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Old 06-17-2009, 09:13 PM
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In true FTE fashion.....

I picked up another truck...lol...just what I needed. I'm sure of it. But since my 66 is apart, prob for the summer, I needed something to tow the bikes and the pwc...so I picked up a 97 F350 crew cab long bed 4x4. She's rough, but runs great. I've never really had a big ol crew cab before, but I really dig it! Guess I'll have to hit pick a part for some bits. And round up some cool wheels and tires. But so far, it's BIG fun!
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Old 06-18-2009, 11:38 AM
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Congrats on the new ride, watch out, once you have all that space it's hard to do without it!
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Congrats!! You know we want to see pics..
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Have fun with it.
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I'll post some pics when I can. I do kinda this big ol truck. I've never had a four door before. I guess there is a bit of an issue with the steering that I'm working on. Got a nice Kemwood and Sirius to put in, too. I'm considering a lift, but I don't want to make it un usable as a truck. I've loaded bikes in the back of lifted trucks before and it can be challenging. Looking at some exhaust stuff, some other go fast stuff, and some cool rims and big knobby tires as well. Dang, this could be addictive....lol
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Congrats on the new ride, watch out, once you have all that space it's hard to do without it!
Oh yeah, this is true. When I use my 74 Highboy these days I can't believe how quickly it fills up with crap. It's nice having a back seat to throw stuff. I'm spoiled with my crew cab, no doubt.
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