back glass. Kinda sucked cause we had a 300 mile trip to get back home and it was 5 degrees out. Burrrr!
 
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