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Finally got my 33s

Well I finnaly found a decent set of 33s on rims and ended up making 20 bucks after selling my old tires and wheels. Truck looks great but I think it might be time to get somthing with back seats.
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Looks good!
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looks good ya i need a car with back seats but as to be fun to drive. I'm thinking of a 1993-95 volvo 850 glt, it price from 1k-2.5k and the look of it is growing on me.
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Looks better man. You need gap guards like me.

I also hear ya on the wanting a backseat thing. I have one in my Bronco but I rarely drive it anymore. I've always had 2 door trucks....really want a turbo charged car with 4 doors...thats quiet and quick.

Been considering a 95-97 Saab 9000 Aero Turbo. A few friends of mine drive them and they are great cars....with tune/exhaust you can get 250-275hp out of them. Pull 25-30MPG all day long...seat 4/5 people and have space in the hatch to haul stuff. Can pick them up for 2-5k depending on condition.
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you need some tire shine.. or get the rest of the truck dirty to match. they look good!
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Looks better man. You need gap guards like me.

I also hear ya on the wanting a backseat thing. I have one in my Bronco but I rarely drive it anymore. I've always had 2 door trucks....really want a turbo charged car with 4 doors...thats quiet and quick.

Been considering a 95-97 Saab 9000 Aero Turbo. A few friends of mine drive them and they are great cars....with tune/exhaust you can get 250-275hp out of them. Pull 25-30MPG all day long...seat 4/5 people and have space in the hatch to haul stuff. Can pick them up for 2-5k depending on condition.
a nice lil subie would be my idea dd.. haul a few people, very quickly haha. quiet? too young for that.
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a nice lil subie would be my idea dd.. haul a few people, very quickly haha. quiet? too young for that.
Only subi i'd drive is a WRX. And you can't touch one in decent shape that hasn't been beat on for under 10k. AWD would be nice, but isn't necessary.

If I was going the WRX route, i'd look for a Saab Aero 9-2X. Same exact thing as a WRX, just with some saab luxuries and not the typical boy racer image.

If money wasn't an object...i'd put down some money for a 08+ Mazdaspeed3. As a matter of fact, once I get the Ranger paid off...and I might sell the Bronco to do it...i'll be seriously considering picking up a brand new speed3 or a new focus ST.

And yup...quiet! I said it. I've had the exhaust re-done 3 times on my Bronco since I was 18 (nearly 27 now)...because I wanted it LOUDER! And I still enjoy it at times. Ranger's exhaust is loud enough. But i'm wanting a DD thats quiet on the highway since I commute 70 miles a day now. I'd still have the exhaust modified on any car id get...but when I say "quiet" i'm mostly refering to not having 33 inch MT's howling as i'm driving down the interstate...

Anyway, back on topic. OP, you should plastidip that push bar since everything else is blacked out.

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yea its hard to find a cheaper stock one, theyre always young kid driven and ----ed up.
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ya i have a jetta that im selling cause there is no point to having two cars cause then one never gets drivin. And i know about the tires i just need to take the time to clean them... and find a hose
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Looks good man!
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Hey, looks good, what size lift is on there? I'm thinking of adding 33s and a lift kit, I'm just not sure of what size lift kit.
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