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post #13 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 11:08 PM
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send pm por favor with an explanation

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post #14 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 11:39 PM
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I'll just put it here. Whitey and honky mean the same thing at least in my book and I am sure most would agree. The post of the meaning of honky was very enlightening, I had no clue as to where that came from.
But with all the brothas running around in cars that are complete pieces of crap and 20 some inch rims and tiny tires, sorry, I don't think whitey or honkey owns that truck, but I will agree that truck is sweet if you changed the tires.

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it'd look sweet w/bigger tires. Those only look like 20inch rims w/35 inch tires. 40 inch toyo m/t's would look sweet
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post #16 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 11:53 PM
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I didn't think they were that big, but you are right 40s would be sweet.:thumbsup

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look like 20's though. w/e 20's with 40's look great. and would look great on there
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the mt's got my vote.
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somebody photshop some 20"/40" wheels/tires por favor. I'm el stupido w/computers.
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I agree wheels look 20". To be honest, I don't care what brand you put around those wheels, with the right size that truck would look bad I just wish I could find a first gen. that looked that good. Preferably ext. cab though.

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anything first gen is hardcore looking.
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I'll just put it here. Whitey and honky mean the same thing at least in my book and I am sure most would agree. The post of the meaning of honky was very enlightening, I had no clue as to where that came from.
But with all the brothas running around in cars that are complete pieces of crap and 20 some inch rims and tiny tires, sorry, I don't think whitey or honkey owns that truck, but I will agree that truck is sweet if you changed the tires.
it is the same thing
that was just one description.
here's some more i found
honky:A disrespectful term for a white person.
Used mainly by a black person.
honky:NOT a white person trying to be black (see wigger). an offensive racist term referring to a caucasian person


I'm white! and i don't care.
racism is all B.S. in my book.
we are all in the human race who cars what skin color or language we speak
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I am white also and I don't care, I liked that first def. for honkey though.

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