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Old 07-22-2018, 07:47 PM
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Too Much Bling

Spotted this thing just north of Houston. Too much??



 
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Old 07-22-2018, 08:40 PM
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Way too flashy for me.

I'm not much into DWR trucks but I saw one sitting on a lot near Des Moines IA that actually was a nice build. It was an F450 Plantinum with a Kelderman suspension, some 22" American Force wheels and a heavy duty front and rear bumper.
 
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Old 07-23-2018, 04:21 AM
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head down to McAllen Texas area... more then a few like that...

BIG MONEY Toy Trucks. my opinion.
 
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Old 07-23-2018, 04:50 AM
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I love duallys but it would be gone about the third time I crawled up into it.
 
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Old 07-23-2018, 06:36 AM
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I love duallys but it would be gone about the third time I crawled up into it.
same here... BUT

19.5 or 22 inch wheels....... I am 6'3"... and my stock 250 with 17" is the limit for me without climbing.. I had to add a step for the wife..
 
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Old 07-23-2018, 07:44 AM
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I'm not a Chevy fan, but if it gets the job done for the guy, then good for him!
 
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Old 07-23-2018, 10:22 AM
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I don't believe that is a Chevy , and this seems to be the trend everywhere right now.
I don't like the low profile tires , 30 something inch rims , and wheels sticking out of the body look at all .
 
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I'm not a Chevy fan, but if it gets the job done for the guy, then good for him!
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I don't believe that is a Chevy.
2017+ Ford Superduty (tow mirrors and door handles give it away).
 
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Originally Posted by edjunior View Post
Spotted this thing just north of Houston. Too much??

I would have added flares for those tires. Whats too much bling? Big house? Expensive shoes? Fancier wheels? Carpet instead of vinyl floors? I love lifted trucks lol. Had them since I was sixteen. I think it looks sweet, provided it's built SAFELY. The thing is, they make these trucks already look so good from the factory a lift and tires will make it look pretty blingy anyways. I agree with that. Keeps the aftermarket thriving with jobs. This is the truckers dream, be creative. Cheers.
 
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Is that grill from an escalade?
 
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Originally Posted by jimmystoys View Post
I would have added flares for those tires. Whats too much bling? Big house? Expensive shoes? Fancier wheels? Carpet instead of vinyl floors? I love lifted trucks lol. Had them since I was sixteen. I think it looks sweet, provided it's built SAFELY. The thing is, they make these trucks already look so good from the factory a lift and tires will make it look pretty blingy anyways. I agree with that. Keeps the aftermarket thriving with jobs. This is the truckers dream, be creative. Cheers.
agree 100%.

I wonder what that fellow thought when he saw the OP's truck?
 
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Old 07-24-2018, 05:08 PM
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I'm just disappointed that no one saw the humor in my first post....
 
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I got it JKRU but it took a minute lol
 
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Old 07-24-2018, 05:54 PM
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I'm just disappointed that no one saw the humor in my first post....
<gigglesnort> I had to go back and read it again. I get it now! <gigglesnort>
 
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Originally Posted by jimmystoys View Post
I would have added flares for those tires. Whats too much bling? Big house? Expensive shoes? Fancier wheels? Carpet instead of vinyl floors? I love lifted trucks lol. Had them since I was sixteen. I think it looks sweet, provided it's built SAFELY. The thing is, they make these trucks already look so good from the factory a lift and tires will make it look pretty blingy anyways. I agree with that. Keeps the aftermarket thriving with jobs. This is the truckers dream, be creative. Cheers.
I guess I can agree with that. It's the old "to each his own". And at least he is using his as a truck.
 
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