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Old 11-04-2012, 10:05 AM
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White Powder coat, ETC

Well guy's I'm changing the look of my truck some and finally got around to having my coil springs powder coated white and my clevise also. I also added some zone offroad shocks also along with their dual steering stabilizer kit and bought some white shock boots as well. So far got everything installed except the rear shocks just for the fact I'm waiting on a set of PMF traction bars from Trevor also powder coated white and gonna install those when I do the shocks. Anyways I'm surprised at how well it ties in the truck and at first I thought it was 'too' much white but it makes good contrast and adds a bit of class I would say.















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it looks good. Any plans to powdercoat more of teh suspension parts. Maybe white brake calipers ?
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Man that looks great! You should get the machined part of your rims powder coated white!


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Old 11-04-2012, 11:02 AM
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it looks good. Any plans to powdercoat more of teh suspension parts. Maybe white brake calipers ?
Yeah, I've planned on doing the calipers white, maybe after the rims get powder coated black or I get new wheels. I got a new white Fx4 grille coming in on wednesday then I'll have to get the bumpers done and then amp research steps but the credit cards are telling me no for now, lol.

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Man that looks great! You should get the machined part of your rims powder coated white!


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I've thought about doing that as well.
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i think i would have hit the frame with a nice chassis black while it was apart. like the theme.
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i think i would have hit the frame with a nice chassis black while it was apart. like the theme.

I did think about it while waiting but didn't want to get any overspray anywhere since I don't have a garage and then having it only at the front of the frame. My whole under carriage is dull looking.
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:13 PM
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looks nice!!!
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looks good man What size lift and wheel/tire set up you running?
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good job looks nice
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