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Old 06-12-2009
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Well I haven't seen it in person. How can you say that's bad fabrication?
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puuuuuke and sexy at the same time!!
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Well I haven't seen it in person. How can you say that's bad fabrication?
Because it has absolutely no function at all. Its not nice fabrication I saw the truck in person. Its fabrication but nothing about it is nice or above average of anyone who can weld two pieces of metal together.
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It funtions as a show truck. Just like a lowered truck. There's no function to those at all either.
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All I like about that truck is the paint
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That's what she said!
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We all should petition the guy who has this truck to remove the ranger body because its such a disgrace...
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truck is beautiful
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It funtions as a show truck. Just like a lowered truck. There's no function to those at all either.
And the dumbest quote of the year award goes to..........YOU!
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And the dumbest quote of the year award goes to..........YOU!
there is no function of a lowered truck besides looks.
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Not really my style but there is deff some creativity behind that
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And the dumbest quote of the year award goes to..........YOU!
Good one.... Your just mad cause it's true.
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there is no function of a lowered truck besides looks.
Eh, as long as the truck isn't lowered too much, it can still be a daily driver.

I'm pretty sure that the above truck couldn't function as my dd, as I'd hit the bottom of bridges on the way to work. Not functional. And dangerous.

Though it'd probably be the right thing to do to that botched abortion of a truck.
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there is no function of a lowered truck besides looks.
Ohhhh yeah, because better handling and gas mileage don't mean anything.

how is it less functional then a stock or lifted truck? let me know. K thanks
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Ohhhh yeah, because better handling and gas mileage don't mean anything.

how is it less functional then a stock or lifted truck? let me know. K thanks
Ignore comments like his, he has obviously never even rode in a "lowered" truck let alone had to use one for practical function. Back when D. was a member, he was pretty good at proving people with the same attitude wrong (non-politcal).

50% of the trucks here do anything a stock, or lowered Ranger couldn't do, besides drive off the highway to take wheelin' pictures. Ride height has little to nothing to do with practicality. If it did I wouldn't drive a 2wd Sierra, Buick LeSabre, Mark VIII or be building a soon-to-be street truck of a Ranger and live on a farm. Let them speak out their ***, they don't know better.

The Peterbilt I drive everyday at work is lower than stock, guess that makes it a show truck . . . ?
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