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Old 06-14-2012, 10:44 AM
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progress on my 99 2wd so far...

I saw a stock truck today that looked a lot like mine did when I got it last year and thought this would be a good time to take some pics and show off the work I've done to it.

So far I have done the 05+ front end, leveling kit in the front with F350 4x4 rear blocks, 08+ tailgate, tail lights, bumper and mirrors, smoked clearance lights, oem flares and some tint. I also stripped off a bunch of stuff that didn't fit in with my plans like the chrome fender trim, running boards, ranch hand front bumper and interior wood grain kit.

Here are some pics showing the progression:

The day after I got it:










Then I traded the camper for nerf bars (which came off later) and window tint. I also pulled the chrome fender trim at this time.





Next came the new front end, pre 08 tow mirrors and badges...





rattle-can paint job on bumper, not too bad huh?










and finally installed the lift last weekend:







I think my front springs are sagging a little due to the former presence of the ranch hand, I'm trying to figure out a little more front lift. Also, I'm trying HARD to get some different wheels and tires on there. I just bought a set of285/65/18 Falcon Rocky Mountain AT's so I really need some 18" wheels to go with them. I know I bought them out of order but couldn't pass up the deal knowing I wanted to do 18's anyway.

So that's my truck, what do you guys think?
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looks great nice touches, what size lift did you use and what brand? im wanting to lift my 99 f350 2wd
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Looks good.
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Old 07-05-2012, 01:06 PM
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It's just a leveling kit in the front (like the ones on ebay) and factory 4x4 blocks in the rear. Here she is with the new wheels and tires:



Thanks for the compliments!
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