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Old 01-10-2010, 09:07 PM
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Thumbs up Where are the lowered 87' -96' trucks?

I see tons of lifted, 4X4's on here but, surely there has to be some lowered trucks as well. I plan on dropping mine in the next month or two and I'll be sure to post some pics, in the mean time, let's see/discuss them here.....
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Old 01-10-2010, 09:10 PM
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Actually, the only lowered 8th-9th gen that I remember is currently in the classifieds.
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im sorry to say this but low riders are fur guys that cant get it up.lol. sorry.
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im sorry to say this but low riders are fur guys that cant get it up.lol. sorry.
Wow... nice...
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I like our body style trucks slammed, if I didn't use mine for work it would be cool to lower it.
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i have a 4x4....i always wondered what it would look like lowered
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Probably the same reason you don't see alot of trucks running 1/4 mile or Mustangs in a foot of mud or hauling bags of cement in a Porsche. Not really their intended purpose . But a little deviation from the norm is what makes life interesting! I think I'm sharing a parking place w/ a lowered F-150 now! If I move my truck & it's still there, I'll take a pic & post it!

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Originally Posted by ymeski56 View Post
Probably the same reason you don't see alot of trucks running 1/4 mile or Mustangs in a foot of mud or hauling bags of cement in a Porsche. Not really their intended purpose . But a little deviation from the norm is what makes life interesting! I think I'm sharing a parking place w/ a lowered F-150 now! If I move my truck & it's still there, I'll take a pic & post it!
Yuck! I like to think outside the box. I still plan to use it for it's intended purpose. Nothing I'm doing will change it abilities.

As far as trucks in the quarter mile - search "Johnny Lightning" on youtube.

Don't forget about the NASCAR Truck Series...

Haven't you ever used anything but a hammer to hit something? I think we all have.....
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Yuck! I like to think outside the box. I still plan to use it for it's intended purpose. Nothing I'm doing will change it abilities. I'm not getting in the middle of your........box. I'm speaking in generality. I had a Lumina van w/ the long sloped front end for a while w/ air shocks that I lowered for freeway cruising and raised when carrying loads. It looked like the monorail at Disneyland when it went by (that's the only thing about that Van I missed)

As far as trucks in the quarter mile - search "Johnny Lightning" on youtube.
Maybe his mother was scared by a Mustang when she was pregnant with him?
Don't forget about the NASCAR Truck Series...
I really try to , but NASCAR won't! Maybe if the trucks had to turn around after completing the first half, and finish the race going the other direction, I'd probably never miss a race!
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I guess you don't know I'm Polish & it was "my" Porsche I hauled the concrete in!!!

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