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Author:  BayouGirl [ 08 Sep 2009, 10:35 ]
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I didnt think people still lowered their trucks anymore :ugh:

Author:  Mark Peterman [ 08 Sep 2009, 15:40 ]
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I dont mean to be sceptical but it doesnt look right, the light and the shadow are hitting the truck at the same side, im calling Shoop

Author:  Father [ 08 Sep 2009, 15:43 ]
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The front of the truck is clearly dragging on the floor.

Author:  deathsangel654 [ 11 Sep 2009, 09:55 ]
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well since this thread is reborn...

mine is a 05 civic 2dr lx

wifey drives our 08 ford escape xlt

and hopefully soon i won't have her old 00 escort zx2

Author:  ThePot [ 11 Sep 2009, 14:56 ]
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i drive box

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Author:  deathsangel654 [ 11 Sep 2009, 19:41 ]
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The_Pot wrote:
i drive box

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reminds me of the scion xb

Author:  SineDeviance [ 12 Feb 2010, 05:42 ]
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I drive a '95 Jeep Wrangler (YJ) Rio Grande edition.

-2.5L 5-spd
-2" Black Diamond lift
-31" BFG A/T's on 15x5 Cragar Soft-8's
-Rugged Ridge Sport seats
-Carr Rota Lightbar
-4x PIAA HALO-Series Daylighters on the lightbar
-Sylvania SilverStar Ultra headlights
-Custom 3" intake with Speed by Spectre conical filter
-4.0L throttle body swap
-Centerforce Stage I clutch, after next week :D
-Modded axle disconnect so I can get my 4WD on on-the-fly
-Dana 30 front w/ Detroit locker, Dana 35 rear stock, soon to be Dana 44
-Sony Drive-S MP3/WMA headunit (soon to be replaced with a carputer) w/ Sony Xplod 4x7 dash speakers and Alpine S-Series 4.5" speakerbar speakers

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More pics to come as I add stuff...

Author:  Ferox [ 12 Feb 2010, 12:37 ]
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I don't know what makes me giggle more. The fact that I understood most of what you put into that jeep, the fact that I can totally see where you would want/need those mods in the South (or redneck country) or the fact that the first thing I thought of was how much a guy I used to sleep with in Louisiana would love it if his jeep looked like that.

Author:  SineDeviance [ 13 Feb 2010, 12:40 ]
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Ferox wrote:
I don't know what makes me giggle more. The fact that I understood most of what you put into that jeep, the fact that I can totally see where you would want/need those mods in the South (or redneck country) or the fact that the first thing I thought of was how much a guy I used to sleep with in Louisiana would love it if his jeep looked like that.


I think you may have read into it a little too deeply. This is purely recreational. No practicality whatsoever, just like me :rofl:

But uh... it actually does help with all the snow we've had lately. Gotta love these El NiƱo years.

Author:  Ferox [ 13 Feb 2010, 21:54 ]
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Blah blah blah.... we got snow in the South.... yada yada yada.... we can't drive... lol. Sorry man, you're talking to a woman from Minnesota here. That shit is so not needed in snow. How much snow did ya'll get anyway?

Author:  SineDeviance [ 13 Feb 2010, 22:41 ]
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Ferox wrote:
Blah blah blah.... we got snow in the South.... yada yada yada.... we can't drive... lol. Sorry man, you're talking to a woman from Minnesota here. That shit is so not needed in snow. How much snow did ya'll get anyway?


Hey, I only said it helps in the snow. I know it's not necessary or anything. Still, it's fun doing reverse 4WD donuts in a Cul-de-sac covered with snow and ice :D Speaking of ice, it's kinda necessary to have a decent 4WD with all-terrains or mud tires when we get ice around here, which recently, is every day. Where you're at, it's probably cold enough during the day that it just stays snow for a while. Here, it melts a little every day and then becomes a solid sheet of ice again at night.

We got about two, maybe one and a half feet, about two weekends ago. Last weekend we got another six inches to a foot, it basically stacked on whatever hadn't melted from the previous weekend, so that was about 1 and a half feet or so. And last night we got another six inches, all slush.

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