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Old 07-16-2014, 01:03 PM   #11
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Have you found it difficult to keep them light tan leather seats clean? I have white leather seats in my Dodge Charger and could never keep them looking factory clean.
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truck looks good. suitable nickname
ever thought of leveling and adding bigger tires?
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Looks sweet, I like what you did with the vinyl. What company did you use for this?
I used carstickers.com for this and the back window graphic. Really happy with the product. Their packaging could be a little better but all in all I think it came out nice.
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Have you found it difficult to keep them light tan leather seats clean? I have white leather seats in my Dodge Charger and could never keep them looking factory clean.
So far so good. The truck is only 2 months old so we'll see in time.
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ever thought of leveling and adding bigger tires?
After seeing yours, ah, YES!

Don't know a lot about it, and don't have the ability to do myself so any suggestions are most welcome.
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After seeing yours, ah, YES!

Don't know a lot about it, and don't have the ability to do myself so any suggestions are most welcome.
I'm flattered
Actually i have a 6" lift, but seeing alot of builds with just a leveling kit and bigger tires looks more decent imo and not breaking the bank!
many options to choose from, but so far i think the 2.0 Fox shox are the way to go. Reusing the OE wheels with bigger All Terrain tires.
Hope this gives you a jump start.
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I'm flattered
Actually i have a 6" lift, but seeing alot of builds with just a leveling kit and bigger tires looks more decent imo and not breaking the bank!
many options to choose from, but so far i think the 2.0 Fox shox are the way to go. Reusing the OE wheels with bigger All Terrain tires.
Hope this gives you a jump start.
It does and thanks. Being I am unable to do this myself I'll have to talk to my local mechanic to see if it's something he could do for me and of course, how much
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