Your vehicles as they sit now!

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

  1. Matts_Sierra

    Matts_Sierra Active Member

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    Drive it for a while, since ive got it i put the new 22s on, intake, tint, led bulbs, brakes and a hub. i like the ride now. Yea itd be cooler lower but i dig how it looks and ride now so it'll stay like this for a while. Im not going to to debadge it cause the paint forusre is faded around it and leaving moldings on so i can park it anywhere and not worry about door dings
     
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  2. BigBoi

    BigBoi Well-Known Member

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    Them spray painted windows tho [​IMG]


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  3. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    You look like you from Carolina with them stuffed tars boi

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  4. dszx13

    dszx13 Well-Known Member

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    Cgm meet 2k20 lol
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  5. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    CGM mini meet GA
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  6. Bassmaster

    Bassmaster Media Mod

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    Just done did. Mucho better now :shake:
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  7. WildChevys

    WildChevys In Valor There Is Hope

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    Indeed


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  8. roundsy

    roundsy RCSB and a Hoe

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    Just dropped it off to have the lift pulled

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  9. gmc00z

    gmc00z Active Member

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    @roundsy removing to keep trok or trade in?
     
  10. roundsy

    roundsy RCSB and a Hoe

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    Not sure yet. Truck isn’t getting traded on anything, may sell outright though. Just enjoyed the truck more when it was leveled so going back to that.
     
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  11. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    I’ve always said a leveled truck is best. A bunch of my friends have had lifted trucks and it’s more of a pain than it’s worth. I can’t crank my Dmax any more, so I’m going to get a 3” lift and just keep it low. I just want the front up a touch higher to get it sitting right and clear 35s.


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  12. gmc00z

    gmc00z Active Member

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    IMO, level + wheel/tire
     
  13. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    Yep. And preferably OEM wheel. I only want another inch out of my Dmax but angles are already as far as I’m comfortable. Gonna do the LML wheels with the old bolt pattern to get rid of the spacers and 35s


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  14. gmc00z

    gmc00z Active Member

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    you know me.. oem+ or bust
     
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  15. SamCarroll

    SamCarroll Faux Runner Staff Member

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  16. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    Yall are getting old too fast. We have plenty of time to be old, let's not accelerate it lol.

    I love the look of a lifted truck, I've always had one, im sure I always will. Just how much depends on the amount of usage. I think I'm at the point of a 6" and 35s is all I'd go on a daily driven truck for 10-15k a year.
    Anything above that is reserved for a fun/weekend truck. That's 8-12" territory and at that point you get to a minimum of x12 and 37s and that starts to wear shit out.

    My 6.0 is at 8" and 22x12 and 37s and I guess it's a happy medium. However if I weren't geared in 4.56 I'd probably go to a 6" and 35s, x10. But 35s get small looking real quick on these trucks, and 4-6" looks ok with x10 but if I put an x10 on my truck now it would not look right imo. I also think I'm done with 22s on a daily driver. Tires are expensive and I'd prefer to have a little more tire a 20" is a good compromise

    X12 still gives a deep lip and nice look, but isnt as aggressive on front end components as a 14 wide, of course it isnt as good on them as a 10 wide but that's life.
    My buddy offered me a pair of 6" fabtech springs that he literally put on his truck 3 months ago and is taking them for 4" icons. I might have them powdered and take him up on the deal.

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  17. Huck

    Huck GSU Eagle

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    Don’t get me wrong, I love the look. Corny’s crew was perfect before he sold it. But I daily my truck 15-20k a year and use it to tow at work a good bit, don’t want any taller than that 3” kit and 35s. Plus my short ass couldn’t get in it lol.

    I also have no interest in trying to keep the thing clean with x10s or x12s. My truck stays filthy just with LMLs and 2.5” spacers. I like the tall and skinny look on an HD more and more


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  18. j.mo

    j.mo Well-Known Member

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    Any of you guys find a nice, clean 05-07 white ecsb Silverado/Sierra with 100-120k holler at a player.

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  19. DirtyBlackHoe

    DirtyBlackHoe Bun B, Baracca, Beezer

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    100% agree ... I always felt like the truck needed about 1" more in the front and it would sit right. I also always hated that I had to run the adapters.

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  20. erbear28

    erbear28 Member

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    why not just leave it on 33's
     

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