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Old 03-02-2015, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default Fx2 luxury work truck

Hello folks, this is my baby. She is definitely a work in progress, but I'd like to hear some feedback on what I have done with her so far.

2012 Fx2 Screw with 5.0L V8
Flowmaster Cat-Back
K&N 63 series CAI
Superchip Flashpaq tuner - 91 octane performance tune
Custom Katskin leather interior
Rosen aftermarket touchscreen/Nav system

Coming Soon
Fox coil overs on front to level & improve ride
Terra Grapplers or Goodyear all-terrains w/ Kevlar
New wheels (same time as tires)

I do a lot of off road driving for both work and play, so I need some good puncture resistant all terrains soon. Don't need 4x4 much for where I'm at, but I have an old Chevy ranch truck for those situations. I'm open to suggestions for good tires.

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Figured I'd throw in a pic of the old Chevy

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I like your style 😉
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as do I!!!
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I appreciate it y'all! Weathertech mats on the way too lol
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Took off the running boards today, I think it looks a bit better without them.
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I should have gotten a silver truck.
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Nice W/T set up so far. I must say those ARs do compliment your interior very well...LOL! Also the antlers would look better up front on the hood then on that tasty deer! I bet it was good eatin my friend. I also took the running boards off my truck mainly to paint them black. Question....is that plasti dip on the wheels and if so how is it holding up?
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Nice W/T set up so far. I must say those ARs do compliment your interior very well...LOL! Also the antlers would look better up front on the hood then on that tasty deer! I bet it was good eatin my friend. I also took the running boards off my truck mainly to paint them black. Question....is that plasti dip on the wheels and if so how is it holding up?
Yes I did plasti dip the wheels, and it's holding up okay. There's a few spots where it started to peel but I just cut away the loose PD and resprayed the spot. If you're within 4-5 feet you can tell, but otherwise it looks alright.

Eventually I'll have the wheels done with bed-liner if I decide to keep em, but all the emblems and trim I sprayed will get replaced with matte black OEM pieces if I can find em
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