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iam quoting that from someones sig on here.......dee dee dee...........iam not in denial i dont care for what others think of me or my truck its mine and as some on here mommy and daddy dont buy my **** u dont go see me giving others **** because their particular mod is **** or ****ty.......so whatever.......

travis i will have my tax returns in about 2 weeks so we can schedule pick-up then thanks for waiting on me to get the funds and these bumpers will be in good care and well used
np man. I'm sure you've got big plans for em. =]
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np man. I'm sure you've got big plans for em. =]

i do i just cant wait to get them...i have a guy that is going to modify them if i need to...small mods nothing big...the front will go on as soon as i get back but the back will be a few because its going to need a little modification being that im body lifted...the front i already have a plan to fix the gaps that is going to be there because of the body lift..
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How about you paint the damn thing

primer is the gay
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How about you paint the damn thing

primer is the gay
Go F uck Yourself
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^^well that was uncalled for.......

i think there is a bunch of us that think you should save your money and get the dude painted......but that is up to you...
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^^well that was uncalled for.......
uncalled for? iam not even to go there...that dude is always wanting to stir the pot i have saved instant messages from this guy where he is asking me to start some **** on other peoples threads he seems to enjoy putting people down and trying to start **** and if i get banned for how i feel ban me i dont care

i think its funny where alot of people here want to bash my **** and insult me but have never seen me not once post a insulting comment to them about their truck or whatever........

this same **** happened to that dixie ranger guy that used to be here yall bashed him and he held his ground he was banned and came back then yall kept at it and he just left........which iam doing the same
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^^i agree that he likes to start stuff some times, we all do........but be the bigger person, dont stoop to someone elses level......

i personally dont like your truck....that is MY opinion.....if you or anyone dont like mine or any mods i do to it, then i dont care if you tell me....I DONT BUILD MY TRUCK FOR ANYONE BUT ME!
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^^i agree that he likes to start stuff some times, we all do........but be the bigger person, dont stoop to someone elses level......

i personally dont like your truck....that is MY opinion.....if you or anyone dont like mine or any mods i do to it, then i dont care if you tell me....I DONT BUILD MY TRUCK FOR ANYONE BUT ME!
what is the difference between our trucks?
primer vs your nice paint job
20" wheels vs yours


i personally like your truck its clean like you said i built my truck to my liking and i make a change towards another direction i catch hell for it before i even got to finish explaining what my full motives are......
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^^well besides i can drive over yours ......the ONLY reason i dont like your truck is i am not a fan of big wheels......that is it.....well and the primer

and i dont think those bumpers will look good on your truck....you dont beat it off road and that is really what those are for....o well i will have to wait and see...
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i get hated on all the time.. just deal with it...


get a more agressive tire with the bumpers.. it will look good
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i get hated on all the time.. just deal with it...


get a more agressive tire with the bumpers.. it will look good

no kidding. i get hated just for driving a ranger.
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i can't count how many friends of mine hate with their powerjokes...
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no kidding. i get hated just for driving a ranger.
yea but your ranger is sweet!!
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yeah steven don't let that kinda stuff get to you man... on ANY forum you join, when you're posting up your mods and/or asking for opinions, you're ALWAYS going to have people that don't like like em... but thats kind of the point; to get honest feedback, isnt it? you have to take the good with the bad.
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yeah steven don't let that kinda stuff get to you man... on ANY forum you join, when you're posting up your mods and/or asking for opinions, you're ALWAYS going to have people that don't like like em... but thats kind of the point; to get honest feedback, isnt it? you have to take the good with the bad.
yea man u are right and i understand negative comments but when it turns to personal attacks it gets old
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Steven, Its a Generational thing I think. When I was your age (Like I am an old man ) or actuallly younger, I had a Completely different style than I have now. I look at Vehicles I have owned in th past and think "what the hell was I thinking?" My 88 Ranger had so many stickers on it that I could barely see out the rear window. I had Flex pipe Duals, and I built the ugliest Push bar ever for a truck that was more a street truck. But man I loved it! My First roadmaster had 15x7" steel Chrome american racing wheels and white letter tires, with glass packs, a huge Buick banner across the windshield, every performance brand sticker in the rear window like it was a race car and truck tips on the exhaust. I thought that car rocked, but now if I did the same thing with my Current Buick I would kick my self in the nuts. The majority of us were there once, liked some type of vehicle some type of MOD that we wouldn't be caught dead with today. I Give you major Kudos because you take your transitions of style and put it into the same vehicle. The First time I recall seeing you truck it was a lowrider and had a Complete different character than it does today. Who knows what it will look like tomorrow! Take these peoples opions with a grain of salt. There are plenty of trucks on this website that makes me think, "What are they thinking" But I bet they enjoy it a bunch more than I did with my basically stock truck.

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^ My Best Friend thought that car rocked in High school, but now we joke about it. Wouldn't trade the stories about that car for the world!
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^^yea my 2nd car reminds me of something i look back on and am like WTF was i thinking......
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Steven, Its a Generational thing I think. When I was your age (Like I am an old man ) or actuallly younger, I had a Completely different style than I have now. I look at Vehicles I have owned in th past and think "what the hell was I thinking?" My 88 Ranger had so many stickers on it that I could barely see out the rear window. I had Flex pipe Duals, and I built the ugliest Push bar ever for a truck that was more a street truck. But man I loved it! My First roadmaster had 15x7" steel Chrome american racing wheels and white letter tires, with glass packs, a huge Buick banner across the windshield, every performance brand sticker in the rear window like it was a race car and truck tips on the exhaust. I thought that car rocked, but now if I did the same thing with my Current Buick I would kick my self in the nuts. The majority of us were there once, liked some type of vehicle some type of MOD that we wouldn't be caught dead with today. I Give you major Kudos because you take your transitions of style and put it into the same vehicle. The First time I recall seeing you truck it was a lowrider and had a Complete different character than it does today. Who knows what it will look like tomorrow! Take these peoples opions with a grain of salt. There are plenty of trucks on this website that makes me think, "What are they thinking" But I bet they enjoy it a bunch more than I did with my basically stock truck.

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thanks alot for the kind words man it means alot coming from you.....my first truck was like the one you are talking about with 10 thousand stickers on it of crap i didnt have...lol then i got mine and it was lowrider then lifted...yes i change the style alot but its what makes me happy and some people here dont even give you a chance they just start out bashing you and stuff i dont let it bother me until it turns to personal attacks and stuff like that then i get mad yea iam 19 years old and iam still a kid sort of speak but how many 19 year olds put themself thru school pay for all mods on their truck and own a house as i do? not many...but some here want to start with the immature little kid attack towards me but whatever.......once again thanks man for the kind words!!
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ohh and i put a 9 foot cb antanne on the truck anyone want to hate on that?? hehe
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ohh and i put a 9 foot cb antanne on the truck anyone want to hate on that?? hehe
102" whip is the only way to go. I'll have one(again) as soon as I get a rack on my cap.......and that will happen as soon as it's running. lol
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ohh and i put a 9 foot cb antanne on the truck anyone want to hate on that?? hehe
yes...but i am waiting for pics...haha, just playing man! i like your truck, its different, there arent any on here i dont like....i like to see everyones own style...
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ohh and i put a 9 foot cb antanne on the truck anyone want to hate on that?? hehe

I'll bite. The optimum length of a cb antenna should be around 6 feet for a vehicle? Obviously 4 foot is the standard. So obviously you didn't buy it for performance.

Is this a boat cb antenna whip? I had one and it scratched the top of my roof a little bit. It was rather crappy looking and hit branches like none other.

But whatever floats your boat man. The whole thing is, what group are you in? Show truck? Redneck? Right now you're not offroad enough for people to respect you, but with the primer and 9 foot antenna, show truck guys aren't digging it!

So win the lottery and do all your mods now!

Oh yah, cut that antenna in half.
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I have two or three 102" antenna's (I gave one to Andy, but I can't remember how many I had). I love them! With the right radio, I've found it to be the most superior antenna on the market. Not to mention cheap! They are $12 at radio shack. My Cb days are pretty much over but nothing beats playing CB tag with one of those! You could get so far away from people and there meters would make it look like you are closer. Not to mention I had a boot, so if I really wanted to hide I'd flip that and most people's meters would peg! Not a nice thing to do but I was young and it was fun at the time.

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I say put them on,a guy on my street has a 1997 chevy 1500 with red 20inch wheels and 37inch nitto tries. With the prerunner bars. at first I thought it looked retarted then it grew on me. Now I like they way it looks.
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I'll bite. The optimum length of a cb antenna should be around 6 feet for a vehicle? Obviously 4 foot is the standard. So obviously you didn't buy it for performance.

Is this a boat cb antenna whip? I had one and it scratched the top of my roof a little bit. It was rather crappy looking and hit branches like none other.

But whatever floats your boat man. The whole thing is, what group are you in? Show truck? Redneck? Right now you're not offroad enough for people to respect you, but with the primer and 9 foot antenna, show truck guys aren't digging it!

So win the lottery and do all your mods now!

Oh yah, cut that antenna in half.


i didnt buy it it was given to me it works damn good so i dont care....i also dont care what show guys think either why do i care if people respect me if i offroad or now give me a chance it will be different soon.....
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