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Old 09-30-2012, 01:27 PM   #11
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Kinda forgot about this thread haha. Maybe we can get some more people from CO on here

You moving to FoCo or just a visit?
No ill be there for 3 years or so. I'm going to be stationed there as a Navy Recruiter.
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Old 09-30-2012, 01:29 PM   #12
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Looking forward to moving there. Been in Oklahoma longer than I can remember. It will be a nice scenery change I'm sure. And here's my truck that will be coming with.
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Great looking truck. What kind of lift/level and tires does it have?
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No ill be there for 3 years or so. I'm going to be stationed there as a Navy Recruiter.
Very nice, thanks for your service and sweet pickup as well You'll miss quite a bit of winter but spring is really great
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Great looking truck. What kind of lift/level and tires does it have?
2.5" Autospring level and 1.5" readylift blocks in the rear. 20x9 BMF Novakanes and 35x12.5 toyo MTs. Had to do a little trimming but they fit
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I miss Colorado. Lived there from 2006 to 2010. If things don't work out here in Missouri I will move back in a heartbeat.
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Very nice, thanks for your service and sweet pickup as well You'll miss quite a bit of winter but spring is really great
I'm really looking forward to the crazy winters and all the snow. Hopefully I can learn how to drive better in it. I don't have a great record with snow and ice. All my accidents have been in the winter months and all have had ice or snow involved. So look out for me. I try not to drive in it unless I adsolutly have to.
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I'm really looking forward to the crazy winters and all the snow. Hopefully I can learn how to drive better in it. I don't have a great record with snow and ice. All my accidents have been in the winter months and all have had ice or snow involved. So look out for me. I try not to drive in it unless I adsolutly have to.
I'm required to drive in it, usually unplowed roads, because of work haha I'm out on the eastern plains so you probably won't see me much, if at all. Plus I'm in western NE for college right now haha. Just take it slow and try to find a parking lot or back road to do a bit of practice on. They like to leave some snow on the roads as well.
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I miss Colorado. Lived there from 2006 to 2010. If things don't work out here in Missouri I will move back in a heartbeat.
It is called Misery after all...
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Is there any laws about tires sticking out past the fender wells in CO. Mine aren't exactly flush. They stick out about 1-2".
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