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Old 03-16-2014, 10:13 PM   #11
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Thanks everyone! It's my first time buying aftermarket rims for a truck and I've been driving myself crazy looking for a set. I'm stoked with how everything turned out. My truck is finally starting to look like how I hoped it would........my bank account on the other hand..........WORTH IT!

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Damn, that looks great!!!!!! Please post a link of where you got those headlights!
They're a Mini H1 Retrofit done by a fellow forum member BigBoy. He's a pro and super well priced. Sorry no link! They are one of a kind.
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Old 03-16-2014, 10:22 PM   #12
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Got the girl cleaned up (with the wider stance it doesn't take long to get filthy...) went on a little drive and snapped these shots. Truth is I can't stop looking at it, I've been waiting on rims/tires for this truck for almost 2 years.





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Better pictures of just the tires. I need Fender Flares, but I hate the look of them.
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Very nice!!! Where did you get the cube led's, and how did you mount them?
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also interested in the cube led's. How bright are they when you have just the regular headlights on?
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I bought them local here in Anchorage, they are Rigid Industries Duallys, you can find them all over the internet and there's a forum deal for $165/pair somewhere on here. And they are bright as HELL so I don't run them during the day. Although at night on the roads when I turn on my Highs and the 2 light bars, the duallys struggle to keep up, but I've got them aimed at the ditches so they show up there. Pretty much everything gets overpowered when the two SR20s come on. The duallys are the amber LEDs because I didn't like the look of just the Amber covers.
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Sorry... as far as mounting goes the rigids come with saddle mounts and I just bolted them to a hole in the frame behind the bumper. If you look in there you'll see it, they're about 3/4" holes centered vertically behind the lower grill opening on either side of the license plate. I just threw on a fender washer and sucked it down tight. The saddle mounts are turned vertically so that I could rotate the light to shine towards the ditches. They are wired into a custom rocker switch from the guys at OTRATTW below my OEM light switch.
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I'll get some better pictures when she's clean!
Actually laughed out loud at this because that first set of pictures looks like something out of a magazine! Nicely done!!
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These are the wheels I am gonna get! Truck looks great. How much did the wheels run you if you don't mind me asking?

Beautiful truck
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