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Old 05-17-2017, 02:35 AM   #1
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Needs plenty of TLC but not totally trashed. Of course I (6'6, 375)get teased constantly about my pocket truck, but I love it.

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Nice. Any future plans???
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Nice. Any future plans???

Not entirely sure lol. It's my daily at the moment (a whopping 5 miles to and from work), so at the moment I'm just trying to work out all of the little bugs and maintenance issues. Once that's all taken care of.. I dunno.

Definitely nothing crazy. Lifting a 2wd isn't something that makes sense to me, extreme lowering isn't my style. Possibly just do like I planned to do my Silverado, lower slightly and just try to get a more "aggressive" stance, get some decent suspension under it so that it doesn't handle like a brick...

Hell I dunno.
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