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Old 10-11-2009, 07:18 AM
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How about pics of just the lowered trucks

I know there won't be that many but again this is one of the best looking trucks lowered ever built. Here is a pic of mine before alot of the work that has been done. It does have a 5"/7" lowering kit, Sir Michaels front bumper, lightning airdam, billet grills. Anyways, I know there have to be many more lowered trucks out there.
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Old 10-12-2009, 06:58 AM
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C'mon people, there has to be some out there.
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I'll add mine.
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Old 10-12-2009, 09:31 AM
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Wow , Sportruk & Niteling . You guys have Awesome Trucks. Nice work.
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No doubt.. Great looking trucks, unbelievable.
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im very suprised to see those trucks on here, it seems everyones very against lowering these trucks, i want to lower mine but until i get out of school i wont have the money to do so
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i have never been a big fan of lowered trucks or yellow...but these two trucks more than just pulled it off. great looking trucks
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Just seems kinda weird that theyre F-150's. Usually its the smaller trucks (Ranger, Lightning). Im against lowering a truck but those do not look too bad.
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Just seems kinda weird that theyre F-150's. Usually its the smaller trucks (Ranger, Lightning). Im against lowering a truck but those do not look too bad.
Last time I checked, Lightnings were F150's.
I don't know why people get so uptight about lowering a truck. If I lived in the country with unlimited back roads to run, I would have a lifted truck that I could beat on. But I live in the city and have no use for a 4x4. My daily driver is an '08 FX2.
The great thing about trucks are the different variations that they can be built. You can do far more to a truck than any car.
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Oops. didnt know they were 150's but then again, with the the hype of the Raptor people bring up the fact that the lightning is the opposite of it I should have known.

Anyhow, Sportruk its all preference. Ive lived near cities where lowered vehicles scrape on every driveway and curb they go over. Not my idea of fun. Lifted isnt for everyone and lowering isnt for everyone. But, personalities do stand out in the trucks. To each his own.
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Awesome Trucks!

What are you running Wolfer, 3/5 ?

Here's mine, nothing special as of right now... just a 2/4... for now anyway lol

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That looks cool. Did you change your truck? I thought it was an 87-91 body style.
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I do like how some trucks look when lowered but the F series doesn't look good lowered to me.
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