Trucks

Discussion in 'Youth Forum' started by Diesel, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Grant-KS

    Grant-KS Senior Refuge Member

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    '04 Chevy 2500HD Supercab longbed 4X4 Duramax, 6 speed Allison, maybe slight lift with pretty deep mudding tires, performance chip, heavy duty winch on front, a few spotlights, DU logos, K-STATE tag, and all that good stuff. LOL
     
  2. RKS

    RKS Elite Refuge Member

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    Skip the DU logos and get Delta Waterfowl!:)
     
  3. huntinkid

    huntinkid Elite Refuge Member

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    ok time for my stuff. This is just what I want, only 2 1/2 years til my first truck.lol.


    dark blue 2002 Chevy Silverado K1500 extended cab stepside bed.

    6" suspension lift, 3" block, and 3" body. for a total of 12" lift.

    38" super swampers or monster mudders.

    custom hood with 3" full length scoop.

    chrome 3/2 rollbars. With 4 round chrome lights

    Chrome grille and bruch guard with 2 more round lights.

    16" chrome rims, with 10 of the holes around it.

    4 bucket seats, black, with a blue stripe down the middle.

    Rancho electric off road shocks with inside button

    4" dual exaust

    chrome light backing

    chrome step bars

    warn winch

    1000 wat amp, all kinds of speakers

    5 disc cd changer

    tv screens in steering wheel and on passenger dash, with a PS2 for passanger

    custom tailgate, with license plate slanted on the outside.

    and I know I'm forgetting plenty of stuff



    Now for my other truck, 2nd dream.lol



    brand new blazer extreme. with some body work done to it

    a really high gloss black paintjob

    22" chrome spinners, with donut tires.

    3" scoop

    a front all black license plant with a chrome $ sign

    hydrolics all around.

    remove back sats and replace it with about 2 15" subs 4 12"er and a ton of smaller ones about 1000 wat amp, maybe more. 10 disc changer cd player.

    3.5" dual exhaust

    a tv screen on on headrests, in the sterring wheel, and the dash on passnager side.

    3 PS2's

    and I'm probably forgetting plenty with this one also.


    all around I'd say about $800,000 in my driveway.lol.
     
  4. brunstick7_7

    brunstick7_7 Senior Refuge Member

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    grant,

    if your gonna won't deep mudders, ur gonna want a lift, trust me, progect car gone right
     
  5. Diesel

    Diesel Senior Refuge Member

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    Nice Job fellas
     
  6. dood

    dood Elite Refuge Member

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    This is the truck that I have. I got it for my 16 birthday last year.

    2002 GMC Sierra
    4" Rancho Suspension lift
    3" Body Lift
    33" tires but will be getting 36" swampers when these wear out
    APC carbon fiber taillights
    Smitty Bilt running boards
    Billet grill
    Flowmasters
    And come this friday I will have a Line-X bedliner

    One of these days I will post a pic
     
  7. dood

    dood Elite Refuge Member

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    Oh and one more thing. Who ever said that trucks don't attract girls. Believe me, girls like everything a little bit bigger:sp
     
  8. Lots O Decoys

    Lots O Decoys Elite Refuge Member

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    Howdy boys!!!! Heard about all of the commotion over here and had to take a look for myself. Safetyman and Pad aren't trying to pry into your business, just looking out for the well being of the site. From the looks of it you have taken the criticism very well, I am impressed! The future of this forum is in your hands...you mess it up and it will be taken away I'm sure. Needless to say for the most part we are all kids in older bodies anyway. I myself am probably one of the biggest! I finally was able to buy/build my "dream truck" at the early age of.........33 so for the majority of you, ya better start saving now!!! :D See what ya think...

    88 Ford Bronco
    302 with chip and DUI High Performance Distributer (getting ready to do a 460 swap before I sold it):(
    8" Superlift + 3" body
    K&N filters
    Shift kit
    4.88 gears with truetrack front and detroit rear.
    Flowmasters
    Brushguards
    KC Lights
    American Racing 10x15 rims
    38x14.50x15 Super Swamper TSL SX
    Full Size Spare with Hi lift Jack
    Galaxy 44 CB with 100 watt linear.

    A mud warrior to say the least... My wife used to tell me that I was the most popular kid in highschool,:D she would roll her eyes and tell me to act my age.:rolleyes: You are only as young as you feel you are in your heart. I take pride in thinking that I can still "relate" to the younger crowd. So if ya ever need anything, drop me a line. Keep it clean and enjoy life while you can... the bills are a waiting.

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  9. SafetyMan

    SafetyMan Elite Refuge Member

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    '97 Ford F250 3/4 ton 4x4
    Extended cab
    Power Stroke Diesel
    long box

    Pulls the bass boat and duck boat anywhere I want to go.


    Oh, did I mention....

    I don't have to pay for oil, fuel, repairs, tires, cell phone kit, CB, OR the truck!

    Company-owned truck!

    I'm getting a 1 ton 4 door Ford F350 in a few months... same deal on the fuel!
     
  10. kill 'em all

    kill 'em all Elite Refuge Member

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    Company truck? Sounds like free loading to me...;) :l It's ok. I don't know about anyone else, but I, for one, am guilty of it, too.:D
     

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