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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2003, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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I would like to quote a great ORC Member [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
My impression of Drey

SEE LOOK I'M A SUPER BAD ASS WHEELER! NOT ONLY DO I HAVE A TAILGATE, ITS RED! SUPER DUPER HOLDS THINGS IN GREAT WHEN IM CRAWLING RED! CRAWLING UP THE CURB AT THE MALL! WAIT I LIVE IN BFE WE DON'T HAVE MALLS!!!
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2003, 10:07 PM
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You spelled Resurrection wrong...

and furthermore

"I KNOW IF MY FRIENDS AND ME WERE AT SOME ROCK CRAWLING TRAIL PLACE YOU'D BE THERE CRYING LIKE A BITCH WHILE YOUR WUSSY FLATBED ON LOCKED UP, CROSSOVERED, 4.88, ONE TONS WITH 38" TSLS GOT STUCK ON A TWIG, I'D JUST DROP THE GATE AND THE AERODYNAMICS WOULD GIVE ME MORE TRACTION THAN A SPOOOOOOL. ID HOOK UP MY 31's LIKE MAD YO!!!"

*cough*

Yeah, well, it's a tailgate, but it kind of ruins the look of your truck. Paint the grill, the hood, the deck of the bed, and the tailgate flat black, thenyou'll be high stepping RJ style! Yo!

Yeah junkyards rock, all the 73-87's are always stripped though

Is the rim on your spare color coordinated? You fag!
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FIRST OFF for maximum aerodynamic traction the gate should be in the UP position!
Second so what if it is colorcordinated...I might paint the running boards blue too...
and lastly the 73-87s here are still pretty complete There is a couple Burbans not to bad, both are half ton with most stuff, one is missing the rear axle and seats, other is just rusted out. And the truck I got the tail gate off of has some nice steel rims, but they are 6 lug and I want to go 3/4 ton soon so why waste my money.

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Here's a Diagram For You


Drey | Gay
()()()()()()()()()()() ^^
RJ | Sympathetic
)))))))))))))))-----+__+_/////
RJ = Sensitive / Drey = Wierd Iowa Accent
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RJ = Spy Sauce/Jim Beam Steaksauce
Drey = Grain truck turned truck hauler
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Drey = Stock Blueness (RJ +/- NOTSTOCK)

So there you go
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well im glad your feeling your usual self RJ [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
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Why in God's name would you actually INSTALL running boards!? I though only old men put those things on trucks. [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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Dude, if I'd known you wanted runningboards you could've had mine. I actually paid a guy to take mine away. I sold him my old plastic bedliner for $10 if he took the runningboards and $20 if he didn't. He took the runningboards.

Only old men have spare tires mounted in a bed corner or runningboards.
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I'd bet he plans on converting the running boards to loading ramps for his lawn mower. No one actually uses running boards.
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Wrath my truck came with ones just like yours...Im gonna try and mount them on my Le Sabre as Redneck Lowrider Ground Effects...and I am gonna use those runnin boards on my truck. Keep the rocks and gravel from destroying my rocker panels. Only till i have some time to fabricate my own made out of 2x2 inch tubing with expanded still on top...those will be more like Nerf Bars or Rock Bars
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