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Old 07-13-2009, 05:02 PM
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What wheel and tire combo is on that truck?
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hey everyone this is kinda of topic but i am looking for a video on here to show a friend.. its the one where the guy in the big lifted 78/9 ford that jumps a couple cars and then when he gets over them he throws it in reverse and jumps them backwards..it was on a thread here pretty recently I think and i saw it just a few days ago.. but now i cant find it.. if anybody know the vid please send me the link
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Gah! Renton! It's been years since I've driven through that city - Used to work in Kent and drive to Renton to go to my favorite tavern (The Detour) - As I recall, Renton is comprised almost entirely of one-way streets (or, at least, it seemed that way) I'll bet driving that monster through there was fun lol...
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hey everyone this is kinda of topic but i am looking for a video on here to show a friend.. its the one where the guy in the big lifted 78/9 ford that jumps a couple cars and then when he gets over them he throws it in reverse and jumps them backwards..it was on a thread here pretty recently I think and i saw it just a few days ago.. but now i cant find it.. if anybody know the vid please send me the link
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What wheel and tire combo is on that truck?
Yeah, Pops truck is,,,,,,,,,,,,well,,,,,,a couple of years in the works, Actually the truck has been a member of the family since 1978.

Tire and wheel combo is a 42" IROK with a 12" beadlock wheel, and some dumb hope.
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Stay in school and learn a good trade that will keep you employed anywhere in the world. What you do with those skills will depend upon you and this will dictate your income.
I took this advice from my pops and he taught us (brother and I) how to weld, and work on cars as well as working with out hands. We can drywall hang doors, heak we can build a house. Welding provided us with the ability to earn money, and this developed into decent fabrication skills. My point is that we can weld or build some simple things and make a reasonable living, or further develop the skills and build some one off stuff that pays big bucks.
I have a couple of degrees and use them in a field where they provide me a decent income. Im happy and content with two homes and several toys. This means that the "gas money" is only a small part of having fun.
Minimum wage job means that you have to work longer and harder to accomodate some expensive habits.
Learn a trade and stay in school so you have a degree that proves and documents that you are good at, and the money will roll in.
Definitely advice to live by. Took me long enough, and I'm going back to school this Fall for welding and 'Solar Photovoltaic Design and Installation' Only took me 10 years out of high school to realize I don't feel like messing my back up anymore than I have to at this point. And as much fun as it was hauling scrap metal with you and your pops, Ed, I'm looking forward to being able to put the money into my rigs without worrying about rent every month. Good times though, and I do have to visit one of these days.

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hey everyone this is kinda of topic but i am looking for a video on here to show a friend.. its the one where the guy in the big lifted 78/9 ford that jumps a couple cars and then when he gets over them he throws it in reverse and jumps them backwards..it was on a thread here pretty recently I think and i saw it just a few days ago.. but now i cant find it.. if anybody know the vid please send me the link

That was me. I posted that vid. It was a video of my buddy Rob. He is a wild man! IN the off season our local 4 Wheel parts stores put on a little car crush event. Local guys like us get to take out some agression.

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How do you guys get all the cars you crush? Do ya buy old beaters in fields to run over?
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I am sorry to quote such a large post, but does anybody know where to get the stainless steel vent window frames like this thing has on it? I have seen those a time or two before in other pictures, but never seen any in real life.
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Ed, your dads truck is gorgeous ! Thats exactly the look I want for my truck. Id love to know more about that truck. What year is it? ( I think its older than 78 cause of the windshield trim) What motor, rear axle, lift and gears? I was going to stick with 40 inch tires but I just stumbled on an awesome deal on some 44's but I will have to find some 15 inch wheels for them that are 8 lug and fit.
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I am sorry to quote such a large post, but does anybody know where to get the stainless steel vent window frames like this thing has on it? I have seen those a time or two before in other pictures, but never seen any in real life.
Pretty sure LMC has them. Check with NPD and Macs as well.
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Pretty sure LMC has them. Check with NPD and Macs as well.
They only show painted. That SS looks cool. Gotta have it.
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