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Lift kit advice?

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On 4/28/2020 at 9:53 PM, Mike Sams said:

Lift kits are for those with tiny dicks. Theres no practical use other then making your truck top heavy and less fuel efficient 

This forum is about modding trucks. Why do you even visit here if you ****** about someone asking about modding their truck?

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8 minutes ago, Rock said:

This forum is about modding trucks. Why do you even visit here if you ****** about someone asking about modding their truck?

Can you smell what the ROCK is cookin?????

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