Your vehicles as they sit now!

Discussion in 'Photos' started by Chance, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    Shit. Ain't getting mine that dirty
    Causes rust

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  2. racer36

    racer36 nbs lyfe

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    this mf covered in salt and road grime. thats why pics are taken at night [​IMG]


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  3. SamCarroll

    SamCarroll Faux Runner Staff Member

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    I still love those
     
  4. SamCarroll

    SamCarroll Faux Runner Staff Member

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    in its natural habitat
     
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  5. Ginger

    Ginger Bubbles

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    exactly i have a big battery tender version of the solar panel with a quick connect so when its parked its charging, when im towing its unplugged.
     
  6. roundsy

    roundsy RCSB and a Hoe

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  7. Chewy07

    Chewy07 Wookie on the Beat

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    Cleaned it after a month and dressed the tires this round. Kinda wanna get a 13-14 f250 king ranch kinda wanna get a gray silverado that i was looking for to begin with cuz fuck black.
     
  8. Huck

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    Would never buy black. Would shoot myself in the foot first


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  9. Matts_Sierra

    Matts_Sierra Active Member

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    Picked this lil hoe up over the weekend. Got it from sams parents. I fuckin love this thing. It drives so quiet lol. Plans are to daily it/work truck it. Don’t really want to change ride height right now. I do want to get some 22” snowflakes for it and 5% tint and roll it. I gotta fix the steering wheel clunk first though lol


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  10. Connor

    Connor Well-Known Member

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    Thats awesome
     
  11. SamCarroll

    SamCarroll Faux Runner Staff Member

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    Im pretty sure they did the TSB for the clunk which obviously didnt do shit lol But idk what they've come up with since.
     
  12. erbear28

    erbear28 Member

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    I honestly think I had a fluke nbs. I don’t think I had half the normal nbs issues
     
  13. Connor

    Connor Well-Known Member

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    Mine was awesome, zero complaints related to the truck. It ate a little oil in the summer and a couple lines rusted out but that’s what you get for a truck with 300k. Can’t complain about one trans after 303k.
     
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  14. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    My NBSs have all had far fewer issues than any of my friends NNBS or OBS trucks. I much prefer the NBS generation over others


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  15. SamCarroll

    SamCarroll Faux Runner Staff Member

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    its just too bad theyre so old now and 90% are beat to fuck anymore.
     
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  16. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    This is true


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  17. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    My nbs was a great truck. It never gave me a single headache or reliability frustrations. I never even had to repair anything. The only things I did to it were those that I WANTED to do.
    I changed the oil and that's it.
    Granted it had 70k when I sold it. I believe there were and are many thousands of trouble free miles left in it.
    No trans issues, blend doors, any of the common bs. I broke a tailgate latch and that's honestly about all I can think of.

    Bricked a throttle body with my x link, but that is a known possibility and of no fault of the truck had it remained stock.


    Actually, I was just looking at some photos of that old girl the other day. A good buddy of mine just thought a v215 sanger, same boat I had. While going back on wakeworld for some info he'd asked for I came across a few pictures of the truck. A great truck I should have held on to.

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  18. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    I absolutely love my NBS diesel. It’s higher miles and does need a chunk of money put in her, but once that’s done she should be good for another 220k miles. And I’ll be in it WAYYYYYY cheaper than a newer truck


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  19. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    You know how many times I've seen this exact post here? LMAO.

    Eventually said poster gets fed up with constant repair and dumps the vehicle. Then for some sick and twisted reason repeats within calendar year. Lol.

    It comes to a point with older/high mileage vehicles where it isnt about the dollars anymore. There becomes a blurred line between money and irritability and frustration of repairs much more frequently.

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  20. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    Lmao I know. And I’m one of them. That’s ok though, for now, I love it


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