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Old 01-17-2010, 03:06 AM
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The 7-9Gen trucks dont look good lowered, hell I dont think trucks look good lowered...

Its always seemed kind of dumb. I can see lifts to drive over all stuff, but since when do people drive under short things... :p

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Old 01-17-2010, 03:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Weatherford F150 View Post
I agree low riders are for the guys that cant get it up
Yeah, because speed bumps are sooooo hard to get over. Lifted trucks are for guys with tiny penises who feel like they need to show off and be above everyone else. Give me a break, the trucks with 36" tires and 10" lifts arent fooling anyone. The word "compensation" was practically invented for drivers like that.

I cant wait to these guys get about 50-60 and are too old to climb up into their massive trucks.

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Old 01-17-2010, 03:25 AM
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Originally Posted by kaidotech View Post
Yeah, because speed bumps are sooooo hard to get over. Lifted trucks are for guys with tiny penises who feel like they need to show off and be above everyone else. Give me a break, the trucks with 36" tires and 10" lifts arent fooling anyone. The word "compensation" was practically invented for drivers like that.

I cant wait to these guys get about 50-60 and are too old to climb up into their massive trucks.
I dont much care for people that drive those yet never see dirt but for people that actually go off road you cant do with with a minitruck.
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I dont much care for people that drive those yet never see dirt but for people that actually go off road you cant do with with a minitruck.
Yeah if people are ACTUALLY going offroad or need to drive through a river on the way home, sure, but 80% of the trucks (around here in Houston at least) will never see dirt, or even mud, and are driven by small 5'8 men who think they're mr big bad jacked up truck driver. The diesel drivers are even worst. (Who dont tow a single thing and just like blowing black smoke on people)
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personally i think this whole arguement is stupid. who cares what someone else drives. if its what they like, thats all that matters. i personally like lifted trucks but i dont begrudge someone for driving a lowered one. some lowered trucks look good, just not my thing. for those people who dont like the lifted trucks, who cares. im happy driving my truck and nobody elses opinion matters to me. some goes for ford vs chevy vs dodge. just my .02
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:09 AM
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I love them both. Lowering can make it a much better street performer, lifting can make it better off road. If you know you're never gonna go offroad, why lift it? If you know you'll be off road more than on it, no sense in dropping it. Either way, I don't care how it's done, fill the wheel wells and it'll look good

If you were to ask me, this:



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see personally it doesn't matter to me, i like all custom vehicles doesn't really matter, big lifted trucks, lowered air ride, diesels, gas, mustangs and big v8 muscle cars, hell i'd even drive a turbo honda if its pushin 350hp, i really dont care, if it looks bada** and perfroms the way its supposed to then great, but puck a** ricers can kiss my a**
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Old 01-17-2010, 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Lifted93 View Post
It's just my opinion and since everyone is entitled to their own... I would have to say that lowering a truck is like trying to eat tomato soup with a fork. It's stupid and pointless. I don't mean to rag on all the lowered trucks because it's what you like and its your truck, so do what you want, but always remember that fat chicks can't climb, but they surely can fall down into a lowered truck!!
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I agree low riders are for the guys that cant get it up
That has got to be the most ridiculous train of thought I've ever heard. I would be forced to believe you three are still in high school.

Grow up.

Stay on topic, if you don't like lowered trucks, skip the thread. There are plenty of "lifted, 4X4" threads for you to comment on.
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Old 01-17-2010, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Raptor22 View Post
The 7-9Gen trucks dont look good lowered, hell I dont think trucks look good lowered...

Its always seemed kind of dumb. I can see lifts to drive over all stuff, but since when do people drive under short things... :p

Oppss.. I forgot one... see above
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Old 01-17-2010, 12:22 PM
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to get this thread back on topic my trucks lowered 2 inchs in the rear but is gonna be dropped down in th next few months
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