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AS a owner of a big lifted truck You always here useless waste of money etc.
So this is what my thought are positives, negatives but before you go forward
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcOZJo2mlJs


POSITIVE

1 No more door dings Positive
2 whats Road rage hahaha I win
3 going over that big bolder no rocker damage
4 under pass flooded , what stops me nothing
5 car /truck shows Crowd Favorite
Theres a lot more I'll let you all chime in

NEGATIVE

Parking
changing a flat tire

low clearance objects
 

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My only real problem is the guys who build these trucks and never take them off road, or even on gravel for the matter. what's the point of having something that big and never using it for what it is built for. There are a tonne of guys in my town like that.
 

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My only real problem is the guys who build these trucks and never take them off road, or even on gravel for the matter. what's the point of having something that big and never using it for what it is built for. There are a tonne of guys in my town like that.
I agree with you tottaly mall queens , as for me I have taken it off road nothing crazy but shes bin off road I built it for the oil patch as I'm a consultant as well being my first monster build truck Done by myself this will eventually be my hauler for my real monster I gonna build bin consulting with patrick enterprise RE monster truck Frame builder
 

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i want too watch you pull a monster truck behind that...

what you gonna use for a trailer?

what you gonna use for toungue?

6 ft drop hitch? lol
 

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i want too watch you pull a monster truck behind that...

what you gonna use for a trailer?

what you gonna use for toungue?

6 ft drop hitch? lol
One word B-train set up


Actually see in the pic on truck rear thoughts are to use a spare 2.5 ton axle with 52" tall tire and like a 5th wheel set up trailer actually very easy there will be no ball but rather Air locked system if you no what i mean like a C-clamp going into a ring The real deal

those tires are rated for 18,500 pounds load dually set up 28,000 pound load capacity
Rim an tire just under 550 pounds per corner

 

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WOW..... Nice truck you got man, and another thing if people think it's useless to have a lifted truck you can always run bitches like that over ...
 

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We had our 96 Ram 1500 4x4 with a 16in drop hitch to pull my horse trailer. Loved the 37" mtr's excellant in any weather and terrain
could see over snow drifts, cars, and sml suv's
no one could see what was in teh back of in the cab of the truck
could go off roading where most fear to tread loved it!!
the list of a lifted truck plus's goes on and on.
You can find your truck in the Walmart parking lot! lol

tire changes would most likely have beena pain in the behind. those 37" tires are friggin heavy!
People ask to drive, not friggin likely, ride maybe but never drive.
as for parking I took up two spots I still do with my Super Duty :D
some people get really pissed about that though. yet they keep parking too close if I don't.
People know your at Walmart , again..lol
 

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One word B-train set up


Actually see in the pic on truck rear thoughts are to use a spare 2.5 ton axle with 52" tall tire and like a 5th wheel set up trailer actually very easy there will be no ball but rather Air locked system if you no what i mean like a C-clamp going into a ring The real deal

yeah we cant b train here....

its called a pintle hook...
 
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