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    New mighty max

    Hey guys. New to the site. Just picked up a mighty max. This makes the third one I've owned life these trucks. I got lots of plans for it just to cold to get out and work on it.
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    Welcome to the nut house. Looks like you got someone abandoned project, hope you get it finished. Post pic's of the project as you go along.

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    Welcome aboard, as for nut houses...this only refers to north of the USA, in other words...CANADA, lol.
    Anyway, looks like you have a nice project. Actually if your going to project a mini-truck, Mitsubishi has the best styled bodies out there. Explore the forum and get comfortable. Ask questions, or respond to them if you know the answer. No one is shy here as you have already met our Fordubishi V8 guy. Everyone has knowledge about these trucks here and most of them are living in them. Glad to see another truck join, enjoy.

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    Welcome, look like you picked up a good project. Be sure to keep us updated with a build thread or something.
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    It looks alittle like project stk truk from minitruckin. Nice...and welcome.

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    I seen this one on craigslist. Get it up and running! Looking forward to see you get started on it.

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    glad to see someone finally picked this truck up. I seen it out at a few shows. Keep us posted on your progress!!

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    Welcome......., kewl looking little truck/project

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    Thanks guys I'm looking forward to this. I'll post more pics once the weather warns up and I start I tear down and rebuild. First things first got to get the cab off and sand down the frame and get it painted. The guy who ha it before me used kraylon outdoor clear sealant on the whole frame and I can already see spots under it. So that's got to happen really soon.

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    Well got out and worked on the mighty max this weekend. Cleaned up the firewall and inner fenders. Got they sprayed in self etching primer to keep the metal from rusting any more
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