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Helped my neighbor rotate her tires today (35" Pro Comps) on her 2500 Ram. Told her last week they needed rotated and that the shocks where shot. I recommended Belstein.
After we got that done... had to help her put a PINK "Princess" across the windshield and a PINK flamingo above the badge. Also found out she ordered the Belstein shocks with PINK boots, putting them on next weekend.
I appolligize for putting all the PINK on a 2500 Ram.... In my defense it does have a Hemi
and a 2500 w/ a hemi.. and i thought 3.45 for diesel sucked.. she has to be rich to keep up with the gas bill..
Please Don't Tell Momma I Work In The OilField, She Thinks I Play Piano In A WhoreHouse.
04.5 2500 4x4 Parting out.
1978 F250 highboy 10' on 38's gettin a cummins.
1984 1/2 chevy 4x4 10' on 38s for the mud A Penny For Your Thoughts, A Dollar If You Flash ME
It's an '03 Lariat (dark blue) with 35's under it, been "off road" once (no ball's her) in a swampy spot. She went straight to a car wash after.
Funny thing, goes by the lie-o-meter and swears it gets better mileage. Good ole gal but is slowly learning Cummins would have been the way to go..... I would have never helped with the PINK if it had the Cummins Badge.
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