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Old 07-12-2009, 12:31 PM
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jacked up trucks, who's is biggest?

I was just curious who's truck is lifted the highest, biggest tires, tallest lift, etc?

Lets show some pics, weather your the tallest or not, lets see them!!!
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Here is mine!


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1976 F-250
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Old 07-12-2009, 02:46 PM
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Mine is! ...the 31" tires really get it off the ground!

(sigh). If you post a pic, post some specs on your rig!
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Old 07-12-2009, 02:56 PM
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Jeesh JW, that thing is HUGE!!!! lol thats a great start though, let see them all!!! lol

JW, what are the specs on that beast?
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JW, what are the specs on that beast?
I just edited my post to include some specs.
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Not the biggest. not the best, but here is my junk!

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Do I get points for being street legal? Legal might be pushing it, but I do have current plates...........
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None of them are mine,but here goes: (Description above picture)
1975 F-100,4x4,390-V-8,C-6-Automatic,9"-Rear-End,8'-Feet Tall,42"-off the ground.
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BIG-FOOT #1-Specifications:1974 F-250 Pickup with 1979 body,640 c.i,C-6 Automatic,Axles:5 ton military with hardened axle shafts,14 BIGFOOT Signature Series Shocks,66 x 43 x 25 Firestone Flotation Tires,Height:10'6",Weight:11,000 lbs.
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1977 F-250,4x4,351M-V-8,Manual,46" Mickey Thompson tires,18" lift,VIN:F26HN024713.
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I have many more...
if ya want 'em I can post 'em.
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I thought this was a thread for people to post pictures of their own trucks.
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I thought this was a thread for people to post pictures of their own trucks.
Sorry I don't own a 4x4.
As much as I want to..I don't.
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Not the biggest. not the best, but here is my junk!

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Do I get points for being street legal? Legal might be pushing it, but I do have current plates...........
I'm not a dent side man , but them trucks kick ***
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I like the green one, that thing is sweet!
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What do you think about the newer 92-96 mirrors on the orange dentside? I have the small chrome mirrors on my 79 and hate them. I really don't want to drill more holes to put the western style. So was thinking about the newer ones which are bigger,but install in same place. Nice trucks by the way. Thanks
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What do you think about the newer 92-96 mirrors on the orange dentside? I have the small chrome mirrors on my 79 and hate them. I really don't want to drill more holes to put the western style. So was thinking about the newer ones which are bigger,but install in same place. Nice trucks by the way. Thanks

In early 1999, my truck was burned up in a shop fire. I have restored the truck since
then, but have not been able to find replacement mirrors until now...
maybe you could try these...

https://www.europaspares.com/MIRRORS...740__4210.html

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Do I get points for being street legal? Legal might be pushing it, but I do have current plates...........
I drive my truck on the street.. I have current plates, insurance, mudflaps, mufflers, etc.

I live in Montana, where you don't have to have DOT approved tires.

I have never gotten a ticket for driving my truck on the street, and I do it often.

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77 F-150 , 4" suspension lift , 3" body......38s
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