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Old 08-27-2013, 01:39 PM   #23031
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
Thats retarded....
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:40 PM   #23032
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
That looks awful!! Not to mention the fact that now his already blinding HID's just got worse.

Some people shouldn't be entitled to nice things.
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:44 PM   #23033
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What a jackass
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:51 PM   #23034
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
I've noticed this trend. Especially when I went down to Myrtle Beach, SC. Just about every full size Chevy was squatting in the rear. I don't get it.
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Old 08-27-2013, 01:55 PM   #23035
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Just saw a tard driving a new kia down a busy road with the mirrors folded in

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Old 08-27-2013, 02:00 PM   #23036
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
He must be from F1Fiddy Boyzzz
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Old 08-27-2013, 02:09 PM   #23037
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
Seeing garbage like that make wish I was a cop instead of a fireman.
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Old 08-27-2013, 02:13 PM   #23038
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He must be from F1Fiddy Boyzzz
Haha probably. Those f15dy boys have no taste lol
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Old 08-27-2013, 03:02 PM   #23039
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Kids around here call it "Carolina squat". Looks like **** and no way can it be good for your truck. He has a 6" lift up front and nothing to the rear...even removed his stock blocks to make it "squat harder". I must not be cool because this is the best way to make a nice truck homo. What a waste of money only using half the damn lift kit.
How many of these have you seen Moody? I've seen only one down here in Anderson, and it was barely squatting....
Must be all those weird Greer people...
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When dodges tow an invisible trailer all they have to do is flip up their mirrors, when f150s tow invisible trailers it drags the rear bumper on the ground.
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