View Full Version : Beauty and the Beast

07-22-2008, 07:58 PM
Well, the Bighorn is BEAUTY naturally, and the truck is THE BEAST! lol

Finally got the bed liner in and the hitch installed....

I gotta GO someplace!!!

Donna ;)


Tom of Ypsi
07-22-2008, 08:34 PM
Nice looking setup. Get out there and enjoy.

Ray LeTourneau
07-22-2008, 08:45 PM
Good Lookin Rig Steve & Donna. Almost as good as ours:D:D:D:D. Nah, just kidding. It looks every bit as good as ours. Now, GO CAMPING!

07-22-2008, 08:49 PM
Nice looking outfit,should tow like a dream.Have a ball.:)

07-22-2008, 10:47 PM
Y'all ain't gone yet:confused::D

Looks great but ya gotta get some rear flaps and a skirt on the TV to protect that Bighorn and keep the trailer clean and chip free. Need a Valley Industries Monster Ball too to make people ask you what you haul with that thing LOL.

P.S. TV Needs a deer slayer too. Ain't tried it on bambi yet but it works great killing bugs. A real PITA to clean the front of the truck now.

Yep I can help you and DH spend lots of $$$$ on toys for the new TV. Have a safe trip on your new adventure.


07-22-2008, 10:59 PM
Oh yeah, Mike, you're a BIG help. I think I'm safe unless I show him your post! He has said he'd be getting mud flaps of some sort. Maybe I'll have to show him your pictures after all, that big ball is funny. We leave for a month but not until Aug. 15th. We're hoping to get out for a 2 nighter at least. I actually drove it today! Thanks all for your comments.

Donna :)

07-22-2008, 11:04 PM
Hi pmmjarrett[Mike] What is the name of your grill guard? I would be interested in ordering one like that. thanks TRAVELER07[Rick]

07-22-2008, 11:22 PM
Hehehehe..... I can help empty a bank account and max a credit card in no time. I have about $3000 invested in outfitting this truck for what I do and I did all the labor myself...... Havn't even put air bags or a Kelderman air ride suspention on this one yet either.

Seriously, The flaps for the rear wheels are really needed, a dually kicks a lot of stuff up.

That Monster Ball was worth every penny of the $50 they cost for the laughs I get out of it by people that don't know better. I love parking at Walmart near the doors and sitting on the bench watching people do a double take and then walk back to inspect it until curiosity gets the best of them and they just have to touch it to see if it's real monly to shake their heads and walk away when they discover it's plastic when it moves a little.

07-22-2008, 11:25 PM
hilarious! And yes, Steve loves it!

07-22-2008, 11:30 PM
Hi pmmjarrett[Mike] What is the name of your grill guard? I would be interested in ordering one like that. thanks TRAVELER07[Rick]

That is "The Rancher" by Go Industries (http://www.autoanything.com/grille-guards/60A2350A0A0.aspx?kc=YSSPPRO) I found it to be a perfect fit and like it. Heaviest duty guard I could find short of going to a Ranch Hand bumber or something similar and the only one I could find with a screen in front of the grill.

I bought it at Autoanything.com. Highly recommend, have bought many things from them over the past few years. They will match prices with competitors. Ended up getting mine for $540 shipped when a competitor had it on sale for fathers day;)

07-24-2008, 10:38 PM
Sweeeet rig! Now hit the road and have a good time with it.