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35 minutes ago, miker2702 said:

I can build it, I can pay cash for it, but I would not drive it.

don't take it personally. if you don't like mine and tell me

its no big deal.

So then it’s the first, it doesn’t work with your tastes in style. Which is fine because I didn’t build it for you so everyone has a right to there opinion on what looks good. Just don’t say “the look doesn’t work in the country”, just say “I like less  aesthetically pleasing vehicles” I totally understand that I got a couple guys that work for me that love to run into shit with their trucks for new scrapes and dents, strap light bars everywhere and go throw mud at each other in empty fields bro’n out. They don’t ride so hot or see much attention from the opposite sex but to each their own! Cheers 

 

Side note: since you can obviously build a substantial truck and have no problems affording a vast array of modifications yet would never so much as be seen driving my truck please share a photo of you full build driver so I can see where I went wrong.

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must be a city thing that look just don't work in the country

So how does this.......
I can build it, I can pay cash for it, but I would not drive it.
don't take it personally. if you don't like mine and tell me
its no big deal.

Equate to this.....?

How would you not liking it have anything to do with not working in the country, whatever that means??


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Im an old soul.
And a big believer of "if you dont have anything nice to say"...
Unfortunately, this doesnt happen often enough on the interwebs


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Just now, jimmyboy8301 said:


So how does this.......

Equate to this.....?

How would you not liking it have anything to do with not working in the country, whatever that means??


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Gee. Check out stryker suspension s. Local guy builds some amazing rides. Brand new trucks cuts all suspension out and adds some amazing new set ups. Stop and talk to him he shows me around I'm floored by the custom work. I ask who buys these and most are out of town guys etc. I've seen several go out on trailer s. Back to point you just don't see that type set up in my area...the super wide low profile look just not that popular.

Is it growing some what maybe.

Most off road guys don't run the low profile set up. Not talking new trucks at royal blue but beat up trucks made for off road work don't have that look....

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Gee. Check out stryker suspension s. Local guy builds some amazing rides. Brand new trucks cuts all suspension out and adds some amazing new set ups. Stop and talk to him he shows me around I'm floored by the custom work. I ask who buys these and most are out of town guys etc. I've seen several go out on trailer s. Back to point you just don't see that type set up in my area...the super wide low profile look just not that popular.
Is it growing some what maybe.
Most off road guys don't run the low profile set up. Not talking new trucks at royal blue but beat up trucks made for off road work don't have that look....

You’re comparing apples to oranges, beat up trucks (your words) to brand new 50k+ trucks. again what does you not seeing or liking that setup have to do with it not working?


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Now this I’ve heard and smile at before. The “low profile look” now I realize that we have now gone more Opinion based then fact-based but a fact is is that my truck came stock with 20s & 275/55r20 on it and I put 22s & what’s basically a 35 which has a 6.5 inch side wall vs 6 stock and is 3 inchs larger than stock overall so how is that low profile?  Low profile means a decrease in size not an increase. And as far as being wider, well as far as I know most “off-road” people don’t want pizza cutters in mud. But like I said just post a picture of your rig so I know what works in the country.

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On ‎1‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 5:48 PM, wahooper1 said:

why is my picture upside down????

THIS IS WAHOOPER1's TRUCK!! 2015 sierra 4x4 z71 motofab 3" front stock rear. 22x12 -44 ballistic rage and 33x12.5x22 nitto trail grappler

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5 hours ago, jimmyboy8301 said:

50e1d4b17ee4cb41cba8a3927bff0a09.jpgi have 33/22 combo and mine seems to work just fine even though i don’t live in the city lol. My wheels are also most likely stronger than the other guy lol

 

 

 

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I like it.

city country I don't care it's a good looking setup. And I really am not a fan of white but that looks sweet.

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I like it.
city country I don't care it's a good looking setup. And I really am not a fan of white but that looks sweet.

Thanks!


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4 hours ago, CovetedStyle said:

So then it’s the first, it doesn’t work with your tastes in style. Which is fine because I didn’t build it for you so everyone has a right to there opinion on what looks good. Just don’t say “the look doesn’t work in the country”, just say “I like less  aesthetically pleasing vehicles” I totally understand that I got a couple guys that work for me that love to run into shit with their trucks for new scrapes and dents, strap light bars everywhere and go throw mud at each other in empty fields bro’n out. They don’t ride so hot or see much attention from the opposite sex but to each their own! Cheers 

 

Side note: since you can obviously build a substantial truck and have no problems affording a vast array of modifications yet would never so much as be seen driving my truck please share a photo of you full build driver so I can see where I went wrong.

Ok. With your tire wheel set up would you go up  a old logging road maybe gravel maybe not two or three miles into the woods to a tree stand ? Would you head to the wood line going to cut fire wood ? Why would I want to head to a remote boat ramp in North Carolina pulling my 50k bass boat throwing mud and rocks all over it ? Would you hook up a trailer to the rock quarry for a couple tons of gravel maybe going a mile on a gravel road to get loaded. In my area when it snows they may cover some area's in gravel hows the body panels going to look after back and for for a few days ? What does the opposite sex have to do with my truck. Odd statement. I'm thinking work mainly in my truck your wanting to impress the opposite sex ?

 

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20x10 -24 American truxx vortex and 33/12.50/20 Toyo RTs

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36 minutes ago, miker2702 said:

Ok. With your tire wheel set up would you go up  a old logging road maybe gravel maybe not two or three miles into the woods to a tree stand ? Would you head to the wood line going to cut fire wood ? Why would I want to head to a remote boat ramp in North Carolina pulling my 50k bass boat throwing mud and rocks all over it ? Would you hook up a trailer to the rock quarry for a couple tons of gravel maybe going a mile on a gravel road to get loaded. In my area when it snows they may cover some area's in gravel hows the body panels going to look after back and for for a few days ? What does the opposite sex have to do with my truck. Odd statement. I'm thinking work mainly in my truck your wanting to impress the opposite sex ?

 

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You are correct there are definitely things that people do with trucks in life that I probably wouldn’t use this truck as a first choice for but that’s not necessarily because of the wheel and tire set up. Can it do it physically yes it can. The entire property behind my shop is all loose gravel and that’s where all our storage is and yah I got chips, I pull vehicles out of all types of fields and hillside on trailers all the time. Drop and grab your bass boat no problem. And yes it gets dirty, and muddy and it’s got rock chips and blemishes but then she sure does clean up nice in the end. And that’s what I was referring to with the opposite sex comment, it’s nice to be able to work hard and still turn a ladies head when you’ve cleaned up nice. It more of a reference to the trucks that can’t be cleaned up because they’re so beat. And honestly I’m not even knocking those truck because the guys that drive’m love’m.

Regardless I understand it’s not your style of pickup and that is fine as can be. I just want to see the level, time & money that you’re building with your own personal truck that makes you feel country strong.

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Ok. With your tire wheel set up would you go up  a old logging road maybe gravel maybe not two or three miles into the woods to a tree stand ? Would you head to the wood line going to cut fire wood ? Why would I want to head to a remote boat ramp in North Carolina pulling my 50k bass boat throwing mud and rocks all over it ? Would you hook up a trailer to the rock quarry for a couple tons of gravel maybe going a mile on a gravel road to get loaded. In my area when it snows they may cover some area's in gravel hows the body panels going to look after back and for for a few days ? What does the opposite sex have to do with my truck. Odd statement. I'm thinking work mainly in my truck your wanting to impress the opposite sex ?
 
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Would you want to maybe not, could you? 100% and with the fox setup it would handle it with ease.


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Just now, CovetedStyle said:

You are correct there are definitely things that people do with trucks in life that I probably wouldn’t use this truck as a first choice for but that’s not necessarily because of the wheel and tire set up. Can it do it physically yes it can. The entire property behind my shop is all loose gravel and that’s where all our storage is and yah I got chips, I pull vehicles out of all types of fields and hillside on trailers all the time. Drop and grab your bass boat no problem. And yes it gets dirty, and muddy and it’s got rock chips and blemishes but then she sure does clean up nice in the end. And that’s what I was referring to with the opposite sex comment, it’s nice to be able to work hard and still turn a ladies head when you’ve cleaned up nice. It more of a reference to the trucks that can’t be cleaned up because they’re so beat. And honestly I’m not even knocking those truck because the guys that drive’m love’m.

Regardless I understand it’s not your style of pickup and that is fine as can be. I just want to see the level, time & money that you’re building with your own personal truck that makes you feel country strong.

Well there's a 93 2500 9 inches of lift. 454 Clark 5 speed on 37s.

Driven little.  Very little....

1991 silverado 120k.

2004 Silverado for my son.

2017. 

Country strong? 

 

 

 

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Oh ok.. you have you self a great day :thumbs:

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