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Old 11-06-2011, 12:09 PM
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Project: Black Ops Exterior Complete

Hey all, as a request from LeadFoot Im updating pictures of my truck seeing how I've basically completed the Exterior mods of my truck. Now once I get back to work I'll be moving onto the engine. Or maybe some more exterior mods ( like a Titan Road Armor bumper) Who knows... only time and money will tell.

Mods List:
6" 4link Skyjacker Lift with ProComp MX-6 Shocks
37" Toyo MT tires Wrapped around KMC XD Series MisFit wheels 20x9
Color Matched Bushwacker Pocket Flares
Bullet Proof Mudflaps
Stealth bulbs for front Signals
6000K HIDs
Black Ford Emblems
5" MBRP DPF back exhaust with 6" tip
Deezee Tool Box

and now photos














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Old 11-06-2011, 12:20 PM
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Looks really good.....
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Old 11-07-2011, 06:20 AM
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MAN! That Things Looking Pretty Sweet

Those Mud flaps are as Good as it gets With the Bigger tires You have to protect the sides of the truck from Rocks,And IMHO those look great! Infact the bests Flaps I've seen todate!Would like more info later on what it took to mount Them?I see the Screws with nice Big washers To prevent tear through,but did ya have to Drill a Hole or two in the sheet metal or do they Just screw through the Pocket Flares?They look like they are mounted really Good!

I Thought the Durn front tires were rubbing the Back part of the fender wells LOL but then i blew the Picture up and see its another screw for the Mud Flaps,Like I said the mounting for the Flaps is strong!!!

Thanks for the pics Bro! I Give her

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Old 11-07-2011, 08:35 AM
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I would like to know where you got the black emblems. I want some for mine!!!
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Old 11-07-2011, 09:24 AM
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I got as many self tapping screws into the sheet metal as possible. The 37s will rub on the flaps if I go up a curb turning real hard. But the winter rubber is 35" duratracs. So they won't rub.

Black emblems are 3M vinyl. Talk to Novakid69 on powerstroke nation for them
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Old 11-07-2011, 07:30 PM
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what bracket and flaps and whered you get them? thats what i need on the truck!
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Nice looking truck! Now you just need some 'Black Ops' window tint and that thing would look absolutely sick! (Granted some places aren't as lenient on window tint as they are here in good ole Oklahoma-- lol)


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Old 11-08-2011, 09:51 AM
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I'm jealous. That thing is awesome!! Thanks for the pics! How are you doing on fuel with the lift and tires? I really want 37s when I wear the 35s out
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:38 AM
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I really want 37s when I wear the 35s out
Here we go

You know If you don't wait till you wear those 35's out you could sell them and cut some of the Cost of going to 37's

I love your trucks looks on 35's , but I already know I'm a 37/38" tire man I love the Old 38 Ground Hawgs,Toyo's replace them now in my book
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I got as many self tapping screws into the sheet metal as possible.
What about Rust?

You Know I fish in salt water and i have the Same leafsprings on my trailer right Now as i did when i bought it...The Boats a 2000 model... Thats around 11 years being dipped in the salt and they look really good right now! The trick is to rub the leafs down with Grease and leave it on them about 1/8 inch think water will run off those leafs like water on a ducks back :~) My Buddy that helped me rebuild my John boat trailer told me about this....

my point is If you take each of those screws out one at a time and Run some marine grease in the holes with a Q-tip and coat the screw its self before re-installing, i bet you want have any issues with rust! If you don't it will be a Matter of time before rust Jumps on that Raw metal around the screw...

The grease works ! Just a Thought :~)
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