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Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Derby, CT
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Nice Rigs guys, great snowy day pic for the winter...Yeah, after looking at your Harley grills I might have to pull the trigger. I saw parts geek has them for cheap $86 shipped.
Was planning on painting the trim strip red but now I think black on black is the way to go. Probably do it all in matte black though. I like the way the rustoleum bed liner comes out, not real gritty but durable enough to not get rock chips. Going to avoid the plasti-dip, it comes out looking nice but def. need touching up a lot, especially if a something rubs up against it. If I'm going to rattle can it I'd rather do it once.
The tailgate is off for the winter so I might finish that before spring and then work on the front end later on.
Wheels will be the big ticket item, probably pick up whatever I can find on craigslist, 17" or 18" tires are cheaper so probably stay in that size range. My stockers now will end up being my winter setup. Would like some black rims with red accents, nothing real flashy, the more subtle the better. Maybe even a stock set painted.
2004 F350 ECSB Powermax, 4" turbo back with muffler, SCT Livewire w/ SRL, ARPs, EGR delete, Spring, Banjos, some other zoodads
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