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Picture/Video of Your Ride!
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Picture of YOUR ride. Not your mom's, not your buddy's, not your 2016 Sierra Denali on 38" Toyos that we all know you found on google images...


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My DD.


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My daily driver.  2003 Ford F-250 6.0L

   

   
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Are Bikes allowed lol? 50cc moped tuned to shit.
Live your life a quartre mile at a time

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POS, but I'll eventually do something to it....


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2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Just 2wd (already know the I should of bought a 4wd discussion)
V6 4.3L 195 hp, 260 ft lbs tq with the 4L60E automatic 
53,000 miles
upgraded the center console to one out of a LT trim instead of WT/LS package
Added the 4 Driver Information Center Buttons
XM satellite radio which is my favorite besides their price....  
Wanting to upgrade the wheels to aluminum 17's sometime along with the 6 gauge instrument cluster for more info and maybe add carpet instead of the vinyl/rubber floor

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2014 Chevy Silverado 1500
Yup It's 2wd. If you don't like it, I don't care, you are not paying my truck payments. 
5.3 V8 (355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque)
24,500 miles
Completely stock. For now.. I have been trying to ride out the factory warranty until I can't stand it being stock anymore. Ya, I am about at that point..

Plans:
Lift kit (5")
Different wheels and tires (cheap factory tires are just awful)
Cat back Exhaust system
Side steps
Window tint
Possibly front and rear replacement bumper (not anytime soon)
LED light bar. 
Towing mirrors
Definitely ditch the full chrome grille, maybe color match it white and black. 
I am sure I will think of much more.


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Good to be back Wink
First, second and fourth cars are mine. In order:
- 1992 Golf 1.6L diesel (my "new" project car)
- 2001 Jetta 2.0L gas
- 2006 Jetta 1.9L TDI
Hoping to get a MK4 Jetta TDI wagon in the next month also.


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(04-13-2016, 01:56 AM)carsonj493 Wrote: 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500
Yup It's 2wd. If you don't like it, I don't care, you are not paying my truck payments. 
5.3 V8 (355 horsepower and 383 lb-ft of torque)
24,500 miles
Completely stock. For now.. I have been trying to ride out the factory warranty until I can't stand it being stock anymore. Ya, I am about at that point..

Plans:
Lift kit (5")
Different wheels and tires (cheap factory tires are just awful)
Cat back Exhaust system
Side steps
Window tint
Possibly front and rear replacement bumper (not anytime soon)
LED light bar. 
Towing mirrors
Definitely ditch the full chrome grille, maybe color match it white and black. 
I am sure I will think of much more.

Pretty cool, the factory tires are awful.  Had 3 of the 4 go flat coming home from a trip, none of them had nails or anything. Wrangler SR-As are what I believe the tires were.
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(04-13-2016, 02:51 AM)Brett Wrote: Pretty cool, the factory tires are awful.  Had 3 of the 4 go flat coming home from a trip, none of them had nails or anything. Wrangler SR-As are what I believe the tires were.

Yup, the dealership had to replace three of the tires because they apparently could not get them within spec while doing a road force balance. They replaced three tires.. Three. Why not just do all four so they all have the same dang mileage and wear on them. Smh. I like all my tires to have the same mileage and wear. These tires are Michelins, not sure exactly which ones though, probably the cheapest ones. Toyo open country's or some Nitto's will eventually fix this annoyance though Wink
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