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Got bored so time for pic whoring......enjoy






 
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damn! that thing does well!!
 
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looks good man nice truck
 
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Nice flex! I need to go flex mine out somewhere.
 
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Looking good!
 
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Very nice flex! You truck looks real sharp! I do about a 50-60% flex every time I go in our out of my driveway...
 
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very nice flex indeed?

question: to flex like that, you have to have 4wd or can a 2wd do stuff like that? probably a dumb question
 
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Originally Posted by rideabikenick View Post
very nice flex indeed?

question: to flex like that, you have to have 4wd or can a 2wd do stuff like that? probably a dumb question
I was in 2wd,I backed up as far as i could,the front I went until I could not stand the lean.
 
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depends on what your flexing out on, if you pull a me, then you need 4x4 to get up the RTI ramp backwards.. all the way lol


and i hear ya, i hate leaning my truck over on the driverside.
 
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depends on what your flexing out on, if you pull a me, then you need 4x4 to get up the RTI ramp backwards.. all the way lol


and i hear ya, i hate leaning my truck over on the driverside.
IFS trucks like to lean,Im scared I will roll it
 
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its because the front end wont move at all lol

i've had mine leaned over pretty good to the pass. side, if i went that far driver i would probably flip the **** out lol


i know its going over sooner or later, thats why i need a cage lol
 
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ya but if im going to roll mine I want to do it out on the trail,not poser wheeling
 
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yea true, thats where mines gonna happen, i dont to poser flexing anymore well i do on the trail , but theres nothing in any civilized areas thats big enough for me to flex out on lol


hell if i dont stop playing baja in the mountains.. it may happen up there at 40+mph when i lose it around a turn on a dirt road.
 
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there another poser wheeling hill in that same parking lot that my bumper would not clear
 
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Truck looks real good man...thats some killer flex to
 
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Originally Posted by k.blakeley View Post
there another poser wheeling hill in that same parking lot that my bumper would not clear
hack it off
 
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Guess the only way to get the front to flex like the back is to do a SAS.
 
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Originally Posted by 99ranger4x4 View Post
hack it off
It was STEEP
 
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you say it like its a bad thing
 
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Originally Posted by k.blakeley View Post
It was STEEP
oh i know the feeling, my bumper still keeps me from doing some stuff and hangs me up all over the place


remember, if you take the bumper off then your hitting the bed, then you have to trim that
rightttt about hereeeee i had to do it.

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I like to keep my truck as nice as possible,not a lot of trail damage.
 
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im past that point, but i remember the days i cared.

as long as i dont tear a panel off, or break a window.. pretty much anything else is cool with me
i've got my rockers a few times lately, and you cant lean your truck onto the bed like i can, a 36" pry bar fixed my problem... fiberglass isnt so forgiving
 
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Ill build me a trail rig one day,one that you can laugh when you put it on its side. I would be pissed if I did that to mine since Im still paying for it.
 
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your looking at the future trail rig
 
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what about a DD???
 
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