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pogrelis97

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About pogrelis97

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  • Name
    Ben
  • Location
    St. Louis
  • Drives
    2016 2500LTZ
  1. I put 2in drop shackles and sumosprings on mine. Truck sits level and rides great.
  2. I daily drive a Ford Ranger, my Chevy only comes out when I need to pull the skid loader, boat, camper, go to church, or date nights. (assuming it's not raining or snowing) It lives a pampered life inside the shop. I've had it almost 2 years and just rolled 15k.
  3. That custom enclosure is awesome!! I have one of these under my back seat http://www.jlaudio.com/acs110lg-tw1-car-audio-powerwedge-amplified-subwoofer-systems-93334 It sounds awesome, but now I wish I would have went with the 12" to get a little more sound. I may put the 10 in my other truck and get the 12 eventually.
  4. So, I bought a ford...

    76 with a 78 grill, don't ask me why.
  5. So, I bought a ford...

    But it's pretty awesome and the Chevy isn't going anywhere!
  6. Lets See Some Towing Pics!

    Thanks! I just finished it, first trip is in a couple weeks so we shall see how it does!
  7. My vote would be for a used commercial walk behind with a 36-48in deck. You should have no problem finding one in good shape for $2k with a sulky so you can ride behind it instead of walk. They will last forever on your yard.
  8. I wouldn't worry about it in a truck or anything that regularly goes through a tank of gas. I wouldn't put it in a boa though and I try not to put it in any small engines if possible.
  9. I bet it was delivered on a semi that saw road salt somewhere along its trip.
  10. Yup, I'm between wright city and Foristell. Just down the road from Cedar Lakes Winery. If you've never been there I'd go, just make sure you have a DD lol
  11. I also have this sub and highly recommend it. fits perfect under the back seat. If you do go this route I would tie into the factory amp wiring not the rear speakers, I couldn't get mine to sound good until I did this.
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