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Old 10-22-2013, 11:13 PM   #341
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This is without anything in the bed. it literally has at most like 2" squat, I think it looks great, and honestly doesn't have any negative effects.


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Went to the lake last weekend too with the little boat
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Went to the lake last weekend too with the little boat
Every Chevy,dodge and Honda Civic driver pointed and said "look at that Ford dragging it's *** while pulling a tiny boat" Making us look great there pal...
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Every Chevy,dodge and Honda Civic driver pointed and said "look at that Ford dragging it's *** while pulling a tiny boat" Making us look great there pal...
Meanwhile, the entire *** end of your truck fell out right from under you lol. "Built Ford Tough" didn't do much for ya.
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Nah that truck looked way better than what you got now, and it'd burn down those "big" 37s that I'm sure your 5.4 struggles to turn. Raw top down nothing else to say about it. Sold it only because I found a good opportunity to make some good money.
Wait your diesel turned 37s better then. 5.4 gasser?!?!? No way, who would've thought that
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Meanwhile, the entire *** end of your truck fell out right from under you lol. "Built Ford Tough" didn't do much for ya.
Guess what? Nothing original on my truck failed,an aftermarket part busted so it's still Built Ford Tough. Even with my *** end out from under the truck it still sat better than a squatter.
I'm honestly glad that happened to my truck though,if It didn't I'd still be abusing it and sinking it in the mud every weekend,now the underside is freshly painted,it runs great and it's getting a new paint job.
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Nah that truck looked way better than what you got now, and it'd burn down those "big" 37s that I'm sure your 5.4 struggles to turn. Raw top down nothing else to say about it. Sold it only because I found a good opportunity to make some good money.
Even with stock gears I can still burn my 37s,only an idiot with daddys credit card would smoke $2,000 worth of tires.
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Let's see you prove that with your hand in the "gap" I call bullshit, definitely rubbing and you should rotate those expensive (useless now) tires weekly if you actually haul with this because you're definitely making contact on ANY road whether paved or not.
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Wow only hear "tucks nicely in the fender" from ricers and mini truckers...NEVER should a 4x4 guy ever say this
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I'm glad I stayed in this thread haha
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Hate to break it to you but squating actually makes towing harder on the driveline of the truck because the tranfer of weight is no longer there. An it looks absolutely retarded and is completely unfunctional.
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