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Nice Bull Bar

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by moralien, May 17, 2003.

  1. moralien

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    How does the saying go.... I wouldn't buy that with your money? :dunno: :D :flipoff2: :D

    I like the one pic that shows the fresh dog whiz on the ds front tire. :D

    Oh yeah, he can buttfab the front bumper, build rear storage but can't keep the speaker grill on? Ignore the loose wire haha - LOSER[sup]3[/sup]
     
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    Hey, It's got lifetime warrenties on all those parts, too bad none of them are transferrable and mean nothing to a new owner.

    It's got OME 3" springs too. here I thought the regular heavy springs were 50mm (under 2") and the Js were about 1/2" more. Was I mistaken?

    Depends on what the reserve is i guess.
     
  4. moralien

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    Did you notice it has a 2nd horn that plays Dixie? 8)
    I guess he took all the confederate flags off before he took the pics...

    And it's a little suspect to me that he says the PO rebuilt the engine a 160,000 miles. It should have just been getting started. That truck looks like a time bomb.
     
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    Don't go bashin on the dixie horn, that's my next mod;)
    Looks just like all the "trucks" that rich highschool kids around here drive. Body lift, crash multiplier front and rear and some puny A/t's. &nbsp:Don't forget the lights, got to have the lights for real offroad performance. :slap:
     
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    Were you not talking about getting a 100? Are you not in high school. Correct me If I am way off base here but me thinks your a rich kid with money to burn. ::)
     
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    I was asking about a 100 for my dad, yes I am in high school, but I install my own s*** and wheel my junk, that I paid for with my own money thank you very much. I started working summers after 7th grade in anticipation of owning a cruiser. :slap:?[​IMG]
     
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    I'm sure you lead a tuff life.
    This now belongs in chat.
     
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    dude I'm not complaining, just explaining. And no I didn't mean for that to rhyme. :slap: Oh well i'll stop here.
     
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    What's another word for pirate treasure?

    Booty...B...B...Booty!!!

    The Dixie horn and front bumper have got to add at least $10 to the overall value. C'mon guys.