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a day at the beautiful louisiana beaches

**by beautiful i mean trash everywhere and smells like crap**

Well i just put my lift on and bfg ta ko's and figured id mess around at the beach...here's the pictures. oh and i know i need black wheels, i am ordering some next week. i also have a set of brand new 32x11.50 in my shop to go on the new wheels. what size wheel and back spacing would be best? 15x7or8? 3 3/4 bs or 4 inch? thank you


















and a dead shark we found

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15x8, 3.25-3.75. nice shark.... what kind of lift on it?
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^^^ What he said

Nice pics
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Nice truck.
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nice shark.... what kind of lift on it?
..doesn't look like the shark has been lifted at all -- looks stock, to me.
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..doesn't look like the shark has been lifted at all -- looks stock, to me.
LMFAO! Thats was what I thought.
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Nice picture and cool shark
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Your driving too far into the surf if you are hitting sharks......
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It is now customary to have dead animals in picture threads lol.
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..doesn't look like the shark has been lifted at all -- looks stock, to me.
that's f'ing great
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shouldn't the bouys be out in the water?
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It is now customary to have dead animals in picture threads lol.
I think so since we can't to the TGD pose anymore.

Nice shark. Make sure you wash your undercarriage really well. I wouldn't want all that salt water on my truck.
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Your driving too far into the surf if you are hitting sharks......
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atleast did u cook the shark? all chinease dudes say that the fins are great....mf...
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Your driving too far into the surf if you are hitting sharks......
Shard mod....LOL


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Make sure you wash your undercarriage really well. I wouldn't want all that salt water on my truck.
Seriously, that's got to be bad.
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Nice shark. Make sure you wash your undercarriage really well. I wouldn't want all that salt water on my truck.
x2. Trucks looks good
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..doesn't look like the shark has been lifted at all -- looks stock, to me.
Looks stock to me to, dont think a lift would help it!!

Thats great, I really needed a good laugh this morning!!
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Nice shark. Make sure you wash your undercarriage really well. I wouldn't want all that salt water on my truck.
It cant be worse then the salt they put on the roads up here 9 months out of the year...
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It cant be worse then the salt they put on the roads up here 9 months out of the year...
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nice pics, what up with all the dead animals lately?
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It cant be worse then the salt they put on the roads up here 9 months out of the year...
It will be alot more concetrated. Have you ever seen a vehicle on the coast, compared to somewhere farther inland? Alot more rust, even with salting of the roads. And also on the coast, the salt is in the air. So it is like driving in salty water or salty roads 24/7
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Truck looks good man!
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thanks for all the complements on the truck. and believe me i spent 3 hours cleaning the truck. i live about an hour from the coast we just cruised down for the day. i cleaned under the truck better than the body haha.
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That is a crazy looking shark. He's playing dead. Roll over sharky, roll over.
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I request pre-lift pics...i'm talkin' your avatar!
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