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Old 04-13-2012, 06:08 PM
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leveled on 325/60/20 KM2 and roof rack coming

Okay put the 2 1/2 leveling kit and 325/60/20 KM2. Been mocking up a roof rack should be done next week, gonna powder coat it tan to match bumpers. Have to wait till next week to get front bilsten shocks up front. The old 99 has a four inch kit with 315/75/16 ATs








I used our old 99 for some mock up. The truck is my work truck so i just said screw lets make it different. Just like the yeti holder on the side and i'll be damn if ten people around time have jocked my build.

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Old 04-13-2012, 06:14 PM
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will a mod move this i am a jackass and put it in the wrong section needs to be in exterior sections
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Love the roof rack. How will it be attached?
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Old 04-23-2012, 12:44 PM
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I originally was going to bolt through the top of the roof then I got a new idea. I extended the feet on the rack and turned a piece of flat bar down so it will bolt in behind the weatherstripping . Welded it on both sides and it fits like a glove. Now I have less holes and I can take it off easily if I want to.



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Old 04-23-2012, 08:23 PM
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I really like your front and back bumper i just recently bought an 09 king ranch f250 white and tan 4x4 and have been debating a bumper i like them but most are black and they dont go with the tan bottom i also want to put a leveling kit on mine can u make some recomendations..
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Old 04-25-2012, 05:06 PM
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Yea same which leveling kit did you go with the truck looks awesome I have the same one
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Looks great-- can you post some specson your truck? What leveling kit? Which block in the back? Thanks!
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I really like your front and back bumper i just recently bought an 09 king ranch f250 white and tan 4x4 and have been debating a bumper i like them but most are black and they dont go with the tan bottom i also want to put a leveling kit on mine can u make some recomendations..
All of the aftermarket bumpers come in black. Once you buy the bumpers you have to get them painted or powdercoated tan. Pretty easy to do. Word of advise though, if they just use the ford paint to paint them it wont match worth a damn, it has to be doctored up a bit to match. If you powdercoat its pretty easy to find a powdercoat that matches pretty damn close.
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Old 06-23-2012, 06:38 PM
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How about some Yeti cooler rack pics?
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