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Old 10-06-2010, 05:32 PM
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suggestions for my truck!

Well im to the point where i wanna do something with the outside of my truck. HEres what i was thinking about. I want to get a leveling kit, black rims, 35s, fender flares, and a cowl induction hood. everything would be black as i am going to get rid of the tan trim, what you guys think? i will upload some pics of my truck and hopefully you guys can help me visualize some stuff!


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Old 10-06-2010, 05:45 PM
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Everyones entitled to there own opinion, but I prefer not having the big front chrome guard. I nice billet grill would look better. Just my opinion.
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I totally agree man.. my parents and I share the truck and they liked it on there.. eventually I would like to get rbp black grill and the medal bumper with piaas built in!
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agree, also dont put to big of flares on it. The ones you have now look good. The ones with the bolts that show i think are just to much on Fords but look ok on a dodge. IMO
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get rid of the tan and the grill guard, recon lights all around, leveling kit, and your choice of black rims, and get rid of the camper unless u need it
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no on the flares and the hood. Also I think it will look tight if you leave the tan with black rims. Have you seen adam brennan's 2011? It's SWEET.
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First off, I would get rid of that Edge sticker on the camper......
Then go for the level kit, black rims and 35s and see how that looks before you have the tan painted.... No fender flares unless you go with a bigger lift and wheels that stick out just too far...
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Old 10-07-2010, 10:59 AM
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the truck top has been off my truck for a couple months now , i need it in winter to haul my dugs, the edge sticker is off haha
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i also suggest not doing the flares unless you get a bigger lift. and for the hood, get a ram air. they look awesome on these trucks. as for everything else, go for it! sounds like you have a good plan. check out the fuel wheels too. i think they would loom great on your truck.
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Old 10-07-2010, 04:06 PM
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ya im thinking no fender flares now, and i really like the fuel rims, one of my family members has the ambush? on a blacked out h2. and whats the difference between the recon lights and the stock markers? i was just going to tint mine. Also has anyone seen that roof spoiler that right behinde the cab for these i wanna say it has a break light too. The truck in last months truckin magazine the rbp one has it? the company who did all the tinting and audio in that truck does most of my work for me.

http://image.truckinweb.com/f/editor...duty-f-250.jpg
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