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Old 04-12-2008, 02:25 PM
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New Mods!!!

I had been wanting to do this for a while now so i picked some up and installed them... The install was super easy.. took me around 25 min each at the most. They are the Bushwacker Pocket style fender flares and i left them black to match the rest of m truck... they are paintable e if you want to paint them.

well check out the pics and let me know what you think



Oh i also picked up 8 Fox shocks with resivours today with the black caps instead of the blue ones... ill be doing those next weekend

-Raul

EDIT.... here is a pic after i washed her




EDIT again lol

I couldnt wait to i installed a dual steering stab today.... the fox shocks couldnt fit so i have to order a diff end piece for them but since i had already installed all the hardware i figured i would just install the fabtech shocks that came with the kit... let me know what you think


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Old 04-12-2008, 02:27 PM
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Looks Good Raul!
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THAT IS A SICK AZZ TRUCK!!! GOOD JOB
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Hey!! That'll work!!

Slick!!
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Tie it all together with some 08 mirrors man LOL
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Looking good
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Tie it all together with some 08 mirrors man LOL
i know i know... thats def on the list to do after i install all the mods waiting for me in the garage.....
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Looks great Raul, i honestly didn't think you could make your truck look better but once again i was mistaken!!
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Old 04-12-2008, 03:51 PM
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Looks great Raul, i honestly didn't think you could make your truck look better but once again i was mistaken!!
Thanks bud... i cant wait to get those 8 Fox shocks in its gonig to clean up the wheel well.... it looks to empty the way it is right now so this should fix that....

oh and i uploaded 1 more pic... just spend over an hour washing the truck and thought this was the best one

-Raul
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Old 04-12-2008, 04:05 PM
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well aint you glad you did not sell it......looks sweet man, those shocks will top it off.
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