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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, May 8, 2005.
I told you my rig could flex!!
its a ford what can we say?
Bubba Ray Boudreaux
Found his new Truggy. Now just how do I get it home?? And how much lift to fit 35 inch rubber on his new toy
"no officer, i wasnt drinking and driving...*burps*"
Told you body lifts were a bad idea....
the guy at the nut and bolt store said those bolts would never break!
Serial Dana60aholic Mountainexplorer strikes again.
pardon me occifer!
"You see,I was trying to stretch it into a "Crew Cab" when suddlenly my winch cable snapped,and...."
"Damm!--brand new intersrtate battery too--"
"And you were worried about the hockey puck body lift!"
hmmmm,wonder if thats a somerset MA police car--thats only 10 miles away from me--looks like thier cruiser!
When ya gimme them "explosive" bolts ya stole from that there NASA place fer my body lift, ya said "explosive" was the brand name and they was strong enough to stand up to a explosion!
You was a talkin' out yer arse, wan't ya?
Battery to the right of truck is side post, a GM specialty and the cowl strangely looks like the one on my little blazer. It's an S10 guys, I'm sorry to say.
I thought it was from the shape of the hood and the mirrors, I had a '89 for a short while. Glad mine didn't fly all to 'ell!
**** I dropped my sprite!
Now I can spray the back of the cab flat black to match the rest of the truck.
I know yall have seen the ford commercial, bu it fits so well here:
"This bolt is made from hardened alloy steel. 8 of them connect the cargo box to the frame on the F-150"......in the background the truck is hanging from the ceiling by only 1 of those bolts with a guy standing under the truck. Hmm, maybe he should move.
the hood alone give it away
"Timmay had some real problems trying to set up his own Tough Truck Challenge and the local authorities had to get involved."
Now that you are done searching my car for drugs, would you be a pal and put it back together officer?
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