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Brodozin
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NYC/NJ is notorious for abomination truck builds. They are always sure to include 22” rims on an offroad truck with some ****** design and god awful color match anodizing.
Lately the southeast has been the abomination of trucks with the squat look and no exhaust. It is painful to see and hear these poor trucks being punished
 

Burnsy

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Looks good! How long did it take and about how much if you don’t mind disclosing?
 

Raptorial

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Lately the southeast has been the abomination of trucks with the squat look and no exhaust. It is painful to see and hear these poor trucks being punished
Ahh the Carolina Squat. It's illegal now in NC to do that to your truck. I'm not one for state government overreach, but sometimes laws need to be created to protect society from toothless, brainless , morons.
 

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Ahh the Carolina Squat. It's illegal now in NC to do that to your truck. I'm not one for state government overreach, but sometimes laws need to be created to protect society from toothless, brainless , morons.
Except that I haven't really seen a decrease in those abominations since the law passed nearly a year ago. I can't tell that it's really being enforced.

I'm mixed on my opinion of the law. I think the owners of squatted trucks were likely dropped on the head at birth, but I also think the government shouldn't be in the business of regulating poor taste. There's the argument it's a safety issue, and that is valid. However, so are a number of other aftermarket customizations. Once government starts going down that road, it never knows when to stop.
 
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