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post #31 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 04:26 PM
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So how many of you liars are going to claim they wouldn't trade their POS $3500 1995 jeep for that $80K turbo diesel on a 12" lift on 40's? Lmao.

No way man! I'd never sell out!

must own a bro truck? let me guess, its your tow rig for that heavy *** jeep.
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post #32 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 04:27 PM
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So how many of you liars are going to claim they wouldn't trade their POS $3500 1995 jeep for that $80K turbo diesel on a 12" lift on 40's? Lmao.

No way man! I'd never sell out!
Oh, I'd trade my $8k 2002 Jeep if you're offering, then sell it and buy another $8k Jeep plus a $5k econo car and pay off the rest of my house, and assume that whoever built the $80K turbo diesel on a 12" lift and 40's, as well as whoever bought it from me, is an insecure airhead who doesn't realize his appearance of excess creates a negative perception in the eyes of everyone else who sees him. Not resentful envy, I mean "that guy's compensating for a shortcoming" or "that guy smells a bit like vinegar and is pH balanced to provide temporary relief of minor vaginal itching and irritation"

It's no different from these guys. I don't hate them, I don't even mind them really, I just kinda assume they don't have much else going on in their lives if they're that worried about looking all flamboyant. You've got $80k to spend and that's the best you can come up with? I could start a business on $80k or go back to school or buy a shop full of sweet tools to build anything my imagination desires. The day I can't come up with anything better to spend money on than a cookie cutter showoff-mobile is the day I kill myself.
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post #33 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 04:28 PM
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I live around a lot of them and a lot of my friends also have them. Either a family has a big lifted truck or the have a Jeep. Personally I think they look good and have thought about buying one. Most of them actually DO tow and pull things and use it offroad. They are very expensive to maintain but if you have the money why can't you have what you want?

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post #34 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 05:06 PM
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I hate when they have the chromed out hitch thats like 2 feet tall. I bet they never use it. Also, they normally have those "Monster" rims on.

Is it broken?

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post #35 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 05:09 PM
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Also, they normally have those "Monster" rims on.
And Rockstar rims, especially here in Texas.
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post #36 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 05:19 PM
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Lots of Bros in my area. Big skyjacker or fabtech lifts, big Nittos or Toyos on rockstars or some other bro wheel, hitch sticking 2 feet down, those electric power steps,blacked out everything, monster energy, Tapout, metal mulisha, or Glamis stickers. They typically do 85 mph down the highway in traffic going all over the road. They are WAY too cool to use their turn signals.
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post #37 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 07:22 PM
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Most of them actually DO tow and pull things and use it offroad.
The only thing I see them towing around here is an ego. I have seen a total of one offroad. He was sitting on the side of the highway, hazards on and a flat tire. Flat brimmed, sideways hat and all

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post #38 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 07:53 PM
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The only thing I see them towing around here is an ego. I have seen a total of one offroad. He was sitting on the side of the highway, hazards on and a flat tire. Flat brimmed, sideways hat and all

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post #39 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 08:46 PM
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It's just a trend that will die out in due time. Remember how there were almost no ricers before Fast amd the Furious came out?

The bro dozer trend more than likely comes from California since it's bro dozer capital back home, and naturally it's spreading. That's my theory on where it came from, I'm probably wrong.

But I stand by my statement that it's a trend. I'm already seeing less of them on the road in California. Prerunner trucks are the new thing in California, you'll probably start seeing more of those in a few years.
You pretty much wrote exactly what I was going to lol

I'm from CA too, now I'm in clarksville TN and I'm seeing bro trucks here. Not country trucks, bro trucks... With lights glued into the wheel hubs and huge chrome rims with low profile toyos... I think you're right about the trends though. They'll pass. That's another thing that makes jeeps cool. They will always be in demand. They've never been "in" or "out". The bro dozers will soon ingulf the entire country and then in a few years, they will be gone lol then, and only then, the tranquility will be restored, you'll be able to drive without being blinded by gay green or purple illegal headlights, you'll be able to rest at night, without worrying about some drunk *** bro driving his spotlessly clean mud virgin of a Chevy through your yard and takin out your neighbors house and street light (happened to me lol)
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post #40 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 10:12 PM
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Perfect example. BTW, that's my comment that got 31 likes.


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post #41 of 764 Old 11-30-2012, 11:33 PM
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Oh, I'd trade my $8k 2002 Jeep if you're offering, then sell it and buy another $8k Jeep plus a $5k econo car and pay off the rest of my house, and assume that whoever built the $80K turbo diesel on a 12" lift and 40's, as well as whoever bought it from me, is an insecure airhead who doesn't realize his appearance of excess creates a negative perception in the eyes of everyone else who sees him. Not resentful envy, I mean "that guy's compensating for a shortcoming" or "that guy smells a bit like vinegar and is pH balanced to provide temporary relief of minor vaginal itching and irritation"

It's no different from these guys. I don't hate them, I don't even mind them really, I just kinda assume they don't have much else going on in their lives if they're that worried about looking all flamboyant. You've got $80k to spend and that's the best you can come up with? I could start a business on $80k or go back to school or buy a shop full of sweet tools to build anything my imagination desires. The day I can't come up with anything better to spend money on than a cookie cutter showoff-mobile is the day I kill myself.
You know, sometimes I'm on the fence about whether or not I agree with your posts, but that one...

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post #42 of 764 Old 12-01-2012, 12:27 AM
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I've only heard the term "bro-truck" just now. I'm old.
Round here we call 'em "****** canoes".

Edit: Seriously? I can't say ******?

Ok, it's the French for shower, look it up

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post #43 of 764 Old 12-01-2012, 12:43 AM
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The son of the guy who owns the tire shop I get my tires/wheels from has a big *** lift on his late model F-2(?)50. The lift cost 7 grand and the control arms look like I-beams. He also drives a Lambo that daddy bought for him, purchased as a "shop vehicle". The guy used to drive a lifted chromed out yellow TJ with a V8(I think) conversion. Neither truck nor Jeep touched dirt. Posted a pic of it in the lifted trucks thread way back.

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post #44 of 764 Old 12-01-2012, 05:08 AM
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Round here we call 'em "****** canoes".

Edit: Seriously? I can't say ******?

Ok, it's the French for shower, look it up
Feminine-Cleansing Product Canoes is also a term for Harley's, so be careful not to spread any confusion.
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post #45 of 764 Old 12-01-2012, 06:08 AM
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Let us men all stand up and salute those who are forced to live life with an unfortunately small *****, and to all the unfortunate women who will never know what it's like to have a real man deep down within

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