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Old 04-19-2009, 02:11 AM
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Check out the paint and lift on this rig!

I spotted this on a lot in searcy.. yea it's a 5.4, but that paint and lift are awesome.

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Old 04-20-2009, 01:32 AM
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That's freakin huge. I wonder how much lift it takes for the lowest body panel to clear 44's. I like the detail of the paint job.....but I think it's a little cheesy too.
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Old 04-21-2009, 08:00 AM
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I have not seen that truck. Must be someone working on the gas rigs from out of state. It looks like maybe a texas license plate on the front.

Nice Lift. Of course I would need a sky track to get in it!

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Old 04-22-2009, 03:33 PM
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Hell, I'd need a sky track to get in it!
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Cool STEPLADDER ANYONE.....
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I have not seen that truck. Must be someone working on the gas rigs from out of state. It looks like maybe a texas license plate on the front.

Nice Lift. Of course I would need a sky track to get in it!

jimbo

Its on a lot for sale. Yeah its a bit too redneck-ish for me too. Can you imagine the looks you'd get if you drove that thing through Little Rock?
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looks neat, but totally show truck only. That thing is so top heavy it's not even funny. It'd be all you could do to keep that thing upright. Years ago when I was turning wrenches at a jeep dealership, we used to get silly things like that in as trades every once in a while. People would spend a fortune building them, then they'd be scarred to drive the things, and they'd trade them in on a real 4x4 that actually worked. It's a real chore getting in and out of some of those things
. My 3 year old would sure love to have the thing though, it would go great with his monster truck training pants
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Old 04-25-2009, 03:32 PM
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...Years ago when I was turning wrenches at a jeep dealership... ...and they'd trade them in on a real 4x4 that actually worked...
A cheep jeep that actually worked? Even w/the plastic valve cover?

Couldn't help myself.

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Sorry but I have to, I'm not originally from here. It just made me wonder if it has the deliverance theme song as the horn sound. Park that baby in the wrong town and that paint job may have some new key stripes.

I'm going the opposite direction, lower and faster.
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Driving a truck like that is all about getting noticed. Years ago my husband and I had a Chevy ( live and learn ) shortbed with a 4" lift and 44" mudders on it. We lived up north at the time and it was a blast to take mudding or very handy to just get thru the snow! Granted jumping into a truck no longer appeals to me, but when you are young....
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