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Old 11-03-2013, 01:14 AM   #1
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Default 2013 Fx2 with 33's and 2" leveling kit

This is my 2013 Fx2 with a ZONE 2" leveling kit and some 275/70/18 Nitto Terra Grappler's(33's) and the wheels are 18 inch XD Series Monsters with a basically neutral offset. I just got the level and tires today and i'm VERY happy with the way it turned out. If you guys have any questions I will do my best to answer you! Hope ya'll like it!
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Looks good. If you paint behind the rear tires black, the wheel well that will make the back look nice. Nice job
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Looks good. If you paint behind the rear tires black, the wheel well that will make the back look nice. Nice job
Do you think plasti-dip would work well?
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Do you think plasti-dip would work well?
First off, truck looks nice. That's one of the wheels I have been admiring for my truck. Use some rattle can bed liner. Plasti dip won't hold up well in there.
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First off, truck looks nice. That's one of the wheels I have been admiring for my truck. Use some rattle can bed liner. Plasti dip won't hold up well in there.
I disagree, i put down 3 coats of it on my old GMC with 37" STT's and they help up perfectly, easy touch ups too.

Quick question. Whats your fender heights at? Still looks nose down.
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Looks good. Any rubbing at all up front?
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Simply awesome!
I also own an FX2 and really want to do a level with bigger tires.
Does your truck sit level? I don't know if I should run a 2" or 2.5" level.
Does the front tires rub at all?

I would also like to see more pics of 2wd trucks leveled please.
FX2screw, can you post any pics of your FX2?

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