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Old 12-30-2013, 12:44 AM   #1
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I have been putting off making a build thread, so I just wanted to do it at this point to look back at in the future to see all that I have done.

Started off looking stock

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How it looks currently ( in front of my dads raptor )

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The first thing I did was 2.5 inch level (forget the brand) fuel octane 17 inch rims and 33inch bfg tires, only picture I have is offroad, and towards the end my my tire life, but it works

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next thing I did was put in a new stereo, Kenwood headunit, Rockford speakers and a rockford 12 inch sub under the seat.

Also had the wood trim wrapped in Carbon fiber for a more sporty look

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Next thing that I did was get raptor running boards and floor mats ( i couldn't resist when I saw them close up on my dads raptor)

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Next I went to getting a K&N CAI, Magnaflow Exhaust, and Hypertech Tuner

Unfortunately i'm not home when writing this, and I only have pictures of the Exhaust :/

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Next I went to the general grabbers after I wore through a set of BFG AT2

I went with 33X12.50 r17, this was like an inch or more wider than my last set and it looks great but sprays on the side reallly bad haha

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One of the most recent things i have done is Emblem overylays by moodyblue, an di have some pictures, but i forgot to take pictures of the side emblems with the white inlay. I also converted dome lights to LED and took the chance with the Recon 3rd brake light.

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3rd brakelight looks really good

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The LED's really light up the inside as well haha

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When I get home I will post the pictures with the moodyblue inlays on my side emblems, and I also did the LED conversion to the reflector in the mirror and will post pictures.

I also forgot to say that somewhere in between i had my grill and bumpers painted matte black to match the rims, and to get rid of as much chrome as possible

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Nice looking truck
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White trucks look badass with black rims! Nice truck.
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Nice looking build. I have LED in my cab and it is night and day compared to the stock bulbs. I didn't realize how dark it was in there until I saw it with the LED! How do you like your head unit? I've been shopping for one but it seems like most of the touch screens have very mixed reviews.
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