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Old 11-15-2010, 08:14 AM
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then till now, all my exterior mods

when i purchased the truck there were a few exterior mods done, 22.5 alcoas, 2.5 leveling kit, chrome trim (man did this guy like chrome), on board air with train horns and westin bull bar. i drove it like this for a few months but had every intention of making the truck my "own". im a fan of less is more and a little goes a long way. also if you can do it youself and do it right why pay someone. so here is what i started out with

and here is where it ended up. 7" icon lift with 5" springs (done by me and extremeford4x4, this greatly improved ride over stock), 37 12.5 17 bfg km2s, removal of center step support (dont need if you are less that 250), all cab and body lights smoked (done by me with vht night shades and clear), king ranch style mirror covers (done by me with alot of sanding primng and painting), custom 5" side exhaust with 6" tip (again done by me), 08 tailgate with step, oem harley grille, harley style headlights (done by me following the how to's on here), westin bull bar (done by previous owner) and tinted windows. all are relativley easy mods that can be don by anyone with a little time research and the right tools. the only thing i have left planned is a 10" drop rapid hitch and some 6k hid headlights and 4k hid foglights. let me knnow what you guys think and if there is anything else that should be done, as we all know its never "finished"





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Old 11-15-2010, 08:24 AM
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that thing is badass!
it looked good before, but you got it lookin killer now. love the black accents on white
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Old 11-15-2010, 05:15 PM
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Huge difference! Looks great. Rides well too.
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Old 11-15-2010, 05:21 PM
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yup dig the black grill
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Old 11-15-2010, 05:55 PM
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I would consider some fender flares to keep down the water spray. I have that problem and it drives me nuts.
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Old 11-15-2010, 05:59 PM
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I am talking about what comes off my front tires. They are only AT tires that stick out about 1.5 inches from the fender.
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That is one kick a** truck!!! Awesome changes!!!
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Did you paint the chrome covers or did you buy new ones?
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not a huge fan of fender flares.
the chrome covers were just that, they were covers the previous owner put over the stock black ones. i did all the work to the factory black textured plastic
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Um yeah, dually of the decade maybe? $h!t is tight bro. Good work!
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