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  1. racer193 says:

    Why would you do such a thing

  2. GregKachadurian says:

    I can't believe he's done this.

  3. $kaycog says:

    That's terrible! Somebody deserves a swift kick in his truck nutz.

  4. Number_Six says:

    What an ass donkey.

  5. dukeisduke says:

    Oh yeah, that's gonna be useful off-road.

  6. ptschett says:

    At least this can be fixed.

    In other news, I just drank a Surly Furious. It needed no fixing. Yum.

    • jeepjeff says:

      And when they put "Never Off-Roaded" in the ad, it might be half-way believable. Then you can fix it and flog it.

  7. Van_Sarockin says:

    Such an elegant way of letting people know that you drive a truck, but have absolutely no use for a truck.

    • Jay says:

      Like somebody was gonna use that as a work truck.

      • JayP2112 says:

        I see a guy in Dallas with a Raptor with ladders in the back and a sign on the door.
        So that guy did.

      • BobWellington says:

        You don't have to use a truck as a work truck just to use it as a truck. Off roading and towing ATVs/Boats comes to mind.

      • IN THE FACE! says:

        There is a white one in my town with a diesel tank in the bed, its a construction foreman and hes always hauling a bunch of other random stuff in the bed as well.

  8. CherokeeOwner says:

    What he said.

    [youtube 31g0YE61PLQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31g0YE61PLQ youtube]

  9. Joe says:

    Hey, lots of off-road guys have a second set of wheels for daily-driving.

  10. RichardKopf says:

    OK, seriously, where the hell is Tonyola?

  11. Alff says:

    He's the Raptard King.

  12. CptSevere says:

    Off with his head. Sacrilege. For the second time, I spied a Raptor with bling wheels and a lift kit (not as bad as this, but almost) in town the other day, no sign that it had ever been off the pavement or ever will. Save the Raptors! Free them to escape the suburbs and roam the desert! Shit.

  13. thebloody323 says:

    People like this need to be sterilised so that they can no longer pollute the gene pool.

  14. muthalovin says:

    This is my new avatar, for maximum ironics.

  15. muthalovin says:

    Also: when the rapture happens, please, Lord, send this monstrosity to hell, whence it came.

    • Van_Sarockin says:

      Like the bumper sticker says:
      "In Case of the Raptor, I Will Still Be Driving This"

  16. engineerd says:

    I hate people.

  17. failboat says:

    I agree this is stupid, But if there ever was a suspension able to smooth out the ride on rubber band tires…..its probably the Raptor's

  18. rikkers says:

    De'Antwon's 4×4 and Offroad Shop produces another gem!

  19. CJinSD says:

    Yesterday I saw a Rolls Royce Phantom on those wheels outside of Bruegger's Bagels. I suspect whatever piece of trash was driving it picked it up on a salvage title, but it is still an expensive luxury car that has been made to ride and handle like a worn out NYC taxicab. Brilliant.

  20. pj134 says:

    Yeah, this wasn't expected at all from the types I see driving Raptors…

  21. MVEilenstein says:

    I have no words.

  22. JayP2112 says:

    My son and I have a game in the car where we say the name of a cool car- "Ferrari" or "Challenger" before the other sees it. My non-car kid nephew was with us and I spotted a Raptor. He said it looked cool and would "look good with a lowered suspension".

    The lad had to bite his tongue from laughing.

  23. BobWellington says:

    I can't even comprehend how stupid you have to be to do this. It's disgusting, but oh well…at least he's funding Ford so they can make more Raptors, but then again maybe he stole it…

  24. tempesjo says:

    Those rims need some beadlocks to complete the look.

  25. Mr. Smee says:

    Seeing this more and more here in Edmonton, usually driven by Hockey-Moms. I don't get it either.

  26. AllenK says:

    Craptor

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