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Old 01-02-2019, 09:20 AM
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Originally Posted by cleburne red View Post
Yeah, no lift kits in your future, unless you have a shop do it. I doubt that would be cheap, also
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Old 01-02-2019, 09:47 AM
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Last stands of freedom are falling these days....
Nah, just can't live somewhere with an hoa. Unless it's a city ordinance, which would be rediculous
 
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It is not a city thing, it is a dead end street/cul de sac which is owned by the same couple. There are 15 single family homes and we are bound under the same terms and regulations... It is a nice quiet area and everyone knows everyone kinda thing. We have 2 block parties each year, 4th of July and Halloween... Except for the vehicle repair thing it is a great place too call home. We think about moving every now and then but paying $400 a month for rent on a 3 bedroom 2 full bath single car garage it is hard too walk away from it lol!!!
 
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Where are you located that you can rent a 3/2 house for $400!!!???

Around here (DFW) you can't even rent a one bedroom apt in the hood for $400. Houses in my neighborhood are going for 1500-1700/mo for a 3/2/2. Neighborhood is well kept, but houses are from the 70s
 
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Where are you located that you can rent a 3/2 house for $400!!!???

Around here (DFW) you can't even rent a one bedroom apt in the hood for $400. Houses in my neighborhood are going for 1500-1700/mo for a 3/2/2. Neighborhood is well kept, but houses are from the 70s
WOW, that is high! But you live in a huge metropolitan area, Dallas Fort Worth area... I live in a small town in Northeast Kentucky. I could not afford too live where you are.
 
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Old 01-03-2019, 06:59 PM
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WOW, that is high! But you live in a huge metropolitan area, Dallas Fort Worth area... I live in a small town in Northeast Kentucky. I could not afford too live where you are.

And I live a good ways south of the actual metroplex. Small town of about 30k. It gets more expensive the closer in you go.

And I might have exaggerated the rents a little. Probably closer to 1400-1500/mo for a decent 3/2/2
 
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Originally Posted by cleburne red View Post
And I live a good ways south of the actual metroplex. Small town of about 30k. It gets more expensive the closer in you go.

And I might have exaggerated the rents a little. Probably closer to 1400-1500/mo for a decent 3/2/2
Years ago I had a dedicated run from Columbus Ohio down too Waxahatchie Texas, if I spelled it right lol... I am an over the road truck driver by trade...
 
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Old 01-05-2019, 06:24 PM
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Years ago I had a dedicated run from Columbus Ohio down too Waxahatchie Texas, if I spelled it right lol... I am an over the road truck driver by trade...
Waxahachie isn't too far from me. Maybe 45-60 min east.

I couldn't ever be a trucker, don't like driving that much
 
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Originally Posted by cleburne red View Post
Waxahachie isn't too far from me. Maybe 45-60 min east.

I couldn't ever be a trucker, don't like driving that much
Cool, you are southwest of Fort Worth then? I also use too run out into Midland Texas and sometimes way into ElPaso. Picking up light bulbs, head lights going back too Versailes KY....Sylvania bulbs too be correct.
 
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Cool, you are southwest of Fort Worth then? I also use too run out into Midland Texas and sometimes way into ElPaso. Picking up light bulbs, head lights going back too Versailes KY....Sylvania bulbs too be correct.
Pretty much straight south of ftw, in cleburne (hence my username! Guy I used to work with said it would be my gunfighter name lol)
 

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