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Feb 24, 1993 (Age: 21)
Elberon, Iowa, United States
Farmer/Lab Analyst

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Rockstar, 21, from Elberon, Iowa, United States

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    1. ntbush83
      Hey man, yeah they have a slight bit more vibration than my stock short mirrors on the interstate but thats really about it. never have came loose or damage just a slight bit unclear at high speeds!
      I would say around 6 K
    3. Red Z71 Max
      Red Z71 Max
      Hahahahah thanks man. I appreciate the compliment!!,, there are still a few mods on my list. It just take $$$$$$$$$$ LOL
    4. sgtsjj
      hey i finally got some pics up with the whips, check them out next time you have a second
    5. Als09Sierra
      Thanks. I like the way the truck runs on it and I'm glad it's helping US farmers and workers.
    6. Collin01
      Thanks for the vote man!! And yea my air freshener is my favorite mod! :lol:
    7. ntbush83
      Well for my amp and subs since I have a reg. cab I made my own box that fit behind the seat. Made it so each sub mounted behind the seat and the amp mounts in the middle between both subs, looks pretty awesome. Then on my train horn I put my compressor in my tool box and then mounted my horns on the bottom of the tool box so its all one mobile unit except for the wiring of course. On the wiring for the horn I ran two switches in my truck. One to turn on the compressor and the other for the horn. Worked out pretty well because the compressor stays protected and during the winter when I take the tool box off and put on the tri-fold its easy to uninstall. On my PA I put it right under my driver door rocker panel against the truck frame. Keeps it hidden so cops can't see it :lol: and its nice so the mic cable goes straight up in the cab. Only bad part is its louder on the driver side than passenger side but not to bad. Also coyote calls sound pretty awesome through the PA!
    8. coyotewhisperer
      Dude the whisperer group is becoming popular man.
      Why would you spend all that money on a Dmax ..i can do Cummins with 6 speed allison or 6.5 L TD special tuned with 4L80E ( cheapest )..i can do Dmax, but the damn electronics and engine itself is a lot of $$.
      6.5 TD incl all the bells and ~ 7500 !!!!
      Cummins incl all the bells and wisles ~18000 !!!!
      Dmax with everything is about the same then cummins but with a lot more
      OK, help me out here....LML ???????? lol
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    Feb 24, 1993 (Age: 21)
    Elberon, Iowa, United States
    Farmer/Lab Analyst
    2002 Chevy 2500HD
    2011 Honda Rancher 420
    Living in Ankeny, Iowa currently while I attend college. I major in Ag Studies with a minor in precision Ag. I work at Monsanto as a lab analyst during the week, then I go back home to work on our family's farm during the weekend. I love the outdoors and anything with an engine.

    Hunting, Working, Four Wheelers


    Adam ​
    2004.5 CCSB Duramax​
    Max Effort Tuning by Idaho Rob - Goerend Transmission - PCV ReRoute - EGR Blocked - Plugged Resonator - 5" Diamond Eye Turbo Back - Tie Rod Sleeves - All On Mod - Edge Insight CTS - Recon Taillights, Cab Lights, & 3rd Brake Light ​
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