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post #1 of 7 Old 05-30-2011, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Just installed 37's and 22's

and i freeking love them. im on nothing but a leveling kit with a trimmed bumper and zip tied fender liners. they fit perfectly. and they go with the truck very well. i got these for a deal i couldnt pass up. let me know what you guys think.




2003 F350 XLT with a 6.0 PSD
Viper 5701
SCT with Innovative Tunes
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4" Turbo Back Straight Pipe
Sinister Diesel EGR Delete
Autometer Z-Series Pyro, Boost, and Trans Temp
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08+ Rear Conversion PTM
05+ conversion PTM with Hellas Frenched in Bumper
Factory Fender Flares
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22" Hulks with 37" Toyo M/T's
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and btw. the bumper is trimmed way better now. its an even slope and not just notches. that was just a temporary thing. and i will try and get better piks if the rain ever stops.

2003 F350 XLT with a 6.0 PSD
Viper 5701
SCT with Innovative Tunes
(Tow, Tow/Brake, Aggressive Street, Extreme Street, Extreme Race)
4" Turbo Back Straight Pipe
Sinister Diesel EGR Delete
Autometer Z-Series Pyro, Boost, and Trans Temp
S&B Intake
08+ Rear Conversion PTM
05+ conversion PTM with Hellas Frenched in Bumper
Factory Fender Flares
5k HIDs
Reflexxion Cowl Hood
Maxx Lift 2.5" Leveling kit
22" Hulks with 37" Toyo M/T's
2-12's and 1100 watts RMS
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Looks damn good!
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Looks good. Def impressive that you are only on a leveling kit.

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post a pic or 2 on where and how you zip tied the fenders back if you can


SOLD - '03 7.3, MBRP, 38r, DP F5, HPX, RR, DIY 6637, 05 OEM Harley front, 08 OEM rear & mirrors, 20" Moto Metal, 35" Nitto's

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What offset are your wheels, I've got 34" tires on mine and with the -44 offset and old style front bumper there was alot more trimming involved actually thinking about trimming the veritcle rib behind inner fender an folding it over and screwing down the inner fenders to it
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