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Old 04-30-2012, 07:22 PM
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from start to finish, F450.

well, finally getting around to putting up some pics of the new rig, its pretty huge looking and we are getting compliments everywhere!!!!! truck turned out pretty good, the ladder racks on top are a little over board heavy duty but we got a good deal on the bed and couldnt pass it up.

2012 vermillion red f450 cab and chassis drw with 6.7 powerstroke diesel, auto 4x4 power everything, sync by microsoft, 4.33 gears, remote start, 19.5 aluminum wheels with more-aggressive tire option

body-
protech flat bed with protech tool boxes
meyer poly plow
strobes
and a bunch of other small things.

now for the eye candy,

day it got delivered to dealer




snow plow put on, and body sitting on frame



almost done and bunch of led's



delivered to our house



logos put on



then came,
-ford factory fog light kit
-hid lights in headlights, and fogs.
-weathertech floor mats
-tool box reorganizing, we have alot more room now and my dad is so excited he doesnt know what to put where
-front valance trimmed and installed
-vent visors
-console switched from our 2010 because this had a jump seat
and alot more that i have forgot

loaded up and working to pay itself off


will add better pic of it cleaned up and waxed with all the add ons we have done. if we can get tuning for the cab and chassis it will most likely have dpf and def delete(i seen h&S cam out with dodge cab and chassis tuning), some clear turn signals for mirrors, and clear cab lights are in its future and we may do something about them black fender flares. oh and the clean idle stick will be gone too.
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:25 AM
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That is a sweet looking rig. Hopefully it serves you well for a long time.

Waxy
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:57 AM
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Thanks, it's not as awesome as some of the pick ups on here but for a work truck it turned out really good.
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Old 05-01-2012, 08:14 AM
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very nice rig bro. just keep an eye on the fuel filters/water seperater and were u get diesel. now paint those front flares red!!
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:43 AM
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i usually change fuel filters every 10,000. should it be sooner?
and i know, im trying to figure something out about the fenders, cant take them off because there are holes there. and i dont know what to do about painting them because they are textured
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Old 05-01-2012, 11:52 AM
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Looks good!
how much for plowing my driveway,lol.
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:50 PM
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Nice!
What weathertech floor mats did you go with? Digi fit? I am looking for someone that has pics of them.

And, what ventvisors did you choose?
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Great looking truck! Yeah, the rack looks a bit overboard but it's better to over do it than go cheap with a weaker one I guess.
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Looks great!!! Now you need to update your sig!
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Looks great~!
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