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Old 02-09-2011, 08:54 AM
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Moto Metal 961 Satin Black

Thought I would share a couple picks of my new setup. Any suggestions on any more changes I should do would be appriciated. I realize everyone has differant tastes and open to any suggestion or comments. TKS
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Looks good. Maybe get some new steps. For your truck, less is more. Hard to make everything go well with your color of two tone and black.
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Truck looks great man! if you don't like it i'll trade you lol. Could you post a closer pic of the rims?
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:36 AM
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Looks good. Maybe get some new steps. For your truck, less is more. Hard to make everything go well with your color of two tone and black.
I get what you are saying, I just got rid of alot of Chrome but unsure about coloring the emblems, I have Black projection lights on order to.

This is how used to look.
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:37 AM
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Truck looks great man! if you don't like it i'll trade you lol. Could you post a closer pic of the rims?
Here you go.
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Old 02-09-2011, 09:43 AM
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What size tires are those?

I have to agree with fordpwrstroke7 about the steps too. Although black, they look a little out of place. I always hate being too honest, but you asked.

It looks great though!
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What size tires are those?

I have to agree with fordpwrstroke7 about the steps too. Although black, they look a little out of place. I always hate being too honest, but you asked.

It looks great though!
Fair enough, any suggestion on another step, keeping in mind I live in Canada needing the protection of a full step that doesn't fill with salt, sand and snow? Thanks again for your guy's input.
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looks good, wats the wheel and tire size....and i would look into some nfab steps....i think they are a good lookin aftermarket step that would go good....or amp steps, but those suckers are pricey!!!
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I love the Amp Research steps I installed. They are hidden until you open/close the door! Not sure if they would rust out or not though.
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looks good, wats the wheel and tire size....and i would look into some nfab steps....i think they are a good lookin aftermarket step that would go good....or amp steps, but those suckers are pricey!!!
Wheel is 20x9 and 305/55R20 tires
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