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Old 05-16-2018, 12:43 PM
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Default Re: Tincup Tucker

and the color of money is green via the color orange

FYI, this tucker was painted yellow, before it became a cash cow
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Rigid products are sweet. Been looking at a curved 42 with amber filter for mine. Once I get past the sticker shock but it is a one time lifetime purchase.

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Rigid products are sweet. Been looking at a curved 42 with amber filter for mine. Once I get past the sticker shock but it is a one time lifetime purchase.

Tin Cup has the Tucker blues
Rigid makes the best LED light bar product period! We’ve been running them offroad for years and they work great. A tip on the curved bars - they look kinda weird mounted to a flat/straight surface. A 30” or 40” straight bar with a 4” cube on both sides really works well in that application.
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:53 AM
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It looks Fabulous, lights and all. I am envious
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Old 05-18-2018, 01:11 PM
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next up, you should go for a wrap on the tow rig, matching rims for both truck and trailer, lots of lights, and the trailer should get a serious upgrade on the looks and lights, oh, the lights should be done so they show off the tin cup tucker when it is on the trailer, let-r-rip, hee haw....
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