I have (had) that glass as well. Be careful dropping that ice in, last week it broke the thin glass around the "pew" piece and the crunchy ice I was chewing on turned out to be pieces of glass. Better than fiber... AhemDude your avatar matches my glass right now!
I got a guy who lives in the area who bought an Ford F250 4x4 and actually LOWERED it. People do strange things and then whine when they go to sell it and no one seems to want to buy it.
Slam 40” MT tires, a 4” lift, and beadlocks on and daily drive that baby with pride around New Jersey. The OP would likely LOVE it. Why? Because only the the OP can be the judge of taste as he sits behind his keyboard.Those wheels are not something that I would ever do, but... if you think they are stupid, but banging up in the rocks a 40k+ Jeep is fun... you might be slightly biased.
Wow, small world. This rig passed me on my morning commute Rt 80 eastbound last week. He/she was moving at a decent clip too.Its not like it looks good, and diminishes the capability the vehicle was designed for. Cant swap tires with anyone if u get a flat. Costs a ridiculous amount of money just to look bad.
Destroys any good handling characteristics.
Makes the ride harsh and unbearable.
Easier to get a flat
Curbs at the mall and drive thru are a huge danger factor
Thumbs up. I think modern trucks sit too high to begin with. On some trucks (GMs) they look really awkward because of that!I took stock lift blocks out of the back of my f150 4x4. Down an inch and a half in the back and up an inch and a half in the front. I’ve always liked the lcg look and performance. I put raptor 35s on it. It was awesome... Functioned exactly as I wanted it to... I sold it the same day I put it up for sale...
Yep, they do. It’s pretty universal. I don’t get it why people feel the need to be so judgmental about what other people like, but whatever floats their boat.I wonder if the Raptor, Mustang, Camaro or whatever other car forums bashes each other's choices? Not my thing but not my money either. Maybe it's a show car build, who knows.
If you went to a brodozer enthusiast meetup driving a purple F350 on 26" wheels with rubberband tires, I have a feeling you'd get chased out of town by "the boys" and that might be a best case scenario. But it's also just a stereotype lol. Hopefully an incorrect one. :DYep, they do. It’s pretty universal. I don’t get it why people feel the need to be so judgmental about what other people like, but whatever floats their boat.