Bro trucks are all about looking tough. This means huge lifts, aftermarket grilles, wide black and chrome wheels, aggressive low-profile tires, and enough aftermarket LEDs to light up Tokyo for a week. The most common bro trucks begin life as a four-door American full-size trucks built somewhere after Bro truck wheels are usually contrasting black-and-chrome, with super low-profile tires.
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I see a lot of hate much deserved for bro-trucks on this website. This is all fine and dandy, and I believe we can all agree that bro-truck must die like donks and Snookie the mutant offspring of jabba the hutt and an oompa loompa. I also see a lot of misplaced hate for built vehicles being called bro-trucks. So lets settle the score.
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Post a Comment. Image courtesy of OC Weekly Not long ago, during a power outage, my fiancee and I went to our local Denny's to grab breakfast since we could not cook. Mid way through our meal, a lovely senior couple was seated next to us. As they finished ordering, the husband spotted a jacked up Ford F pick up truck pulling into the parking lot. He watched as the driver slowly climbed out of his car and struggle to extract his child from the rear of the cabin. The husband then turned to me and asked, "son, do you know why people do that to their trucks?
With plenty of stereotypes floating these days, off-road has not got away untouched. Everyone probably knows the route we are heading — Bro Trucks. This may not be something known or seen if you are outside of Southern California, but if you are local, you know exactly what I am talking. They are seen everywhere, more into the scene of off-road then actually off-roading. Forums alike have taken to the stereotype. Forums like Dezert Rangers even have a thread that is all about bro fabrication. Hardcore off-roaders know that it takes more than just looks to get the job done correctly. Their is a true science behind how things work off-road, compared to making it look nice for the mall. If shortcuts are taken the result will not always be in your favor. Spend a couple hours on YouTube and it is evident that the stereotype exists.