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Old 10-17-2009, 05:22 PM
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ordered some more stuff a few days ago...should be in soon

hey guys so I have recently gotten a few more parts for the truck Im pretty excited to see it done in pictures, than get to drive it when I get home from deployment....

Ive gotten:
05 fogs
HID kit with H10 bulbs to match my HID kit for my 05 headlights
dp tuner with 140+ extreme session
and new valve cover gaskets( no more nasty running engine and dying )
....to add to the list next paycheck brings my ram air style hood, and 08 tailgate than it's off to get painted. only to come home to get more goodies.....

the list goes on

08 taillights
08 mirrors with chrome caps
08 tailgate
05 front end( updated )
HID's in both heads and fogs
new shocks all around( bilstein 5125-not the greatest but look great )
another 3" of lift totalling 11"
08 billet fender vents
HPOX line
DIY intake-soon to be a dual ram air fed intake
5" turbo back with 8" tip
dp tuner
4 guage pod with air, boost, trans, and egt
air horn system with triple horn
tonneau cover
billet vent inserts for the hood
new chrome billet grille
new 7" double din eclipse stereo...

that's pretty much it for now, seems to be a long list though..what do you guys think?

Chad

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Old 10-17-2009, 05:28 PM
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With all that you for sure ought to get into the magazine you want to get in.
It should look awesome with all that.
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Old 10-17-2009, 05:30 PM
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Im really hoping, just have to redo the interior after I get the exterior and a gears and a few more power mods

thanks bud...
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the only thing i frown upon on your list is the more lift option. I think 8" is plenty of lift but im sure it will look good with 3 more inches but its just not my cup of tea. Its gonna look good for sure though.

Good luck.
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Old 10-17-2009, 05:39 PM
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Im a HUGE fan of big lifts and mediocre sized tires...and also if I don't trade it for some guages Ill be using an OUO steering stabilizer differential cover with a fox 2.5" shock.
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That would look good then. Im in the market for a leveling it right now. I drug my factory step across a rock today so im thinkin about some leveling springs and a 350 block in the rear.
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Old 10-18-2009, 02:51 AM
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why not just order like a 6 or 8 inch lift and some 36s or 37s, in my honest opinion for a 6" I would go with a 36 in and an 8 i would go 37. you'll want to go higher in the end anyway....

Chad
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id like about a 4 inch with some 35s but a 6 with 37s is the highest id want to go due to the fact that i pull trailers alot and anything taller than that i wont be able to. Thats why i really just want a leveling kit.
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Old 10-18-2009, 05:26 AM
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Ive pulled many times with my 8, and I've also pulled with my old truck, which was 16 on 44s. pulled many times....just need a larger drop hitch and upgraded brakes....it's still safe...have you seen OUOs hitch system? pretty sweet.
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Yep I have one of those ordered along with their steps I was just up at OUO over the weekend
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