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Unread 06-16-2016, 07:17 AM   #11
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We do have a kid around here with a Ram 2500 that has a 6" lift in the front and no $#!T a 2" DROP in the rear And it's a regular cab long bed...
Is this some new fad that I'm hopefully missing out on? I had a mini-truck back in the late 80's but never went the lowered route... I like my trucks like I like girls with some meat in their azz....
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Unread 06-16-2016, 07:38 AM   #12
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It's mostly on Dodges that I see around here, That and 24" rims with 33" tires stretched to the max... I've done air bags and stuff when I was younger but will never go that route. My 250 will be lifted with 22"s and 35"s but that's about it. Probably a 6" lift.

Although my truck is a '16 and all the DPF stuff is deleted on it. It's roughly 650hp but will only roll coal if I make it. Normal driving it doesn't smoke at all. That's another fad is looking like a freight train from a stop light!
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Unread 06-16-2016, 07:47 AM   #13
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Dang just lifting the front 6"s and a stock rear would look like he was hauling around 3000 pounds!!

I'm not that old...but not in that generation anymore, I don't get it? Why is it cool to have a truck that's half lifted or like your just not finished installing it but uou have to drive it around anywhere.

I'm 34 but when I was younger we all wanted out trucks to be level. All my age I know still do?
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Unread 06-17-2016, 06:57 AM   #14
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Dang just lifting the front 6"s and a stock rear would look like he was hauling around 3000 pounds!!

I'm not that old...but not in that generation anymore, I don't get it? Why is it cool to have a truck that's half lifted or like your just not finished installing it but uou have to drive it around anywhere.

I'm 34 but when I was younger we all wanted out trucks to be level. All my age I know still do?
I'm 32 and prefer it to be slightly higher in the front but less that an inch. I can't stand trucks that have a rake it reminds me of the old muscle cars with giant rear tires and they look god awful... Again that could be a generational thing because most our age like the cars to have minimal wheel gap, flush offset and not to low.

This is how my Mustang looked before we traded it in



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Unread 06-17-2016, 07:53 AM   #15
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Yea I would agree. Slightly higher is fine. I agree seeing a 2wd 1/2 with a shackle lift and 33s in the back and stock up front is just stupid too.

Here is a pic of a 2wd truck around the town I work in!! Lots of kids from families with money. I'd have to say he is one of them. I guess if you never go offroad like 80% of them it doesn't matter?
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