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I've decided I don't care about the Massachusetts laws. Apparently any modifications are not acceptable here, but lord knows I see enough lifted trucks around. My truck is in the shop now, getting a bds lift and 37" tires. CANT WAIT!!!
Wow... Thats lousy. What about all the sports cars with wider tires? That law doesn't make any sense. I can at least see an argument against loud exhausts, or large lifts... I don't agree with the argument, but I can see where you could complain. Just having a law against bigger tires is dumn.
Lift, exhaust, and tire laws really tick me off.....we have way better things to be "fixing" in our government sysems than stupid petty stuff like this. You could probably attribute like 1 death a year in new england to a lifted truck. It would probably have been the other person's fault, and whatever...this world is rediculous these days. I have to end this or I'll be violating guidelines myself.
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