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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-18-2001, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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BIG 2WD Silverado

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check this truck out. It is 2WD.

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Re: BIG 2WD Silverado

hmmm....lets see....one question......WHY?? [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
sure it looks cool, but come on and get a real truck

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Don't you want 44's on a 2wd 1/2 ton?

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Re: BIG 2WD Silverado

It sure is big and looks pretty cool but why whould you lift a 2WD that high!!
I'll just make the pic easy for everybody too.


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Too much money burning a whole in your pocket, or just for shts and giggles

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I guess we can apply the 'whatever floats your boat' thinking to the owner of the truck.

I do agree w/ MPHZ71, it is pointless to lift a 2WD to the sky. I hope he knows it won't take much for him to get stuck. [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]

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For some reason I really don't think this guy built it to go muddin'. I'd say we have a show truck before us!

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If you're not gonna take it off road anyway, why waste money on 4WD? You can't really make a front driveshaft work with that much lift anyway.

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Re: BIG 2WD Silverado

Well, personally....I actually like the looks of that truck and who cares if its just a street truck....Its one bad ass looking truck and I would much rather drive it or look at it than a lowered Mazda or Ranger!!!! I actually wouldn't mind seeing what that hole Indigo Blue Tahoe/Yukon looks like thats in the back ground?

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i bet that thing is fun to drive around town too. i wonder if the babes know it's 2 wheel drive and if they even care. i oughta do that to my '83 silverado!

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