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this one i really like..671Customz great job you did on this one ....a friendly advice (not being mean) but they look alot better when not so 'high up'..this size is perfect looks very 1:18th scale ...you should continue this ...would make me happy looking at them :cheers
 
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hi-C,Aug 8 2004, 12:34 AM] this one i really like..671Customz great job you did on this one ....a friendly advice (not being mean) but they look alot better when not so 'high up'..this size is perfect looks very 1:18th scale ...you should continue this ...would make me happy looking at them :cheers
thanx for the comment, the tires you see here cost an arm an leg thats why you dont see much of it. i kinda like em with alot of clearence but thats me. laters :thanks
 

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Once again, excellent work :nicejob
What do you do with all the wheels you take off?
 
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i also enjoy doing custom street rods. i really like getting into the function of 4x4 suspension lifts because no one really does it. right now im workin on a 1:18 toyota land cruiser, its taking me sometime cause everything is built from scratch, alot of work but there nothing like it out there. thanx
 
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i really like this creation man.....i want to make also a lifted truck(bit then slightly lower than yours(1" lower), more for the "street"
 
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oh, just found it. AWESOME.

[quote name='jbar' date='Apr 21 2005, 01:01 PM']
did you ever finish the LandCruiser? I'm assuming its the one in your sig.....

I love it. I'd love to see pics.
 
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Nice work. but you sure those are 16's? . . . The stock rims on the 2500 Suburban are 16" and the ones you put on it are a bit bigger.
 
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