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I honestly did alot of thinking with the bike rack I picked. Roof rack was out of the question as it would mean I would have to park with the semi's when I take the ferry over to the mainland and a muddy bike coating my roof/sunroof is no beuno. Thule/Yakima racks are nice but ground clearance is already limited with having a car (granted my car is not the worst) and having a flat plane style rack would mean the high likely hood of scraping with such a large overhang. North Shore Rack's are made locally, boast high adjustability and clearance possibilities.
http://www.northshoreracks.com/NSR 2-bike.htm

TLDR: yes it is funky looking but it works

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Never saw myself ending up with a car, much less something like this.

heres a brief history of the trucks I have owned over the past 4 years. This was my first truck, a 2000 GMC Sierra. My dad bought it new in 1999 and gave me the keys when i turned 16. It wa

What started as just carrying a piece of grave digger turned into us pretending to jump it then this

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Haven't posted in here before. Here's my baby, 2002 Camaro Z28 that I got 2 years ago. Currently at 67k miles and mostly stock, but I plan to do exhaust/headers this summer. 

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And since I live in MN, obviously I got a winter beast. 2003 Sequoia Limited:

 

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Combined gas mileage: ~35 /frown

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On 4/10/2019 at 12:21 PM, Voth said:

Haven't posted in here before. Here's my baby, 2002 Camaro Z28 that I got 2 years ago. Currently at 67k miles and mostly stock, but I plan to do exhaust/headers this summer. 

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vLvJ99Z.jpg

uskrUme.jpg

 

And since I live in MN, obviously I got a winter beast. 2003 Sequoia Limited:

 

UiFIXrr.jpg

 

 

Combined gas mileage: ~35 /frown

for the Camaro  my friend has the same exact set of rims for his Pontiac Fiero GT once his door is fixed ill post it up on here  but i give props on the Camaro  becuase you don't see too many  late 90s early 2000s  Camaros that have a nice clean look

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On 7/28/2011 at 3:08 AM, OLD_YoMega said:

Here's my pride and joy truck.. 1994 F150 4x4. 300 inline 6 motor with the 5 spd trans. I absolutely love this truck. Soon enough I'm gonna have a decent CB in it, and I'm considering a higher lift. Right now though, 3 inch lift, 33.50x12.50 tires, general grabber MT's. Yes, they do grab, and no, this truck doesn't like 4wd high in the snow, atleast where this pict was taken. My dad had one when I was growing up, and he got rid of it. I cried. My Probe got wrecked, and I had 2000 to spend. Got this for 1300. Yeah, near mint for 1300. ;)

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I miss this truck some days. 

Now a days i drive a 2019 Hyundai Tuscon. Works for my needs. 

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