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    I find them completely distasteful. Don't get why anyone would pay for that garbage, but hey it takes all kinds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimTom64b View Post
    Maybe what their real concern is that someone's nuts fall of and fly thru a windshield or something. Besides that... think of the pain of loosing your nuts... and the embarrassment of filling out a police report!... sorry I just couldn't help myself...LOL
    There's nothing wrong with being concerned with safety but the problem here is, when they try to push legislation, where does it stop? If they try to ban truck nuts then why not ban pick-up trucks, period? They have debris flying out of the bed. Why not ban extremely lifted trucks? They could run over another car? Etc, etc. Overall, it's just poor judgement and wasted time/money on the government's part. But, that's what they do best.
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    Nuts hanging from the back of your pickup=a room temperature IQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donl View Post
    Nuts hanging from the back of your pickup=a room temperature IQ.
    Agreed, but politicians don't need to concern themselves with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrigginNoodles View Post
    I find them completely distasteful. Don't get why anyone would pay for that garbage, but hey it takes all kinds.
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    I'll beat this dead horse one more time Just yesterday went to a local rodeo, and walking back to our car there was a newer (last gen) Vette with a set of shiny gold nuts hanging in between the exhaust. As I was mentioning this post and how the owner just reduced the appeal of a $50k -$60k car with a Cracker Jack toy to my wife, I overheard the couple walking past us having the exact same discussion!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MoBillyAla View Post
    I'll beat this dead horse one more time Just yesterday went to a local rodeo, and walking back to our car there was a newer (last gen) Vette with a set of shiny gold nuts hanging in between the exhaust. As I was mentioning this post and how the owner just reduced the appeal of a $50k -$60k car with a Cracker Jack toy to my wife, I overheard the couple walking past us having the exact same discussion!
    It was HIS decision to put tacky nuts on his Corvette, not a politician.

    At least the dumb truck nuts can be easily removed unlike the tuners with their coffee can sized fart cans on the their POS Civics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChevyBoy2009 View Post
    If you NEED to put nuts on your truck,your truck DONT have any nuts!...i had this done to my last hunting truck...turned out good i thought

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    Wow, that's inventive.

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    I got creative. I found a pair of old cotton scale weights on our old farm so I sanded em down, connected them with tow chains, and painted them red and blue. Big surprise I know. They were on my 04 Z71.
    What do those weights weight? Just curious.

    Quote Originally Posted by MoBillyAla View Post
    I'll beat this dead horse one more time Just yesterday went to a local rodeo, and walking back to our car there was a newer (last gen) Vette with a set of shiny gold nuts hanging in between the exhaust. As I was mentioning this post and how the owner just reduced the appeal of a $50k -$60k car with a Cracker Jack toy to my wife, I overheard the couple walking past us having the exact same discussion!
    Funny this was at a rodeo where you're bound to see some real ones hanging on the back of an animal. haha

    Quote Originally Posted by stchman View Post
    It was HIS decision to put tacky nuts on his Corvette, not a politician.

    At least the dumb truck nuts can be easily removed unlike the tuners with their coffee can sized fart cans on the their POS Civics.
    Yeah, they're not actually real, so ... I wouldn't do it because I don't like things that are tacky like that though.

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    What do those weights weight? Just curious.

    I believe one was 5 pounds and the other was 3. I got lots of "that's cool" comments when people asked what they were.
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    Redneck Girl had a pair of Boobies to hang under her truck. What does the crowd think of that? Personally, I prefer the boobs........
    But regardless of what body part you choose to hang under your truck, the government has enough real problems to work on. Technically, it is a freedom of speech issue.
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