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Just my opinion: I think you're working on the "Need-to-do" things. Usually the intake, exhaust, gauges and tuning are the "BIG" ones to do.
Things like AD or FASS, the valve body are not "Needed" per se, but close to it.
The other things are cosmetic, light housings, fogs, bed-liner, back up lights and seats. They are 'nice-to-haves', which I've done some of them. It's one of the ways you make your truck yours.
Sound system upgrade is more of a function preference for you (nothing wrong with a good sound while driving), which could be a selling point down the road.
Owner / Operator:
2001 F350 | 7.3L PSD | 4R100 | Crew Cab | Long Bed | 4x4 - 222
,000 miles - 10 Years of ownership
Autometer Z-series Gauges | K&N GenII FIPK | MBRP 4" TB Exhaust | Hypertech PP3 | Toyo OC ATII (LT285/75R16 "E
") | SilverStar 9007/9145 | Dura-Flap Mud Flaps
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