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Old 12-29-2007, 01:40 PM   #1
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Decided to buy my own Christmas present this year. Wanted to post cause I couldn't find hardly any post of leveled f150's. So here it is. 03 FX4, Lariat, Level kit, 325/60/18 Toyo AT's, 18x9 Incubus wheels. Oh and the f150 plate to top it off... Still want some new running boards, side exhaust and one piece head lights. Those will have to wait.
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Old 12-29-2007, 01:47 PM   #2
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looks very nice, i like that color. what brand of leveling kit did you use?
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Thanks! I was looking at one made by Ready Lift but I ended up just going to a buddy of mine that owns a local shop and having him order one, it came with new rancharo shocks for the front. The Ready Lift kit didn't. I'll check it out and see if I can get the brand.
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Couldn't you have just tightend the torsion bars?

Your truck looks great! I wouldn't change a thing to it at all, and if you consider getting a brush guard or bull bar definetely get the bull bar. That would look killer in black.
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the truck looks nuce, but revos are slow.
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Yea, my buddy has a bull bar that's been sitting in his garage for over a year and he won't cough it up...

negative on the slow revo, they are pretty quick but they get pissed off way to easy. I never run it because I have to tune it every damn time.
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I like how it's really green but in the picture from behind it it looks black thats a nice truck. I just bought a 2002 version of it but I'm not gonna deck mine out like that, just a bug shield and vent shades will be good enough for me. Got my other one for the lifted look.

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Default nice truck...

looks sharp. But I am partial to the factory runing boards. The tires and rimss look sharp. Excellent choice.
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i love your rims and tires n very nice truck
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