The Great Southwest

Discussion in 'Southwest USA' started by THLONE, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. THLONE

    THLONE Well-Known Member

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    Still no truck, but first to post here. I cant wait to put some AZ Pinstripes on a new truck.
     
  2. Desert_5G

    Desert_5G Well-Known Member

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    after pin striping my current truck. I think I'll be getting some clear bra for the sides on the Ranger :LOL::LOL:. Then to boldly go to where no 2x4 Tacoma has gone before :giggle::giggle:
     
  3. t4thfavor

    t4thfavor Well-Known Member

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    No clear bra can stop the kind of pinstriping we get here in Michigan. It involves children (mine), and bikes (theirs) and no amount of discussion can prevent it from happening.

    My wife has a tuxedo black Edge Sport, and when my boys were much smaller, we caught them playing with the hose... They had baseball batted her passenger fender, and were attempting to wash the dents off with the handle of a brush... Yeah, you learn fast not to leave boys unsupervised even for a second.
     
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  4. TGinAZ

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    By the time I get mine there won't be any snow left to test the 4x4....

    Flagstaff
     
  5. Desert_5G

    Desert_5G Well-Known Member

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    there is still plenty of off road trails to utilize it
     

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