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well, do you like it? Im trying to see if people like it or not, im fond of it and thinking about getting one

I have another pic, but cardomain isnt letting me upload it


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nice p.s. b d...

makes you say hmmm...

guess i got to see more angles...

looks good though...
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Thanks! Q helped me out on that one
and if you can get the other pic for me, that would be great (damn cardomain)
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Nah man, lowered trucks shouldn't have guards on the front.
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Nah man, lowered trucks shouldn't have guards on the front.
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I thought about doing that to my truck a while back...but it'd be the same as a ricer putting a wing on.
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I thought about doing that to my truck a while back...but it'd be the same as a ricer putting a wing on.
mind explaining why you think that?
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ouch........




I think it would look alright, i just sometimes wouldnt want to worry about hitting things ...lol...

But im sure you would have clearence problems
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Forth it.. :?
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I thought about doing that to my truck a while back...but it'd be the same as a ricer putting a wing on.
mind explaining why you think that?
because what's the purpose of it...besides looks. Unless you take your truck offroading, which I'm assuming you don't.
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because what's the purpose of it...besides looks. Unless you take your truck offroading, which I'm assuming you don't.

Well, it would protect my bumper from all those stray kids that get in the way


but yeah, i like it for looks, and yes I do take my truck offroading (even more when i have stock tires on)
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i can see the practical purpose for it... :badgrin:
from a cosmetic stand point i dont think it looks that great
but that is my $.005
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nah, i don't care for it, plus with the drop clearance might be an issue, if i recall they do hang down a bit
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well...when I say offroading I mean offroading...not rolling through granpas prarie...lol
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no, it just aint right


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I no likey
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well...when I say offroading I mean offroading...not rolling through granpas prarie...lol

Oooooh sry then


naw, i do more then that, but yeah, i stick away from big mud piles and such
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well...when I say offroading I mean offroading...not rolling through granpas prarie...lol

Oooooh sry then


naw, i do more then that, but yeah, i stick away from big mud piles and such
My damn truck cant stay away from big mud puddles, Its always heading for them
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My damn truck cant stay away from big mud puddles, Its always heading for them

i just hate that, don't you? :badgrin:
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5th, 6th, and 7th it. Leave the off road attire to the off road trucks. Your truck looks good the way it is, IMO it would distract the view.
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no way man
i like the look of it but just not a lowered truck just doesnt look right on a low truck. if you truck was stock height or lifted then i say hell yeah
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Hunting/fishing.

i have to say that is one hell of a photoshop job
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personally i dont think that thing belongs on any truck. i cant stand the way they look. im all about function other than holding lights it has no function. it wont protect anything if you hit it. ive been wanting to get rid of my light bar for months now. time to get a winch bumper made up. not trying to dis anyone who has one but around here if it dosnt have a function then its not worht it.

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