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post #16 of 27 Old 07-19-2012, 07:21 PM
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Alrighty then, I originally asked what i thought what was a legitimate question and you tried to get all Confucious with it and answer a question with a question. If you're covering up damage that's one thing but it seems like you're doing this "mod" just to be doing something to your rig. If you want to sauce up your rig with useless trinkets then just flip open a Qtec catalog and have at it. You have a very clean platform to build off of and that **** cheapens it.
It's a pretty safe bet most people on here have jeeps that they've made to look the way they want and "mod" them the way they want. I assume you own a jeep and you understand this so it seems you're just trying to criticize and berate his idea. :thumb down:
Maybe you should consider buying a toyota

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post #17 of 27 Old 07-19-2012, 08:06 PM Thread Starter
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Alrighty then, I originally asked what i thought what was a legitimate question and you tried to get all Confucious with it and answer a question with a question. If you're covering up damage that's one thing but it seems like you're doing this "mod" just to be doing something to your rig. If you want to sauce up your rig with useless trinkets then just flip open a Qtec catalog and have at it. You have a very clean platform to build off of and that **** cheapens it.
haha. ok. thanks. it's plastidip. it's spray on rubber. nbd. untwist your panties.

onward.
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haha. ok. thanks. it's plastidip. it's spray on rubber. nbd. untwist your panties.

onward.
Right on, plastidip the whole rig man. Then go cruise the drag in your giant black prophylactic...aka the Rubicondom. .
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Right on, plastidip the whole rig man. Then go cruise the drag in your giant black prophylactic...aka the Rubicondom. .
not a bad idea
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not a bad idea
Apparently I layered the sarcasm on a little thick yesterday. My bad. Onward.

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Your panties twisted too?
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i saw will's panties last night, i can assure you that they were knoted.

also, im just glad my thread hit 2 pages.
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Would I need to go back to a stock air intake? Ive read about others removing their K&N or other brand air intakes because of the amount of water that could get in. Something I should worry about?
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i saw will's panties last night, i can assure you that they were knoted.
Too much information dude.

Anyway, allow me to extend an apology to you. My posts were douschbaggish in nature and out of line. I was in a bad mood and took it out on your thread. I'm not usually a **** but as evidenced here, I do have my moments.

Now go peel that dip off your rig!
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Would I need to go back to a stock air intake? Ive read about others removing their K&N or other brand air intakes because of the amount of water that could get in. Something I should worry about?
i think you should focus on getting your mitts on that suspension and... ...everything else.

id go back to OEM housing over that K&N. its a piece. you can get a drop in high flow quality filter from AFE

get the pro-dry version. doesn't require oil and is much thicker pleats

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Too much information dude.

Anyway, allow me to extend an apology to you. My posts were douschbaggish in nature and out of line. I was in a bad mood and took it out on your thread. I'm not usually a **** but as evidenced here, I do have my moments.

Now go peel that dip off your rig!

forgiveness taste like a chicken sammich and that's what i plan on eating. no worries dude.


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i think you should focus on getting your mitts on that suspension and... ...everything else.

id go back to OEM housing over that K&N. its a piece. you can get a drop in high flow quality filter from AFE

get the pro-dry version. doesn't require oil and is much thicker pleats

http://afepower.com/shop/details_new...0L&&brandID=59

shop around for it if you decide to get it, it can be had for cheaper
just planning for the future. I have the cash in hand to go all currie/savvy right now but have an expensive trip I have to leave for Monday, won't be back til Friday and won't get reimbursed til end of the month. maybe itll be that simple but me has a feeling the wife will have other plans. If I get this contract on a photo gig for what I bid it for. it'll be mine.
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