Things that make you go, hmmm....

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  1. Jedii

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    Try to post only pictures you took yourself, not from FAIL websites ;)


    This pic was great, i had to take it.
     

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  2. XtremeAaron

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    If you gonna leave your nuts on your office desk, what do you expect?
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  4. Familyguy1

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    They are supposed to be in the bed of the truck.....:rolleyes:
     
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    It turned out to be an awful movie. (As you could probably expect)
     
  6. XtremeAaron

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    they weren't even real, just u-bolted to the truck. useless on a gasser as well, worst part is its on a ranger!
     
  7. eyebeam

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    ... And the fake vent holes on the front fender aint helping matters.
     
  8. XtremeAaron

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    Nope not at all. I saw this in the parking lot and HAD to take a pic. Walmart of all places, go figure.
     
  9. Familyguy1

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    Ah that makes sense. that is true. I saw a ranger the other day that was lifted on big tires, dual exhaust, it actually didnt look too bad.

    Oh another thing that made me go "hmm". So I was driving down the road and I see this Chevy Silverado dualie, HD 3500 I think. Well, you know how dualies are supposed to be kinda tall right, this one was pretty much a low-rider...the back end was maybe 10 inches off the ground.
     

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