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Old 07-29-2009
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Lowered Trucks Are Awesome For Moving lol

I love being able to bend down and lift something up rather than reach up and have to lift, much less of a pain. Buy anyways onto the pics, it was freshly washed for the first time at our new house. KY guys, we are now located in Ashland.

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And yea, the grass needs cut majorly:
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And my buddies new Mazda:
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Oh and in those pictures on the tailgate that is jonny22107 off RPS.

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lowered gen 3 ftw
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I bet that is nice.

I've done some moving with mine and talk about a pain in the ***. lol

I know some Carpernter's in Ashland. Know any Carpenters?
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I bet that is nice.

I've done some moving with mine and talk about a pain in the ***. lol

I know some Carpernter's in Ashland. Know any Carpenters?
No clue, I was raised about an hour and a half from there, but I'm sure Jon does. Are you ever up that way? If so you should give me a shout for some pictures and a $5 pizza.
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Looks good!
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Cool B. I am kinda looking for one of those
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On the flip side of that - sometimes with a lifted truck you can back right up to the top of the stairs if its a steep deck and do the same thing.. For anyone running an RCD/Superlift + Body Lift it pretty much sucks moving thigns in and out, everythign is chest high from the ground :-S


Truck is looking great bud, I'm diggin the drop on it, Nice and clean!
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haha looks fun! cant wait to see it bagged...
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Do you allways drive with your washing machine in the bed of your truck?


Nice pics you have a sweet ranger
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Truck looks good. I couldn't drive a lowered truck where I live. Too many potholes, railroad tracks, and bumpy roads that would catch on the frame and whatnot.
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Truck looks good. I couldn't drive a lowered truck where I live. Too many potholes, railroad tracks, and bumpy roads that would catch on the frame and whatnot.
noone said you had to be THAT low...
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I live right across the railroad tracks now and have stock crossmembers and I make it over them fine. We have a few more plans coming up so I hope I make it over after lol.
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Truck is still looking good man. You get hitched yet?
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Truck is still looking good man. You get hitched yet?
Yep, May 30th. Pretty much everything went smoothly and now we are in our first house, thanks for asking man.

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