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07-28-2009, 03:19 PM #1
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- Arvada, CO
Tall Do It Yourselfer
Hey everyone, I am here in Colorado, just joining so that I can work on my 1995 Suburban and ask questions if I have any. I am tall, 7'1" tall as a matter of fact, and need the beast to drive all over. The Govt trying to cut the size of vehicles out there, I DONT THINK SO. I guess I just need to buy one of the 6500 4 door 4x4 pickups.
07-28-2009, 04:10 PM #2
07-28-2009, 04:10 PM #3
Greetings from Loveland! And as for the government trying to downsize vehicles with better fuel economy... Well they can take that and shove it! I'm never getting rid of my burb and it's super (un)economical 11 mpg V8! lol
Last edited by bigburb; 07-28-2009 at 04:13 PM.Current truck: 1996 Ford 250, 7.3 Powerstroke diesel. Dana 60 SAS, stage 1 160cc injectors, T500 High Pressure Oil Pump, TS 6-position chip, full 4" exhaust, intake, 285 Falken Rocky Mountain AT's, boost/EGT/trans temp pillar gauges, etc...
07-28-2009, 04:28 PM #4
welcme to the site
2004 Chevy Silverado 2500HD:sign0011:
Magnaflow 4" Dual Exhaust
Westin step bars
Penda Skid Resistor bed liner
dark blue metallic
Bak Industries plastic bed rail caps
Alpine 6 1/2" SPS-600 in front
Alpine 6 1/2" SPG-17C2 in rear
Bilstein HD Shocks front and rear
Goodyear Wrangler Duratracs LT265/75/R16
Access Lorado Roll-up soft tonneau cover
07-28-2009, 04:37 PM #51997 Chevy K3500
4x4 X-Cab Dually
454 Dual Exhaust
07-28-2009, 05:23 PM #6
Welcome to the site!
Bobby - North Carolina
2008 4x4 5.3L V8
6" Suspension Lift and 1.5" Body Lift
20x9 Ballistic Jesters w/35" Toyo Open Country MT's & 1.5" rear wheel spacers
4:56 Yukon Gears
Hypertech Speedometer Calibrator
Baja style bed mount spare tire carrier
Flowmaster 40 series dual exhaust
Recon Smoked LED tails/3rd brake lights/black projectors w/switchback LED's in the corners
N-Fab Nerf Steps
No Fear Pedals
Tint, Line-X bedliner, Window visors, Rear wheel well liners
Painted front grill, bow ties and door badges, de-"lettered" tailgate
Powder coated front and rear bumpers
07-28-2009, 05:28 PM #7
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- Canyon Lake, Texas
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Welcome to the site! There are a lot of us that have a "vested interest" in keeping larger vehicles, although, regrettably, I need width more than height! Have fun!
2010 Z/71 Colorado C/C
Black 4X4 w/5.3L V8
2007 Winnebago Adventurer
w/8.1L Chevy & Allison 6spd.
Canyon Lake, Texas
07-28-2009, 07:37 PM #8
Not a big fan of downsizing vehicles here. I love my big truck and my durango and soon I'll love my classic. I'm not planning on getting rid of the silverado or the 52 3/4. I'm all for cleaner transportation and all but not at the cost of giving up the space to take my wife, two kids, and 3 dogs (one being a Great Dane) with me on trips. Maybe if the govt offers to swap out my 4.8 v8 with a 300HP electric engine, but I'm not downsizing that's for sure lol. Welcome to the site and wish you luck on the fixing up of your truck. Pics are always good.
The fool learns not from the wise man, but the wise man from the fool.
2004 Silverado 4x4 (Suzie)
6" Fabtech Suspension Lift
35" NITTO Terra Grapplers
18" MB Wheels Predators
Thrush Turbo Series Mufflers
on true dual exhaust
Grille by Option Racing
Finally getting torn down to the frame.
07-28-2009, 08:19 PM #9
I'm a short do it yourselfer. 5'8" on a REEEEALY good day...
I love my big trucks. We're thinking about getting a sedan for efficiency. If I do I want a big Caddy or Buick. A nice minivan would be fine too. Comfy, sit up high, go like the wind, decent economy.When you hear hoofbeats, look for horses not zebras.
07-28-2009, 08:20 PM #10
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