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post #1 of 8 Old 06-22-2013, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
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Seen a nice lookin 6.4 today... (Pic)

My buddy text me a pic of this 6.4 he seen today... I thought it was pretty good job done on the truck and I'm diggin the matching trailer truck bed! Only thing I'd change is have the truck a long bed, short beds lifted just look like a little short and buff- kinda like the guy at the gym that's 5'3" and 240 lbs yano? Lol.
Anyways thought I'd share the pic! Taken in the north Dallas area if anybody knows the guy, nice rig!




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I like

thanks for sharing

I hate long beds Myself ( no offense ) but the trailer works in that form

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Well we have something in common...kinda lol. I'd drive it don't get me wrong!


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That is a good looking truck. I agree it would look better with a long bed. That is a cool little trailer.


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Nice nice! 10-4 on the long bed tho! I love my land yachts

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WOW! That is an awesome setup. Looks like a Kelderman Lift?

I used to hate the shortbed look when they came out on the OBS, but now have a CCSB. Having had both I will there is a MAJOR difference in turning, parking and general maneuvering between the two. This guy has it right. Short bed truck with the removable long bed option. I hate to copy other peoples idea's, but that is sharp
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WOW! That is an awesome setup. Looks like a Kelderman Lift?

I used to hate the shortbed look when they came out on the OBS, but now have a CCSB. Having had both I will there is a MAJOR difference in turning, parking and general maneuvering between the two. This guy has it right. Short bed truck with the removable long bed option. I hate to copy other peoples idea's, but that is sharp
Yeah the long bed is a little harder maneuver but I'm so used to it now I can whip it any where I need. Only if these fords could turn as good as a Chevy thatd be good lol. If you notice he also shaved his fender badges, nice and clean, very good job on the truck I just say!


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I think the lifted short beds would look better with the single cab, more proportional looking I guess. I'll wind up looking for a Crew Cab with the short bed myself though, not planning on lifting it though.
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