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post #1 of 6 Old 07-01-2014, 05:41 AM Thread Starter
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Help! Mod bug bit again!

Been a pretty good amount of time since I've given any love to my truck, and I can't seem to decide what to do, so I figured I would turn to you guys.

Looking for reasonably priced (under $300) mods. What's done to the truck so far is in my sig.

I was thinking either:
-New wheels
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-A stack (don't judge me)

I am however open to suggestions, including those saying to not waste my money and save it.

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2003 F250 CCSB 7.3--Gearhead tuned, MBRP 5", 6637, Diesel Site Coolant Filter, 203* Thermostat, ISSPROs, HPx, 5% tint


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WW2, trans cooler (if auto), trans spin on filter (if auto), FRx...

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Forgot to mention, I have a van turbo with a WW2 and bellowed up pipes in the basement. I just need some more parts to put it on, mostly just the pedestal, but I want to do IC boots and what not while all that is off as well.

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Buy the boots and use your pedestal. Don't be silly, installing parts you already have is the way to go.

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X2 on 6.0 trans cooler if you haul much,if not SAVE IT!,just my.02
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Trans cooler or billet wheel is my advice, or an obs wheel for a cheap price and the Trans cooler

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