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    Quote Originally Posted by Andriss View Post
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    2001 GMC Sonoma - Sold it a couple years ago when the repairs got out of hand. I am really starting to miss having a truck..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    It's "retro" baby. 1955 Dodge side trim styling.

    It's a Mark III Custom.

    And my wife had a lot to say about it since she drives it everyday to work.

    I still drive a Crown Vic.

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    My '08 1500 LT Z71, When it was new. It has has its share of dings and scratches now... but she's still a looker

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    4x4 Ford Lariat 2011, sweet truck
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    I drive it at least weekly .....
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    Here is a pic of my first vehicle that I bought it has 170k on it and has way too much money into it to ever sell it mostly sits in the shed and gets driven rarely will probably use it for hunting this winter. I also have an 06 chevy 1500 4 door all stock that the wife drives because I have a long commute
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    Well since "SUVs" are OK, here's my pet:

    First a couple of just the Jeep.

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    Another '08 4-Runner and with favorite toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Another '08 4-Runner and with favorite toy.

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    Here is my 2007 Toyota tundra crewmax 60,000 miles



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    Here is my 2010 chevy silverado 1500 LT with power everything that i bought just under a year ago. She has around 25,000 miles now which i bought her with 12 miles so i put alot of time driving this year. Since i bought it i put a 2.25 inch leveling kit in the front and a 1 inch leveling kit in the rear, its got a deezee cab rack and a deep UWS toolbox in the back. Along with tracone racks for carrying the canoe and kayaks in the summer. The interior is stock beside the weathertech digital fit floormats and a duha underseat storeage bin. Stock wheels and tires until this fall where she will be getting 33x 12.50 tires and 20inch wheels.
    First pick was a month or so after buying the truck, was out scouting so i took a pic of it.

    Second pick was with the front leveling kit only no rear leveling kit in the pic.

    I have a pic with the rear leveling kit but its just an inch different in the rear is all.

    Sorry for the blurry cell phone pics
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    pm me with the details of your kit AFB, gas milage differences, cost, and time to install. Been interested in doing the same thing to my truck, same year, same size, same cab.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFB View Post
    Here is my 2010 chevy silverado 1500 LT with power everything that i bought just under a year ago. She has around 25,000 miles now which i bought her with 12 miles so i put alot of time driving this year. Since i bought it i put a 2.25 inch leveling kit in the front and a 1 inch leveling kit in the rear, its got a deezee cab rack and a deep UWS toolbox in the back. Along with tracone racks for carrying the canoe and kayaks in the summer. The interior is stock beside the weathertech digital fit floormats and a duha underseat storeage bin. Stock wheels and tires until this fall where she will be getting 33x 12.50 tires and 20inch wheels.
    First pick was a month or so after buying the truck, was out scouting so i took a pic of it.

    Second pick was with the front leveling kit only no rear leveling kit in the pic.

    I have a pic with the rear leveling kit but its just an inch different in the rear is all.

    Sorry for the blurry cell phone pics
    You know that yours didn't sit as low in the front as some I have seen. I like the second pic as well. I think I like it better with it sitting even. Is there a reason they come with the nose sitting low from the factory? Is it so the truck won't be too offset if you put a heavy load in the back that makes it squat?

    Just curious.

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