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Hello everyone,

Check out our designed FJ.

Let me know what you think.

In two weeks we will install the Bilstein 5100.
 

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Nice looking rig. I love those rims!
Not trying to be a pain but you might want to read #11 in the Rules.

"...your username should not be the name of a company unless you are a Supporting Vendor."

Scroll down to the 3rd post in this thread:
Toyota FJ Cruiser Forum - Announcements in Forum : Want to Sell (FJ Related Items)

Unless you are a supporting vendor, in which case, ignore me.

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Take it easy!
 

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@81N4RY is correct.

Please follow the instructions I have pm'd you.

Thanks!

Welcome to the forum!
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81N4RY thanks. I am working on changing my name.
 

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@Winterpeg got it. Thanks for your patience.

Can I discuss with one of you how to become supported member?
 

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Needs new bumpers to replace the rash wounds on the rear wing. Welcome! Nice looking rig!!!!
 
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Hello everyone,

Check out our designed FJ.

Let me know what you think.

In two weeks we will install the Bilstein 5100.
Love the tires.
Nice ride.
 
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@Paul - I just looked at your bio on the website, and of particular interest was the phrase "a former Israeli Special Forces Operator"...

On that note, I would like to repeal my first statement and say post whatever you want sir, I will look the other way, please don't hurt me.

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Thanks for your service
 

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Love the FJ! Say, can you explain the name of the gym? I dont get it...

Mike
The name came from my service in the IDF while I was in "Hell Month".

We were not allowed to put our feet together it was called "Hot Ground". So basically you had to jog all the time ( in the shower, while cleaning, during buddy carry drills I think you get the point). If ever crossed your feet you would suffer big time.
 

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@Paul - I just looked at your bio on the website, and of particular interest was the phrase "a former Israeli Special Forces Operator"...

On that note, I would like to repeal my first statement and say post whatever you want sir, I will look the other way, please don't hurt me.

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Thank you I definitely dont want to piss the creators of this forum. Rules are for a reason. Special Forces is in the past. Now I am law abiding civilian :grin
 
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