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Old 10-22-2005, 01:35 AM   #1
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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150011.JPG

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150013.JPG

DAAYYYUMMM! You're probably right, it won't ever leave the asphalt, but damn, that thing is fine. I guess this whole BIG RIM thing is growing on me, I love the MTZ's.
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I saw that thing in person.....DAMN is it HIGH!!
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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150011.JPG

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That thing is bigger than mine and I'm riding on 40's. Geeez
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Old 10-22-2005, 01:35 PM   #6
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Those are real nice running boards he's got on it...not. Must be a nice life when you don't know what to do with your money.

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Old 10-22-2005, 03:00 PM   #7
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I like the no front drive shaft thing, why not just make it out of a pre runner?
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Old 10-22-2005, 03:41 PM   #8
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Make him plunge it into a mudhole and post those pics...
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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150011.JPG

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150013.JPG
Do you think you can fab me up a pair of those sliders????

And I LOVE the front recovery points....

Just what we need.....ANOTHER NorCal Non-Wheeling SAS Tacoma....

Too bad its a D-Cab...I could use the tranny if it were a stick.
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Old 10-22-2005, 07:28 PM   #11
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Is your buddy compensating for something? Small penis maybe?
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Does that front axle say "Dynatrac"??? HOLY$$$$

Is that a bentup creation? or did he have someone else do it?
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Does that front axle say "Dynatrac"??? HOLY$$$$

Is that a bentup creation? or did he have someone else do it?
I think anyone can buy those Dynatrac diff covers.
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True, but some people have the $$$ to fork out the dough for an acutal dynatrac axle...
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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150011.JPG

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150013.JPG
damn, that things taller than Anthony's, LOL
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Is your buddy compensating for something? Small penis maybe?

maybe he just likes big trucks, and it has nothing to do w/ his DONG!!!
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Does that front axle say "Dynatrac"??? HOLY$$$$

Is that a bentup creation? or did he have someone else do it?

yeah those are pretty cheap huh !
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I like the no front drive shaft thing, why not just make it out of a pre runner?
I was looking at that and thinking the same damn thing. Though I just chalked it up to being a noob, I didnt think that anyone would SAS a prerunner....
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Some pics of a buddy's mall rig. So i dont think it will ever see dirt...The 18" rims cost more than my axle and it is only about 7" over the legal heigh limit. For height comparison, the tires are 38's and i cannot see into the windows when standing next to the damn thing. Poor boy is going to get a lot of tickets.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150011.JPG

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/P1150013.JPG
Whether dude wheels it, is still getting his front D-shaft made, has just a Dyna cover or axle, gets tickets, or anything else, I am as always very impressed with your exceptional work! VERY nice, clean, and attention to detail all seem to be things I notice on all of your project photo's that end up on here. Nice job. Let's hope this can one day be your only line of work you do, if that is what you desire it to become.
Again, good work.
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Old 10-23-2005, 06:51 PM   #21
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a bit more info:
yes we did build it...
its a friend of Aj and timmmaaay's and he did NOT want to cut the fenders for some reason. the entire reason for the build is that the kid owns his own concrete company and this is his work/ promo truck. this thing sky's at least 8" over my rig (and im on 40's).
The 38" MT's are as tall as my 39.5" IROK's, but they weigh at least twice as much. He can still do a burn out, even though it has 38's!!
The front axle was completely built in house, the cover is just a dynatrack unit.
The front drive shaft is coming as well as hydro assist, track bar, and sway bar.
The front springs are 3" lifted waggy's... i do not recommend ever using them. first they are way too tall, 2nd, they are way too soft. when he jabs the brakes, this thing nose dives like you can not even imagine.
he will be coming back to clearance the fenders, remove the mall running boards, and maybe lower it a bit. he likes big trucks, and since he has a fine ass wife, i assume it doesnt matter how under endowed he may be.
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can we get pics of the wife? thanks Chuck have her post with the truck....in a bikini....damn..thanks for looking out Chuck
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he likes big trucks, and since he has a fine ass wife, i assume it doesnt matter how under endowed he may be.

OK, whewww!!!! BTW, I'm w/ Anthony, we need pics of the wife, LOL!!
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can we get pics of the wife? thanks Chuck have her post with the truck....in a bikini....damn..thanks for looking out Chuck

I'd rather her be naked, but beggers can't be choosers, LOL!!
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well thats definetly an attention grabber.

I was just in Sacremento this weekend, that would have been sweet to see.
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Height comparison... i may feel small, but at least my o-ring wont leak on a side hill.

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Height comparison... i may feel small, but at least my o-ring wont leak on a side hill.

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I seriously hope this guy has the brains to keep that thing off side hills.
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Height comparison... i may feel small, but at least my o-ring wont leak on a side hill.

http://www.norcalttora.com/~chuck/Be...b/joshsky1.jpg
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I don't think his will leak either, considering how tightly it will be sucked to the seat, however, I do wonder if they make a hi-lift adapter to remove a seat cushion from ones anus...
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Height comparison... i may feel small, but at least my o-ring wont leak on a side hill.

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Holy crap that thing is tall. Like I said, that thing is taller than my '05 sitting on 40's.
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Looks like it has potential. Maybe he'll end up selling to someone who'll get rid of the dubs. Slap on some sliders and bumpers and you're in business...
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