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Old 05-04-2014, 06:52 PM
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if its a canadian thing, they sell them by the dozens. to many in my area...lol
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Old 05-04-2014, 07:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Rnlcomp View Post

I tried it for a weekend and couldn't get out fast enough, barren waste land every where, well at least in Abilene anyway. No where on earth like the big easy and sportsman's paradise.



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Really? You do know how big Texas is right? You can't judge the whole state on one town. The only thing Abilene is good for is Sunsets.
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:03 PM
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The dealers really push the xtr up here. Pretty much every xlt they order has the xtr chrome pkg. They must make more $$ off it.

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Old 05-05-2014, 12:57 AM
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I have never seen an XTR until this weekend. I was riding my bike around Odessa, Tx and saw a few. One I noticed had an XTR decal that had "All Terrain" under XTR. didnt notice where the plates were from.
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Originally Posted by mattbarron94 View Post
Move to Texas for one Week, and try telling me that Texas Isn't better than anywhere else.
I don't like northern Mexico. LMAO. Give me the red dirt of Oklahoma any day. Been to several places in TX. Just not my thing down there. I like open country, but I gotta have my trees and hills. Western TX just seems like a wasteland except for a month of green. Houston area wasn't bad.....but it's a "blurry weekend memory". Haha.
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by GatorMedic View Post
It's an XLT with the chrome package. In Canada they call it XTR and in Texas they call it the Texas Edition
I like my 2012 F-150 4X4 EB. TEXAS EDITION.
Several folks asked me about my Texas Edition emblem on the tailgate.
Easy to get used to...
Of course I had lots of chrome on my 2008 F-250 PSD.
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Old 05-05-2014, 11:58 AM
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I don't get it.. XTR is an XLT with the "chrome package"? XLT's already have chrome everywhere. I've never seen an XLT without chrome...

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Old 05-05-2014, 12:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Manuellabour247 View Post
I don't like northern Mexico. LMAO. Give me the red dirt of Oklahoma any day. Been to several places in TX. Just not my thing down there. I like open country, but I gotta have my trees and hills. Western TX just seems like a wasteland except for a month of green. Houston area wasn't bad.....but it's a "blurry weekend memory". Haha.

Im not a big city fan (but i do live in San Antonio for work) Texas has a bit of everything besides mountains... if you like it green and humid (don't mind the green but could pass on the humidity) basically anything on the gulf cost or east and north of Waco fits the bill. I also don't mind being able to hunt hogs with nearly any rifle or shotgun I choose day or night and from the back of a truck or right next to a feeder (although i do think feeders take the sport out of it.) seriously though all those cities (using that term loosely) to the west and south south west are pretty desolate
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say what bad stuff you want about TX but the fact is they have some hot HOT (HOT) women over there..
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say what bad stuff you want about TX but the fact is they have some hot HOT (HOT) women over there..
lol... and they have some BIG BIG women in San Antonio and Houston. I really do love Texas but man those two cities have to out weight most cities per person.
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