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Old 05-04-2008, 07:52 PM
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Screw fuel prices,..I'll do it myself..PICS

Some of you know me,..some of you don't ......for the ones that don't.

I like to do/make/fabricate/etc etc etc myself......so I thought this would be a funny pic....I even wrote a caption.


"In order to cut fuel costs, TANK is now pumping his own fuel"







And here is another pic I took today.....and for anyone that asks.."why didn't you get on top of the big one"

I did.....but because of the angle cut on it...my e-brake wouldn't hold me up on it,....that....and the e-brake works better if BOTH tires are touching the ground...lol




And a special thanks to Anthony(Billetgarage), in giving me another inch,....just to make sure I don't rub....thanks man.
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i just noticed your cowl hood, it's cool.

and the first one ... that'd be sweet but you'd have fines up the wazzoo lol!
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What about just putting it in L to keep it on the stump.
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Or how about this caption..

"TANK is testing his custom bumper's structural integrity with a large hammer"

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What about just putting it in L to keep it on the stump.

Ummm...manual tranny....it would keep going....


And the end result would be something like this


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Ummm...manual tranny....it would keep going....
I was under the impression that you would turn the engine off.
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Or how about this caption..

"TANK is testing his custom bumper's structural integrity with a large hammer"

HAH! I like that one better.
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I was under the impression that you would turn the engine off.
Tried that,...4low, low, both lockers on, and e-brake,...all at the same time,....still slid off.....

The pics are deceiving...it's alot steeper/than it looks.
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Tried that,...4low, low, both lockers on, and e-brake,...all at the same time,....still slid off.....

The pics are deceiving...it's alot steeper/than it looks.
What if someone else take's a pic with you in the truck.
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I quickly realized that no one will be satisfied until I have a pic with me on the high stump......so tomorrow...I'm bringing something to cut it flatter, and I'll take a pic....you guys kill me...LOLOLOLOL

I actually tried for 10 minutes to balance it up there,...but each time I opened the door to get out....BAM!...It would slide off again.
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