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Discussion in 'Southeast Region' started by clarkjw24, Jun 27, 2006.
Whats this look like?
Not bad for a Ford............... Nah, like I told you earlier, it is a gem. It probably is a good thing I didn't drive it or I would have tried to sell you my Duramax....
looks pretty good for a ford but ....... dont tell anyone i said that
Nice towrig. Very clean.
Damn, sweet truck, you might have to paint your trail rig now.
Very Nice Only draw back is that it is a FORD.
I know I was one to say it was a Ford too, but this is one of those trucks you would have to see to appreciate. I looked at it today and I was starstruck from it. I am a die hard GM person but I would proudly drive this thing around town. Updated front clip on it and the interior is perfect on this. I don't think John's wife will let him drive it if he has been working on his truck. I sure wouldn't want to mess up the interior.
Nice ride John..........that's a mighty fine "towrig"!
Oh..................did it come with a siren and flashing red lights?
Who wants to race?
Nice looking truck, hopefully you dont have any problems with that 6.0....
Haha, its got a 7.3. Its a super clean 2002 with 2006 badges/grille/lights,etc.
So what have you picked out from the BANKS site for it. Hmmm.... Dual Turbo
Nothing for atleast a year, until I find some toy money. Right now it get the basics, fuel, rear tires, and a gooseneck ball.
BRING IT ON FORD BOY.......
Yall might have me on the track in stock form.
What locker can you put in the front of those HD's?
Dang that is a sweet truck! I cant stand post 72 turds, but those hood/grilles.....................they make me touch m..........................they are B. A.!
Lockrite or ARB
Oh nice on the front clip swap, you gots the best of both worlds, new looks and good motor..
Well, I got the truck home today. Man I love it. I left this morning at 7:30 and made the 4 1/2 hour trip......one way.....on my motorcycle. Its was fun and an experience but I could have done without the numbness. My throttle hand, arse, and jollies kept going numb. Got there at 12:00, bs'd awhile then loaded the bike on the back and started home around 1:30. Got to work at 5:15 so I'm on the night shift tonight. It was all worth it though.
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