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72 GMC STEPSIDE Slammed Glue Bomb

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playing around with a glue bomb GMC for a break!

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Those wheels are too much for that truck. They belong on an '88 Crown Vic with a 6" lift kit!

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Those wheels are too much for that truck. They belong on an '88 Crown Vic with a 6" lift kit!

Not going for donk, looking for lowrider look

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Those wheels are too much for that truck. They belong on an '88 Crown Vic with a 6" lift kit!

I have to agree about a no-go on the truck,but not an 88 Vic,one of my best friends has it and that thing is a TANK.How about some spoked wheels like these?Also check out this site if you have not already http://www.jevriesblog.com/2true13_2.jpg

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Thanks for the comments,...but this is the way I want to go!

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I'm fairly certain Austin wasn't spamming, but rather offering you a resource since you seem to be into lowriders.

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I'm fairly certain Austin wasn't spamming, but rather offering you a resource since you seem to be into lowriders.

ok, thanks

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tell them the wheels stay and it just needs to lay frame Eric. the wheels look good on this truck i buy dunk kits for the wheels and subs

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tell them the wheels stay and it just needs to lay frame Eric. the wheels look good on this truck i buy dunk kits for the wheels and subs

Todd, Its hard to lay frame the way the front fenders are, I'll go as low as I can go, love to make a real air ride setup...

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