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New drop hitch

Just ordered this sucker. hope its enough drop I'm sure this will put a pretty good dent in someones hood

http://www.stylinconcepts.com/part.a...y_word=1113act

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That's one way to get rid of tailgaters...lol
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Nice!!! I need one too!!!
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sorry i know this is off topic, but I really like you avatar fxfme...Pretty funny
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Nice man! That is an expensive hitch, but I have never priced Drop hitches.
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Very nice man, it should work out well for ya.
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nice.... still think you should lose the body lift..
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de ja vue (sp?). I was looking at an 8" polished aluminum drop hitch today and was thinking about you. That's the mega 12" one you got?
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Quit bragging Zach, we know you need a huge drop hitch!!!! j/k
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de ja vue (sp?). I was looking at an 8" polished aluminum drop hitch today and was thinking about you. That's the mega 12" one you got?
I've got your mega 12" right here!















































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^^ lol...


my friend just got an adjustable drop hitch for his f350.. it's a reese (spelling?).

i didnt even know they made adjustables before i saw his.. i always assummed they only had set sizes, like the one you posted Zach.

by the way.. what are you pulling??? or is it for having in general..
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de ja vue (sp?). I was looking at an 8" polished aluminum drop hitch today and was thinking about you. That's the mega 12" one you got?

yep thats the 12" er. hehe

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^^ lol...


my friend just got an adjustable drop hitch for his f350.. it's a reese (spelling?).

i didnt even know they made adjustables before i saw his.. i always assummed they only had set sizes, like the one you posted Zach.

by the way.. what are you pulling??? or is it for having in general..

it will only be used when im pulling the bobcat or tractor or just the trailer. i have a much shorter receiver for wheelng/recovery.
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nice.... still think you should lose the body lift..

i realized it was way too much work. if i loose anything it would be the suspension lift. even that requires way to many stock parts that i no longer have.
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Nice, dad just got a 8" Polished alm. drop hitch for the superduty last week!
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Damn looks sweet, i leave my hitch in year round now so if i get rear ended they can eat it........


Since it has such a big surface on it you should get a sticker that says "back off" or something on it.....or hows it taste, lol......

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Damn looks sweet, i leave my hitch in year round now so if i get rear ended they can eat it........


Since it has such a big surface on it you should get a sticker that says "back off" or something on it.....or hows it taste, lol......

Rocky

lol, would be cool but doesnt match my style very well.
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awesome.
that would prob hit cement for most stock trucks..lol
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awesome.
that would prob hit cement for most stock trucks..lol

haha..

i could shoot sparks with my friend haha..
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by the time im done with my truck long enough to settle on the size ill need the 18" or bigger..
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they have 18"ers!
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lol. The only reason you aren't another 6" taller is because you didn't know the 18 existed?
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lol. The only reason you aren't another 6" taller is because you didn't know the 18 existed?

that is true! wtf am i thinkin!
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i said 18" cause i looked to see what the biggest they had was... btw RCD wont be on the ranger for much longer... hehe
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i said 18" cause i looked to see what the biggest they had was... btw RCD wont be on the ranger for much longer... hehe


getting antsy are we?
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sweet beard that is a monster!
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