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Old 10-12-2011, 02:07 PM
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exactly what i had in mind lol...i dont know but to me that looks sic as hekk!
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Holy crap. Why do those tires even have stems? There's no room for the air.
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Wow. Those wheels are really stupid looking.
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They look like pizza platters

I'm diggin' the dually.
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Yeah, that one's a little ridiculous anyway, but the point stands for the more "tasteful" lifts as well. You're just asking to carve up someone's bumper when trying to maneuver around - It takes all of 2 seconds to pull the pin and toss the hitch in the back. Just do it!

If you know its there, you won't hit anything with it. I leave mine in 100% of the time. It keeps me thinking about it so when I walk around other trucks I automatically step away from the bumper and never get caught with a hitch to the shins. I also use it as a car protector. If someone rear ends me, more than likely I'll be driving away without a scratch.....they might need a new radiator though.
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Ditto. Mine (which admittedly is only 2.5 inch drop) is on all the time as a small car bump stop. Chrome bumpers are expensive.

But I also tow every few days.. So leaving it in makes more sense than for most people
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Haha, that Toyota is great. Looks like something someone might do to **** off a complaining neighbor lol.
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That Toy looks like most of the rig's on the road around here.
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That has to be a result of mental illness, possibly combined with a bad prescription. However, they did park it perfectly straight and centered in the space!
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exactly what i had in mind lol...i dont know but to me that looks sic as hekk!

Heck yeah. I mean the chrome rims is a little much for me *squints* but the tonneau cover looks good on it.

I would rather have the super duty front end on it. Rims that wont make my girlfriend stop and check her hair and I am set.
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Fart cans anyone?
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Here's something thats the good kind of ridiculous!!! Forgot how I found it, but was looking for canvas shells for my truck. It was on a Toyota forum of all places.
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Haha, I saw a dodge drivin today with like a 10" lift and only about 33's...looked so funny, wish I coulda takin a picture, but I was driving.

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