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Old 12-22-2012, 07:53 AM
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2011 F250 Project

I am building a project truck for my company. We do alot of installation and review videos for automotive products. I have already added a few things, but here is what we have planned as well. We are not going crazy (This is my personal, daily driver) but as I said, I use it in the promotional vidoes as well. I would appriciate any input. Any experiences you have had with these companies, or products, or any other products you would suggest we add.

Thank you!

Thus far: (as pictures 1 and 2)

2011 Ford F250 (Gas , just had no use for diesel when buying)
2" Leveling kit
Black Rhino wheels - 17"
Nitto Terra Grapplers - 305/70/17
Recon Smoked Cab Lights
Recon Smoked Turn signals
Recon Smoked Tail lights
4 x Hella 500 Driving lights
Custom Light bar
RollBak Hard Cover





Thus far: (Photos 3 and 4)
Bulldog 30" LED light bar, (replaced Hella lights)
Randy Ellis light bar (replaced custom bar)
Painted Headlights black
Had grill painted to color match
Removed Fx4 Decal
Painted F250 vents black





Have parts for, but not installed:

JL audio CL5 Component speakers all around
Blacked out Ford Logos with custom lettering

Parts on order:

BMF 20x9 S.O.T.A Death Metal Wheels
TOYO Open Country MT 37" Tires
Pure Performance 6" X Factor System
w/ Prodigy 2 5/8 Resi shocks

Plans to add:
Color Matched bumpers
BMF or Smittybuilt M1 Grille
Paint side steps black (bed liner?)
new HIDs to replace old ones
Catzkin leather interior
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Old 12-28-2012, 01:08 PM
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cant wait to see it with the 20s and 37s.

my cclb is on the 17 steel w/ generals and i'm debating on going to an 18 + 35 or lift and go 18 or 20 and 37s.

p.s. sent you a reply on that 'other' board
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:40 AM
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SlickYamaha what gears are you running in your truck? If you have the 3.73s I'd highly suggest an upgrade to at least 4.30s minimum for 37" tires. With Ford changing the splines on the 2011+ rear sterling axle Im not sure if you can get anything lower than a 4.30 right now. I use to have a 2010 F150 5.4 with 3.73s on 35s and any bit of wind or any slight incline on the highway and it was constantly hunting for gears. I know that the 6.2 does have more power than the 5.4 but the F250 is also a lot heavier. Just a heads up if you havent considered this yet. Other than that you have a pretty sweet truck.
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Old 01-06-2013, 07:16 AM
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Looks good, that wheel/tire combo would look great on stroker 8.
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