Last Call- Xzibit Edition

Yo dawg, I herd you like low riding, so we put a low rider on your low rider so you can low ride in your low ride.
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24 responses to “Last Call- Xzibit Edition”

  1. BPR Avatar

    Hey Sparky, you should bag that act or you'll need a lift pretty soon.

  2. ladle666 Avatar

    i wish i could be witty……….. tow & haul!!! let us hope i can do it all………….. that is how i got an extra $1K added to my budget

  3. aSoundofSleep Avatar

    Why do I feel like that the tow order should be reversed?

    1. dave Avatar

      why would a smaller truck tow a bigger truck? thats just dumb

  4. HDCS Avatar

    The redneck in me is crying at the destruction of not one, but two perfectly decent trucks.

    1. Alff Avatar

      Don't be too hard on the kid – he's so broke, he can't afford to replace the suspension on his crew cab. He's just scraping by.

  5. Black Steelies Avatar

    Oh man i love that GMC. I've seen this truck everywhere and can't get any info on it.
    It's real good to see such an insane truck still being put to use

  6. faster,Tobias! Avatar

    The automotive equivalent of poking holes in a condom.

    1. DeadinSideInc Avatar

      A rolling std and/or pregnancy scare?

  7. dragon951 Avatar

    Dude, I keep seeing sparks in the rear view mirror. I think there's something wrong with the trailer…

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    1. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

      Where the hell is the C10?

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        1. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

          Sorry man, didn't mean to push a button! A 1 ton truck would be a 30. 10 = 1/2 ton, 20 = 3/4 ton.

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  9. lilwillie Avatar

    I like it! Nice drop, nothing outlandish.

  10. Mike_the_Dog Avatar

    If he develops a gas leak, it's all over.

  11. Tanshanomi Avatar

    Why do this? Why? WHY WHY WHY WHY WHY?

    1. Smells_Homeless Avatar

      Because it's 1989 and you don't know any better?

  12. muthalovin Avatar

    I drive a lowered F-150. Nothing extreme like this, just a 3-4 drop for a sporty look and feel. Air-bagging… I simple do not care for. While these 2 trucks will evoke the reaction of "oh wow, that's low," there is little redeemable value of this. I guess I am one of those weird folks that wants to have multiple uses and functionality out of my vehicle. Decent look, decent utility, decently fun. Not awesome look, minimal utility, no fun. Or maybe I am just jealous.

  13. Ash78 Avatar

    While I admire the work that surely went into this, it's sort of like that guy in NYC that paints pictures by giving himself colored enemas.
    Even if the result is similar, you're no Jackson Pollock just because you can splatter paint on a canvas. Because, dude, that paint was in your butt.

  14. Tim Odell Avatar
    Tim Odell

    Some time in the last few years, I lost the ability to get all worked up over cosmetic/stying trends that have no bearing on (and typically reduce) functionality.
    I figure it's the Automotive equivalent of stilettos.

  15. joshuman Avatar

    <img src="; style="width: 200px;border: 0" alt="imgTag" />

  16. Texan_Idiot25 Avatar

    Pro-Tip: A properly designed air ride system will not hurt the towing capabilities of a truck. It's easily possible to improve the load carrying capacity with air bags and a tubular link suspension. Exact same technology 18 wheelers use.
    Don't knock it, when engineered right (and there's plenty of examples of such when you get away from S10s), air ride doesn't make a truck less truckin', except for any loss of bed space…