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Dude, is that you?
Lol, OK. I never heard the term "Prison *****" referring to a stance. Def sits too high for my liking. I always get a kick out of seeing a member's pic from the forum. Kind of puts a face to the personality.Is it me that said what you quoted from my post? Uhhh... yeah. My TYF account hasn't been hacked. Lol
I openly admit that I despise the prison ***** stance. It's ****** from appearance, functional and safety perspectives. I don't care how "cool" the kids try to make it sound by calling it "bulldog", "tilt", "lean", etc.
Lol, OK. I never heard the term "Prison *****" referring to a stance. Def sits too high for my liking. I always get a kick out of seeing a member's pic from the forum. Kind of puts a face to the personality.
Lol, so prison ***** fits. Too funny.I can't say I was the one to coin that term in this context, but it was the first thing that came to mind when I started seeing "the tilt" on trucks on another forum I used to live on (S10form). This dumbass kid lifted his ZR2 Blazer on some nice wide wheels. It was clean and looked sweet. Next thing you know, he fell into the wrong crowd and started posting pics of it with the rear fenders practically riding on the middle of the tire tread. Said he lost no off-road capability and it felt fine on the highway. Anyway, it looks like what I'd imagine a prison *****'s posture to be after a night of "paying debts".
Oh- you were asking if the new avatar was me. Why- am I not how you pictured me? I like how @jdpber, @THE YETI, and others had their self portraits as their avatars and thought I should follow suit. Like you said- a face to go with the personality. When people are reading and quoting my posts, I want them to feel as if they're chatting with me in person, with my cheerful and pretty face.
Lol, so prison ***** fits. Too funny.
Def a cheerful face, not sure about pretty tho!
The truck is on a hill. It has a 3in torsion key up front and 2in blocks in the back. The front is adjusted down to about 2-2.5in of lift. If anything the front is alittle lower then the rear. The wheels are 20x12 with -44 offset with a 305-50