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Old 04-28-2012, 07:54 AM
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New 6.7 owner

Here Is what I bought! I had picked out the Grey one but in the middle of the paper work I switched to the white one!

2012 F250 Powerstroke 6.7
FX4 Lariat
Leather seats w/ frt buckets
Navigation entertainment system
Power everything including seat coolers
tow package w/ factory brk controller
electric locking diff
tailgate step
sunroof
Sync

So far in the first 5 days of ownership I have been able to add:
the AMP power steps.
Some 325/65 R18 ProComp Extreme a/t tires (35x13.5)
and a Better built tool box (double walled)

For an old fart like me. I like the AMP power steps and the rear tailgate step.
Even if I lift the truck the steps will help.

I am happy because the tires I wanted fit the truck without lifting. this works for me right now as I need to slow down on spending.




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Old 04-28-2012, 07:57 AM
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Good looking truck!!!
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:58 AM
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Welcome to the org. Enjoy, you have just started finding things to buy for it.

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Welcome to the org. Enjoy, you have just started finding things to buy for it.

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Just finding things is right. this was the truck I got rid of to buy the power stroke. Let me tell you it was hard to part with my F150

but I have more to tow (Just recently) and the F150 had to go. I can't afford two trucks.



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Welcome to the org. Enjoy, you have just started finding things to buy for it.

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I found some more goodies to through at my truck

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More things you find for the truck the lower the bank account goes......
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:36 AM
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Since I bought my truck things done:
Amp powersteps
Better built tool box
4.5 icon Stage III Lift
Deaver Add a leaf pack w/4"block
Bushwacker pocket style fender flares
Plastic coat the two chrome bars frt grill
Cb radio - ant mounted on tool box
Eagle alloy 197 BLK/polished wheels
Pro comp tires 325/65 r18 (35x13.5)
M1 front bumper
15K winch
Rigid E series lights


things on order:

AMI hood vents



AMI Fuel door
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:58 AM
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Tell me more about the plastic coat you did to your grille.

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Old 01-04-2013, 11:17 AM
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bought it at home depot
Performix .... Plasti Dip
Coatings and Adhesives, Rubber and Plastic Coatings | Plasti Dip Interntional

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Old 01-04-2013, 11:24 AM
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my lower bar got hit when my truck frt bumper got hit.
this took a small portion of the plastic coat off. All I did was to touch it up. on the grill.

originally I pulled the grill and removed the two bars to spray the plasti dip
this stuff is pretty nice.
Many car washes at least 8,000 miles
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