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wUT???

After all the money that you just dropped into it?
I know! but we NEED the towing and room of the 150 in florida, and wont be able to afford to keep the ranger.. the military will only pay to ship one vehicle per military member, so i would have to pay the 6K to get the ranger shipped back to the states if ikept it.. WAYY too much.. Thats if i got the 150 here, if i got it in the states, i wouldnt have to pay to ship the ranger, but prob. wouldnt get near as much for it in florida where lifted trucks are a dime a dozen
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always ask high and go lower..to get what you really want...
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if you have paid attention to MOST of my threads, ANY OF THEM WITH ANY INFO ON MY TRUCK, especially the offroading ones, you would know i am in germany lol.
Does anyone notice details like that? One guy so far. Also I don't really click on the pic threads because its the same thing in every thread. Sorry I'm not all up in your business.
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haha, what i want is a bajillion dollars lol..
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Does anyone notice details like that? One guy so far. Also I don't really click on the pic threads because its the same thing in every thread. Sorry I'm not all up in your business.
haha.. well dam, now i dont feel special.. wippersnapper doesnt look at my pic threads lol. and I guess its either being in the military or my 8th grade reading comprehension class that makes me notice details like that when i read things.
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haha.. well dam, now i dont feel special.. wippersnapper doesnt look at my pic threads lol. and I guess its either being in the military or my 8th grade reading comprehension class that makes me notice details like that when i read things.
I think the reason I don't notice certain things is because I don't really care too. I bet you didn't know that I fractured my knee in February,
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I think the reason I don't notice certain things is because I don't really care too. I bet you didn't know that I fractured my knee in February,
haha, i do now:) lol.

no hard feelings man, im just messin.
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Maybe the truck is down here. We don't know what's going on without any info.


nice attempt to be a smart ***...but as usual you fail. You must have taken my post to heart...
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nice attempt to be a smart ***...but as usual you fail. You must have taken my post to heart...
haha owned.. lol..

hey REUBER, you got any experience with TACP's ?
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no, as close to my field as they would come would be the 13F (fire support specialists)( or Fisters) Im a 13B.

Those guys are similiar to our 19D Cav scouts though...you thinking of going that route?
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yeah, there school is in hurlburt field, which is where i am going.. they are attached to infantry units arnt they?

I want to do spec ops, and thats about the most appealing to me from the choices the air force has to offer..
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nice attempt to be a smart ***...but as usual you fail. You must have taken my post to heart...
I'm not being a smartass. Just showing you the facts. I guess its against forum law not to know where everyone is at all time.

I think you are starting to take this internet thing a little to seriously.
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haha you guys make me laugh..

Anyways, i posted the ranger up on a local yardsales website.. have gotten about 20 emails telling me how i have a beautiful truck, and its the nicest ranger they have ever seen, bla bla bla lol.. but no offers yet..
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Ship it to me. I want it.
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if you have paid attention to MOST of my threads, ANY OF THEM WITH ANY INFO ON MY TRUCK, especially the offroading ones, you would know i am in germany lol.
So everyone has to read all your threads to reply about your question? Thats odd. I was about to PM you that I would bring the 8k to Iowa tomorrow, but I'm not flyin to Germany. Not everyone reads every thread.
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haha.. and no, im asking more than 8k for it anyways..
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its a nice truck. should sell quick in a place where that kinda vehicle is rare. and is it me or is the USA and Canada the only countries where ppl mod their trucks w/ lifts and stuff? or any cars for that matter (besides Japan w/ all the ricers..)
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thanks for the compliment. Germany has a bunch of cars that are modded.. they have a bunch of wiered brands though lol.. mostly riced out ****.. and some sick beemers..
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is it me or is the USA and Canada the only countries where ppl mod their trucks w/ lifts and stuff? or any cars for that matter (besides Japan w/ all the ricers..)
i think the lifting and mudding is a more popular thing in north america probably due to red necks and that sort haha, but its like shiza **** and all that the germans are into.. you dont see that over here, with the exception of 2 girls 1 cup but im pretty sure those broads were german anyways
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oh and for the record you can count me as the 2nd person to know james was from germany, and nice truck man sucks you gotta get rid of it but if you want the toys you gotta pay to play! but good luck with the sell and i hope it all works out for you if worst comes to worst just strap some empty barrels to it for buoyancy maybe a sail and sail over across the ocean haha
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hahaha.. thanks guys... At worst, i dont get the offer i want, and i keep it and wait to get the 150..
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