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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Sheremeta, Jul 23, 2012.
Me and my wife were walking out to my truck after shopping at publix one night. There was an f350 that was HUGE! Im talking 50 inch tires, probably illegal huge.
I told her when my truck is paid off im gonna lift it like that. She said "why?, my mom and i wouldent be able to get in it" i said
"thats the point" lol
(my wife is not fat btw) ;D
;D ;D ;D
Its funny watching your drunk fishing buddies trying to get in after a long day on the water too...
I'm still debating on lifting my truck... nothing like that, but just 6 inches.. maybe it would have helped me a little bit here, but I doubt it.. ;DI was stuck in about 3 feet of red clay.Those diesels are just too dang heavy...
I have always said that the people who do those huge lifts on their trucks are trying to over compensate for other "smaller" things in their lives. That's why I always lower whatever I am driving ;D ;D ;D
--me too -lower is bettter lets the honey's slide right in ,and easy surfboard retrieval...
Tide: is this heat gettin to ya?
yes- long day on the beach with barbie and friends :-?
a- thanks for the invite
You should be scoping out spots for mini season tomorrow ;D
sorry -barbie only has 2 friends....... :-?
bikini season ??
I think to better understand whats going on we need pics of "said" beach day, and barbie.
i asked her for the camera but shes passed out!!!! :-/
-not quite the party animal she use to be.......... ;D
I think a lifted truck is the same thing as a crown vic with big rims.
Not even comparable. Have you ever seen guys put in on a dirt ramp and have their tailpipe submerged in water? Not this guy ;D Plus, small tires on a full size truck look funny as heck to me...
My cars tailpipes dont go in the water!!!
the real reason you need guide ons ;D
I should have clarified lift better. There are some trucks with a slight lift and they look good, usually lifted for better clearance on the trails or to fit aftermarket wheels but not much more than factory. I’m talking about the F250 that’s over lifted to the point that you have to plan on how you are getting into the vehicle. I had a contractor working for me years ago that had a Tundra that was so high the front bumper was level with the hood of my truck. I knew for a fact it he never took that truck off road. The drop in gas mileage compounded with the cost of tire replacement forced him to sell the thing because it was killing his bottom line. I also agree that too small of a tire looks just as bad. Have you seen a lifted truck without the big wheels? That looks really bad.
If you are getting your tail pipe wet you need a longer trailer tongue not a taller truck. I saw rims that size for sale on the north side of Jacksonville. I think they were like 2k each. I wonder if you can use an EBT cart to pay the monthly rental payments?