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Old 08-10-2013, 10:42 AM   #221
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Driver picks the music, shotgun shuts his cakehole!
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Old 08-12-2013, 11:49 PM   #222
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@Kerberos I like #2 and 5. #2 is funny.



@KBS I know I do. My husband does too. We can't stand messed up and junky stuff. We have a lot of rules for our stuff. You pay too much money for your vehicle to allow it to be messed up. I'm glad no one drives my truck but me. My husband drive it sometimes. Otherwise, there is a lot of people who don't take care of stuff like you would. I see so many good looking cars and trucks at work that are junky as hell, look like they never wash it or clean the windows. Or wipe dust off the dash and stuff.
I know what you mean. Today at work there was a guy on site with a brand new F350 FX4. Scratches and scrapes all down the sides. He had a ladder leaning up on the bed. Interior was ruined. It's not even a company truck. His own personal vehicle that he uses for work. I didn't know drywallers made so much money lol.
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Old 08-13-2013, 12:46 AM   #223
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STEP out of the truck, don't SLIDE out off the leather!!!! Just cuz your leathers broken doesn't mean everyone else wants theirs like that!!
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Old 08-13-2013, 12:51 AM   #224
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STEP out of the truck, don't SLIDE out off the leather!!!! Just cuz your leathers broken doesn't mean everyone else wants theirs like that!!
I have cloth seats and I hate when people do that. My seats are for sitting not sliding.
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:01 AM   #226
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1) No Smoking
2) No eating
3) no feet on dash or back of seat, etc etc
4) If you have a car seat you must lay down a towel first to avoid seat impressions
5) Do not touch LCD with fingers. Please use the tip of your finger nails to avoid oil spots or use the blue cloth.
6) DO NOT touch the paint on the outside of the truck doors. Use the handle to close the door or you leave finger prints.
7) Do not touch the inside of the windows. They will always be clean so you have no reason to put your hands on them.
8) Be respectful.
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:34 AM   #227
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1) No Smoking
2) No eating
3) no feet on dash or back of seat, etc etc
4) If you have a car seat you must lay down a towel first to avoid seat impressions
5) Do not touch LCD with fingers. Please use the tip of your finger nails to avoid oil spots or use the blue cloth.
6) DO NOT touch the paint on the outside of the truck doors. Use the handle to close the door or you leave finger prints.
7) Do not touch the inside of the windows. They will always be clean so you have no reason to put your hands on them.
8) Be respectful.
Which rare Ferrari did you buy?

My only rule is no smoking, but these days it's hard to find any smokers still around. I guess things change when life events make u realize its just a truck, like the 600,000 others Ford sold this year. I like to keep it clean when I can, but I don't have everyone hose off and wear a clean suit before they ride.
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:38 AM   #228
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Which rare Ferrari did you buy?

My only rule is no smoking, but these days it's hard to find any smokers still around. I guess things change when life events make u realize its just a truck, like the 600,000 others Ford sold this year. I like to keep it clean when I can, but I don't have everyone hose off and wear a clean suit before they ride.
I know, right?

I use to detail cars so I really hate finger prints and messes inside vehicles. This is practically the first car I have applied these rules to and I'm sticking to it!

A clean suit, brilliant! I'm adding that to my list!
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Old 08-13-2013, 09:08 AM   #229
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Rule 1: if your driving, no texting, I have thrown phones out the window before
Rule 2: only I eat while driving, if I mess up my seats it my fault.
Rule 3: I pick music, you don't like it drive your own truck.
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-never walk anywhere you can drive it (texas rule)
-always run A/C on max (texas rule)
-no smoking
-always pull through parking spaces or back into them
-never park next to a coupe
-never remove the cooler from bed of truck
-never let gas get below half a tank
-dont park in parking garages (wont fit)

its a truck...us it like a truck and the way it was designed (no parking lot pimpin, mall or steet queen)
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