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Old 02-10-2008, 01:38 PM
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Hey any of you guys in this area know a good place to seel a truck bed toolbox, think it is to big for ebay...Sorry for the highjack but was pretty sure it was gone already!
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LOL okay. I thought I may have pissed some of you off. I can just get going and, yeah. blahblahblah. And yes parking a truck is a bummer. Especially a long bed crew cab.....that's lifted! And I think everyone that's got a big truck like us has a little redneck in all of us. Some are just more curtious than others...when it comes to driving and traffic and respect. Whew. I think I'm done guys.
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LOL okay. I thought I may have pissed some of you off. I can just get going and, yeah. blahblahblah. And yes parking a truck is a bummer. Especially a long bed crew cab.....that's lifted! And I think everyone that's got a big truck like us has a little redneck in all of us. Some are just more curtious than others...when it comes to driving and traffic and respect. Whew. I think I'm done guys.
I resent that!................................Now I have to go a corner and think about why I said that............
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