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IM FAT, YOUR UGLY!
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O M F G W T F !

why oh why did you guys do that?
 

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At first I was thinking a whole frame but that actually looks like a pretty good idea assuming you never take it on the street! Seriously, as long as the weld is strong there should be no problems.
 

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i guess it would work to lift the truck but why??? it won't drive well, it won't flex, looks pretty scary to me.:doh0715:
 

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Awesomeness... not really surprised it's in Florida but that's some serious "hemifab"
 

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People like this are who give people that modify cars/trucks a bad reputation...I don't care if it's on the street or not, you should build it right either way...

Hooray for Booty Fab...

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I'm surprised there are ANY posts supporting that horrific mutation. Even if it stays off road, it could still break at an inopportune moment and kill someone, giving us a further bad reputation. That is going to add a lot of weight and going to cause a lot of problems I'm sure. Just please don't get anyone killed and keep yourself out of any pictures to be used as ammo against us.

Also Redwagon, I was thinking the same thing but you obviously posted it first.
 

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HOLY BAD F*%K!N IDEA BATMAN! Not safe at all... Thats all. Someone needs to kill this thread before some other moron decides to do it.:itsatrap
 

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Hemithis has returned!! LOL. IMO its total crap!! But if its a trailed rig for bogs it would be ok but wouldnt trust that in any serious rocks. Are yall going to use longer coils or just drop the buckets to the new frame section? Never mind, it wont matter what you do with those stock lenght arms. Non the less, Good Luck with this build I guess.
 

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I do'nt see any difference in theory than a cheap dropped bracket lift kit. If the welds are sound, I would say the beam attachment points would be better than most dropped bracket kits I have seen. Radius arm attachment could be better supported in a side to side manner, but not worth the mass hysteria it seems to be generating here.
 
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