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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by google, Jun 24, 2005.
Yeah, as long as the stock lights are still hooked up, but gay if the stock tail lights are removed. I'm all for making the back of any vehicle easier too see at night. I've been hit from behind late at night because the other driver claims he didn't see my tail lights.
i think it would be straight pimp on a lowered 2wd but nooooooooooooooooo!!!!!! way on a 4x4.
Id almost bet that whoever puts those on a 4x4 will start talking with a lisp within a week.
yeah, a lowered C10 would look sweet with that but anything else wouldn't.
It would be better if it was some old impala tail lights. But that would also require some good chrome work to be done.
Any vehicle part from a car manufactured to send the profit overseas , installed on a Chevy , makes me upset . There are plenty of cool US cars to pirate lights from
I'd think one's personal level of "gayness" would depend almost entirely on your preference in aesthetic sexual characteristics
Almost being the key word.... the rest is based on using this bumper
I think it just looks plain sh!tty. If Your gonna do lights in a rollpan do something small. The whole ideal of a rollpan is to keep things clean. Oh and keep it on a street truck.
YEAH BROTHER TELL IT LIKE IT ****IN IS!!!!!!!!!!!!! THATS WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU!!!! (drunkl)
I think it would be cool. You could wrap a custom tube bumper around it and protect it fairly well. Then fill in the corner tailight housing with some 3/16 steel plate and not worry about sliding into trees and taking out stock taillight housing.
1.) Lowered trucks are the dumbest things I've ever seen in my life. Not to mention they lose ALL functionality. I'm all for leveling out a 2WD and streeting it up a bit, but lowered, now way in hell.
2.) Please never, ever say "straight pimp" again.
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