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my jaw just dropped seeing that.. i feel insignificant now.
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my jaw just dropped seeing that.. i feel insignificant now.

Time for some Extenze.
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As much as dont like full size nissan trucks, I like this use of those tires much better.


It can crawl, mud, go on trails that dont require a mini truck/jeep sized vehicle, it can play in the desert, and you can sort of drive it on pavement.

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How can you safely drive that?
There is a guy that goes to USF tailgates that has an F 250 lifted 2' total on 60" bias ply. He has a 2nd bumper that he puts on it when on the road with headlights on it that dont blind people. He says he cant drive it over 50mph or one of the tires will blow and it'll flip. Yeah, that was a GREAT use of funds.

Especially since a rig that big is only good for crushing cars. It cant tow, it cant haul, it's a pain to get into, it cant trail ride, it handles like you're driving a sky scraper (because you are), and it can mud but owners of trucks like that know better than to destroy the vehicle by taking it through the mud constantly.

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my jaw just dropped seeing that.. i feel insignificant now.
Dont, just know you dont have a need to compensate for anything. lol

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i want it....way to make me miss my PSD more :(
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That super duty is so sexy, and ridiculously lifted, I want it nice pics!

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I finally figured out what he drives!

lmao..
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haha yeah looks sick! but its lifted too much.
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HAS NO ONE NOTICED IT'S ONLY A HUGE PRE-RUNNER?! NO FRONT DRIVELINE! lol

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How can you safely drive that?
What's the difference? It's still a truck. You drive it like you drive anything else, you're just a lil higher up. lol

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Good point but I dont think that would be to bad.
My buddy has a LB7 chev and it's got 20in of lift on a ford d60 with 40's... I looks like space ship and it's huge, but he still drives it just fine.

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wow looks badass

but wayyy to big to be useful for anything imo
top heavy like a ****.

still looks cool though. makes for a good pavement princess. lol
a BADASS pavement princess :)
What's wrong with pavement princesses?

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I bet that truck has never seen dirt in it's life.
It pains me to see lifted trucks without the badge of honor....dirt.
See this kinda jerks my chain... Who ever said you had to lift you truck and wheel it is a dumb ****. Some people like the look and feel of a lifted truck and actually like keeping the outside the same as when they first bought it. I used to make fun of people who didn't wheel their trucks, but it's not that way anymore.

Sorry, just that makes me mad when people talk like that.

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HAHHAHAHAAH.......
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one of my buddys has his on 53" Michelins. hes sucnk well over 100k into it. all white custom powdercoaded green trac bars ets. its sick. custom 20"s he had made with his company name in it. its retarded
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thats a badass truck! i prefer dually's lifted more then anything!
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Well I think he wheels cause there was mud on the cage on the bed but idk. Also its a steep angle for that front driveshaft so he would have to get a custom 2 piece driveshaft just to make it work. Also I have been going to this college for a while and this is the first time I have seen it so who says he is finished?
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Looks pretty sick.
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how did he get his spare tire up on the rack with a crane?
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Well I think he wheels cause there was mud on the cage on the bed but idk. Also its a steep angle for that front driveshaft so he would have to get a custom 2 piece driveshaft just to make it work. Also I have been going to this college for a while and this is the first time I have seen it so who says he is finished?
Nah, can be done with CV's at both ends... 80 degree CV's. My buddy is really close to needing them on his chev.

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how did he get his spare tire up on the rack with a crane?
Helicopter. lol
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That things badass!
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thats awsome
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I wonder if he can actually use that Hi-Lift?
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I wonder if he can actually use that Hi-Lift?
I dont think so cause the jack itself wasnt as tall as the bottom of his frame lol but maybe he lifts it by the axle lol idk though
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HA
what a joke, I love how he wasted money on the highlift and its useless to him in EVERY WAY except screaming he's a poser...

but if you can afford tires that are $600+ each.. why not get a hi lift thats too small for the truck and has a weight rating wayyyy under the weight of your truck..



leave the PSD as a tow rig and build a nice buggy... but thats just me.
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As much as dont like full size nissan trucks, I like this use of those tires much better.


It can crawl, mud, go on trails that dont require a mini truck/jeep sized vehicle, it can play in the desert, and you can sort of drive it on pavement.
and that thing is amazing, you can go over to pirate and see a few threads with it wheelin.. and getting trail damage.
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Eh... its too big for me. If it wasn't that tall, and didn't have those massive tires on it, I might love it. The truck/rack etc I like, but not the height of the lift, or the size of the tires. Those 54's make those 20's look like 10" wheels lol
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