Telling us your mom pays for your mods is like telling us you still wet the bed. If you do, cool man all the power to you but please don't tell us about it and expect us not to laugh. All jokes aside, the truck looks good and the raptor wheels add a lot. I'd lay off the black plasti dip though, I find in my opinion it cheapens the looks a bit. Taking the running boards off made a big difference, I hope you go through with front tint that will really look great too. Don't mess too much with a good thing, your truck looks good you don't need to modify every single thing in it for it to be nice. Guys like me will appreciate it the way it is. I have over $12,000 into my truck and you'd never know by looking at it (besides the fact of how clean I guess).
Telling this kid what and what not to say is like telling us that your green with envy. Please dont tell this kid what to do on his own thread. Have a great day.
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I laugh at the people that make fun of people who have their parents buy their truck. 100% of the time it's from jealous people. Instead of hating, be happy that someone can afford to do that for their child.
I wasn't "making fun" of him. I like his truck and I think it looks better every picture he posts. I was simply stating that when you say your mother pays for your mods, that's a nice way to get made fun of.
I'm still not real old myself and it was only about 2 years ago that I moved out and started living on my own full time and I had a ton of nice stuff as a kid that my parents helped me pay for. I always had to work and do stuff around the house and things of that nature but I understand what you're saying. I've taken flack growing up because of jealous kids.
What I was trying to say is that when you say your mom pays for your mods, it just looks bad and you're just asking to be made fun of. I'd rather fund all my own stuff then have my parents have a say in what I do to my truck.