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Old 06-05-2013, 11:12 AM   #1
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Decided to put all my mods/adds together in one thread.

2012 FX2 Ingot Silver

Mods/Adds:
Undercover Flex
Tailgate Assist
Clazzio Seat Covers
USB2
Plasti-dip emblems
Mirror blinker mod
Appearance Package Wheels
FX2 sticker delete

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2 inch level (when tires wear out)
Speaker upgrade
AMP steps (maybe dreaming)
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Looks good Drew

How long have you had the undercover flex? Do you like it?
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How much were the seat covers? Did you put them on yourself?
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Went back and forth on the ingot silver and sterling grey. Looks good and i like what you did with it so far and future mods. Maybe a 2" shackle drop until the tires wear out? I did so on mine and makes a difference IMO
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Thank you. I've had the flex for about 5 months now. I love it. Can't really compare it to any other cover since this is my first bed cover but it's been problem free. It's not 100% water proof but have only had some water in the bed after we have had monsoon type rain fall. Overall very happy for the price.
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RDKev...I got the seat covers for a steal at $150 new. I put them on myself. It was a little tough especially on the head rests. The covers are tight fitting.

Zimmer...decided against the drop shackles only because where I park my truck the curb is about a foot high and my hitch barely clears it now.
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RDKev...I got the seat covers for a steal at $150 new. I put them on myself. It was a little tough especially on the head rests. The covers are tight fitting.

Zimmer...decided against the drop shackles only because where I park my truck the curb is about a foot high and my hitch barely clears it now.
Like a one time, I can't find that deal, steal? LOL
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Like a one time, I can't find that deal, steal? LOL
Haha well not exactly. That probably would look really bad considering my current employer really frowns on that type of stuff.
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Haha well not exactly. That probably would look really bad considering my current employer really frowns on that type of stuff.
I'm lost lol... Just let me know if I can get a deal even half that good.

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