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BlueJet 01-31-2011 09:47 AM

2011 January - Dodge Ram Member Of The Month
 
Congratulations to our January Winner


SUL7ENAZ

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Thanks to everyone who nominated and voted for me. Becoming member of the month has always been one of those things that I wanted to do since I joined this site. I am both honored and thrilled to have been nominated. Let alone to have won.

My name is Abraham but I go by Abe. So what does SUL7ENAZ mean? SUL7EN means Sullen Clothing Company (my favorite brand of t shirt). AZ stands for Arizona. I was born and raised in the great state of Arizona. My interests are trucks (that is why I am here on this forum) and anything that goes off road (Pre runners, Dirtbikes, ATVs, Sand Cars, Trophy Trucks, etc). I am really into suspension (both lifted and lowered though Ive never owned a lowered truck). I like to ride dirtbikes and have a 05 Yamaha YZ450F that I enjoy riding when I can. I am a college student studying/ dual majoring in Computer Science and Math at the University of Arizona.

When I was 18 I was lucky enough to have my parents buy me my 1999 dodge ram 1500 4X4. At the time it had a pro comp spacer lift old school looking centerline wheels and 35 tires. I really liked the color. My truck has come a long way since then. It has seen many phases. Including having a 9 lift with 37 tires and 20 wheels, to how it sits now 14 of lit 22 wheels and 40 tires. I never stop thinking of ways that I can make my truck better than it already is. Although my parents helped me buy the truck, I have paid for every mod I have done to it.

This site has been amazing. I cant exactly remember how I stumbled onto this site but I am so glad that I did. There is always something good in discussion. Everyone is polite and friendly. I am impressed by the wide range of people who log on our willing to share and be of help. The moderators do a good job of making sure everything runs smoothly. Thanks for being an amazing bunch of truck lovers.

RamTech 01-31-2011 10:16 AM

Congrats on the win. Your knowledge of big lifts has been an asset to everyone here.

wermbang 01-31-2011 10:26 AM

Congrats!!!!!!!! and Finally a new shot of the truck, nice mudflaps BTW (I am guessing for the AZ state law)

BLKSVT 01-31-2011 10:53 AM

Awesome looking truck! Congrats!

916Timmy 01-31-2011 11:05 AM

Definately a great looking truck and a big help! Congrats!!! Now how do you get the dirt bike in the back? :)

Stusmobile 01-31-2011 11:27 AM

Congrats, very nice looking truck.

HerRam 01-31-2011 11:50 AM

Congrats! That is an awesome write up as well. Keep the photos comin'!

chithead 01-31-2011 12:08 PM

Congratulations!!!

erm 01-31-2011 12:34 PM

Congratulations!!!! A well deserved win. Welcome to the Orange Badge Club!

SUL7ENAZ 01-31-2011 12:58 PM

Thank Youz
 
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Originally Posted by RamTech (Post 429050)
Congrats on the win. Your knowledge of big lifts has been an asset to everyone here.

Thanks RamTech. I try to help out as much as I can.

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Originally Posted by wermbang (Post 429054)
Congrats!!!!!!!! and Finally a new shot of the truck, nice mudflaps BTW (I am guessing for the AZ state law)

Thanks Luke/Stepbrother. The pic is actually old but I have been ashamed of not having the 5% tint and having the flaps installed. You can thank the AZ DPS (highway patrol I don't know why they call themselves dept. of public saftey?) for those lovely additions (I hate mud flaps :sad:)
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Originally Posted by BLKSVT (Post 429076)
Awesome looking truck! Congrats!

Than you SVT.
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Originally Posted by 916Timmy (Post 429080)
Definately a great looking truck and a big help! Congrats!!! Now how do you get the dirt bike in the back? :)

Good quesiton! Either a really long ramp, a short ramp and the help of one of the jumps at the motocross track (that I rarely frequent I prefer desert riding more), a trailer (with other dirtbikes, or my single bike carrier that goes on my hitch. I was super busy this weekend with school so I owe you guys some more pics (I'll try and post one withe the dirtbike on the carrier).


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