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Old 09-10-2015, 02:03 PM   #1
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Hey guys! Recently purchased a 2003 Screw 4x4, and it was completely stock. I have big plans for her, and am slowly upgrading/adding as time goes. And I will be updating this thread as I get further into the build. Here she is when I bought her stock:
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And this is how she sits as of now, I added 16x8 Vision Warrior wheels, painted the stock grille black, removed the broken window visors, and tinted the tail lights. Also turned the torsion bars to level it out some.

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Update! The vision warriors will be coming off in a few days and are being replaced with 20x9 Fuel Hostages wrapped in 33x12.50r20 Federal MTs! Super stoked!
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UPDATE!!

Got the new 20x9 Fuel Hostages with 33x12.50r20 Federal Couragia M/Ts and I could not be happier!! A lot of road noise but thats expected with such an aggressive tire. Fitment was spot on. My truck is leveled with the t-bars turned up, and stock with no blocks in the rear. Looks great in my opinion, let me know what y'all think!
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Just finished mounting!


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UPDATE!!

Got the new 20x9 Fuel Hostages with 33x12.50r20 Federal Couragia M/Ts and I could not be happier!! A lot of road noise but thats expected with such an aggressive tire. Fitment was spot on. My truck is leveled with the t-bars turned up, and stock with no blocks in the rear. Looks great in my opinion, let me know what y'all think!
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Just finished mounting!


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Looks way better with those wheels and tires now. How difficult was it to paint the grill. What was involved with taking it off
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