Some habits are hard to kick. The Jeep was fun to drive around and I have zero complaints about it, but I needed something bigger and more importantly something I could actally haul **** around in and there really wasn't a point in having 2 offroad toys. My dad has moved his company(drilling chemicals for oil&gas wells) warehouse to OKC and now that I'll be helping him out some, a diesel truck was a must. So I tracked down a '12 F250 Lariat (I don't like the dash on the '13's) and punted the Jeep.
I'm gonna keep this one simple and do more with the interior since I didn't get some options that my F350 had. I really want to focus more on products that we actually sell a lot of to our dealers. I manage two truck accessory stores in the OKC area.
6" Rough Country 4 link conversion
22's and 37" Trail grapplers
Load leveling rear air bags
B&W gooseneck and 7 way in the bed
Gatorhyde spray liner
HID's in h/lamps and fogs
Paint to match grill shell w/ black mesh grill
Rigid 40" behind grill
Tint all the emblems
Black MBRP tip.
Put a layer of 5% tint on all the windows and 35% on the windshield
2wd lower air dam
As for the interior:
Kenwood DNX9990HD with Sync retention
Replacement rear "FORD" emblem with a back up camera
Hybrid Audio "Clarus" components front and rear
Probox single 8"
Rockford Fosgate 3sixty.3 processor
JLAudio HD600/4 and a JL 1200/1
Viper Smart start
Heated and cooled seats, yes we now have the ability to add these to new vehicles.
Here's the pics of the clean slate: