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  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Yea she did do that song very well! My favorite is coltin dixon from TN. I think he has a unique sound and has GREAT potential.
     
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    Ok we are not gonna talk about American idol in the Battlefield 3 clubhouse or I swear Ill sign up with the dark brotherhood and hunt you all down.........wait wrong game.
     
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    Yep, I knew it would get a rise from MM. :D
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    Thats why I said flames.......
     
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    You didn't say anything about G8tor?
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    LOL !!!! MM you crack me up!
     
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    I do my best to stay away from Metro, I honestly think it might be impossible to break 600 (maybe even 550) spm while staying away from Metro. I mean it's cool to see guys around 800+ spm, but I know what map they gravitate too. Just so many bodies (of every sort) to shoot, heal revive, or give ammo to. Playing 2 rounds of metro or just a great round of metro can make my spm climb like 2pts.
     
  8. TheMailMan78

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    I think people who track stats so seriously have small peckers.....However this is just a hypothesis.
     
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    Some say the same for people who bring their cars to the dyno, go to the track, lift their trucks, or generally do something better than the average person can do. It's the easy way out, "You beat me at something, must have a small dick, now I feel so much better about myself since I insulted someone elses accomplishments".
     
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    I just said it was a hypothesis. No need to be so defensive. However you being so defensive makes me think I struck a nerve. Sorry man. Really. I'm sorry.
     
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    Well, it's obvious that people who lift their trucks have small penis syndrome. They aren't doing anything better than anyone else, they are just plain doing it wrong.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Never tried to drive a jeep in BF3 over the rocks?

    :banghead:

    trucks with lifts are pretty common up here, but I'm also pretty close to the mountains, and rock-climbing is fairly popular. Plus, a lift when you get a couple of feet of snow dumped on ya means you're less likely to get stuck.:laugh:

    A time and a place for EVERYTHING....:roll:
     
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    Ha!

    Did you forget the "MT" in MT Alex means "Montana?":laugh: I live in the mountains. Changing the center of gravity on your truck and putting huge tires on it means you go in the ditch a lot easier than a person with a real truck. But I digress.

    Did I hear you say you are drinking, tonight?
     
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    Not defense at all, just saying what I think of the saying, it's hard to determine emotion behind speech through type. Though if your trying to get a picture of my junk, toss me a pm and we might be able to work something out.

    Only way your going to go in the ditch is by going to fast and understeering in, you rally racing your truck? On a plowed road it's easy to drive despite lift or tire size, thats not the best measure, I think he's actually talking about driving through the ditch your worried about going in :p
     
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    I think your trollo' meter needs adjusting man. lol
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yes, you did.

    And i hear ya on the center of gravity thing, and dealing with that is what makes a lifted truck useful, or just compensating. A guy down the street from me had a nice '85 blazer with an 18-24-inch lift kit, and was asking a decent price. It was ready for real off-roading, not falling on it's side, fortunately, but it sold before I could get the cash together. Instead of the white GMC, i bought a white Gibson. :laugh:

    This is normal summer activity up here, and lifts are useful:

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    Waiparous is one of my favorite spots in the world. ;)
     
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    Because I respond to copy and paste conversation ending responses? I'll respond to umad, cool story bro, or anything else :laugh: I still think your trying to cover up that you were trying to get the measurements of everyone in the club house.
     
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    Dunno about rocks. But I will say big tires in mud isn't always the answer. You want your weight in the middle and your tires close together among other things.

    I see these redneck building these monster trucks all the time and I used to enjoy cruising by them real slow like in my lil' CJ5 and 900/16s. There is a member on the forums that really thinks he knows about boggin which makes me laugh. Loved to see him in the glades with all his "knowledge".

    Of course my father used to build swamp buggies during the 80's for a certain clientèle coming out of Miami and he set up my jeep. lol

    Ill call your bluff. Send me your junk.
     
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    Where did I say I'm giving away pics? :laugh: I said it seems like you want some, and if you got enough ambition we might be able to strike a deal, lol.

    But yeah for mud you don't want wide tires, though there isn't anything wrong with tall, just the taller you get, you will gain some width.
     
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    Thats what I thought. Junkless.
     
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    All you have to do is break your cage Bilo.
     
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    lololol :laugh:
     
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    Honestly, I don't think winter roads in Minnesota are the best measure. I can't find anything on google earth as steep as my driveway within a thousand miles of Duluth.:laugh: And my driveway is a far cry from anything "good" around here. I don't go in the ditch, period, but I pull a lot of tourists and transplants out, driving rigs I wouldn't allow on the property.

    Nice outfit, Idaho, looks like you've put a shit ton of work into it. That's what we refer to around here as a California rig:)
     
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    That California rig has pulled out a ton of Idaho Trucks up in the snow. Funny it was bought in Montana originally.Lockers and low gears being the key. I did take it to
    California once. Never doing that again. It isn't what you would call comfortable :D I do drive it to work every day though.
    It has killed 2 deer on the way to work so far :p Last one was a nice 4 point Muley.
     

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