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post #1 of 17 Old 01-17-2010, 10:29 AM Thread Starter
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Redneck lift kits (lots of good ideas)

I started a thred on another site and someone posted a great link to some horrible redneck lifts.

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post #2 of 17 Old 01-17-2010, 12:33 PM
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I would just warn that there is a lot bad language on that site.

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No kidding... Why do people feel it's necessary to talk like that?

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Cause they do it in movies duh! And everybody knows all movies portray real life exactly as it is lol.

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They don't in the movies i watch...

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i will just never understand why people feel the need to do this, but to each his own i guess i mean dont get me wrong i LOVE lifted trucks and jeeps, but to this level ehh not so much
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that is some crazy stuff.wow.thats all I can say,Im all about saving money but at least use the money you save to take some welding classes.
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I love that site, i;ve read it a few times over.

I think the horible language makes it funnyer.

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Ive seen it before but it gets funnier everytime.

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I love that site, i;ve read it a few times over.

I think the horible language makes it funnyer.
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That site is hilarious, vulgar language put aside, that's priceless

There's comes a point in time where you have to decide, are you gonna be the one hanging on the cross or banging in the nails.
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the pic with the EXTREME front driveshaft angle was ridiculous lol
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I definitely enjoy vulgar language but he's really just trying too hard.

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I definitely enjoy vulgar language but he's really just trying too hard.
yeah me too. It's an art, really. I like to think of myself as a master of the 4 letter words. You have to make it flow, you're right. He's trying to hard. Amateurs...

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I definitely enjoy vulgar language but he's really just trying too hard.
Really ?

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