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Old 09-05-2010
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went riding today, had to stop at a rest stop today and saw a good opp.

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Nice bikes! Which one is yours? And i love those tires too. A lift would be a good investment it looks like. good looking truck though!
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Just one? What a rip-off...
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bike on left is mine. 08 norco shore 3 with a totem and bunch of other stuff.... and yeah lift maybe nice.. but f superlifts....maybe sas in the future i dunno
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Looks good. Do your tires rub in the front?
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I think it'd look badass if you cranked your bars a little bit just to get the front maybe an inch higher than the back of the truck. I like the low and wide look you've got going on.
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Looks good. Do your tires rub in the front?
no rub the only place i rub is the rear with alot of flex. but its pretty standard

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I think it'd look badass if you cranked your bars a little bit just to get the front maybe an inch higher than the back of the truck. I like the low and wide look you've got going on.
im thinkin about it, i havent toutched them yet so i probly should. im thinkin about getting a re alignment/check when i get the frist 3k miles on the tires.. so i think that will be the best time...i think im close to 2k now....damn i drove alot this month....
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you should build a bike rack for the bikes to sit on at about the same level as the bed rails, that would look pretty sick goin down the road with the bikes all lined up in a nice rack
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hell no. i love my dakine mat... the bikes dont move and it takes 2 seconds to load up. ive had different racks, but i dont have to worry about backing into anything or crap stickin out a mile. dakine mat ftw
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what size are the tires?
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bike on left is mine. 08 norco shore 3 with a totem and bunch of other stuff.... and yeah lift maybe nice.. but f superlifts....maybe sas in the future i dunno
Awesome man. I love Norco's. do you do downhill riding or freeriding? But yeah go with the SAS. I couldn't imagine how good it would look.
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thats a really sweet pic, i love how no body says anything about the view behind the truck, haha truck looks good tho, and with that mat do you strap them or anything or is that just to protect the tailgate and bike?
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Awesome man. I love Norco's. do you do downhill riding or freeriding? But yeah go with the SAS. I couldn't imagine how good it would look.
i do some Dh, but mostly freeride. and sas would rock!

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thats a really sweet pic, i love how no body says anything about the view behind the truck, haha truck looks good tho, and with that mat do you strap them or anything or is that just to protect the tailgate and bike?
seriously you just plop them in, they fit snug and dont require much thought when you dirve. i have drive around like a jerk trying to move my bike and its planted.
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Nice pic!! How do you like those Generals???
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truck looks sweet stuffed, I always liked the max tire possible per minimal lift look.
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grabbers are bad ***, still havent had a chance to have them in any heavy rain, but the day is comming.
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