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Old 07-18-2013, 03:25 PM   #1
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Default Reedypetey's 06 Lariat with style

So after slowly building my truck for the last few months, i have decided to put it all together and create my thread. As requested by many and seen by few, here you go.

Here she is the first day i picked her up.

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I had in mind what i wanted my truck to look like and here is a picture to represent what i went by to compare my truck.

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I dont know about you but i cant possibly imagine driving a stock truck. Had to get her some new shoes immediately

33x12.5.xR20 Toyo Open Country Mts
20 inch XD Bombs

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Changed out the headlights to tinted oem heads right after the wheels.

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Decided to add some halos to the mix and ended up with dual red and white oracle halos for the headlights.

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Well after a few short lived weeks with the Oracle Halos, they shorted out due to a badly placed remote box. So i bought temporary halos for the headlights and in the mean time my oracle fog lights came in.

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Got around to blacking out the bumpers. Linex or bedlined the bumpersJust a little snow in the ole Mississippi. Hell must have froze over that day.

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Finally got my oracles back to match the fogs! They are also in a another set of headlights. This is my 3rd housing with a chrome background and tinted lens.

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Thought i would show ya'll the colors since i put them in.

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Old 07-18-2013, 03:27 PM   #2
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Red:
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(Red and White) AKA Pink:
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Just a pic of what it all looks like during the day.

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Decided to do a little mud riding.

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Couldn't deal with the Honda 350 rancher getting stuck in everything so i had to buy a new toy to fit in the back of my truck.

Say hello to the new 2013 Honda Foreman 500 with a 2 inch lift on 29.5 outlaw tires

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Ok so now here is where it gets to be an eye changer and a dumb mistake at the same time. I decided to do a little research on wrap jobs and new paint jobs along with plasti dipping. Might i add i went a little over board.

See for yourself...

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Well i really wanted to test the durability of the plasti dip so i took the ole 2wd through a few mud holes.

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Plasti dip surprisingly held up as said it would. I decided to take it off because my truck was about to be in the shop for a few weeks and i originally planned on doing a different color but i remembered how i wanted it to look.

So i removed it all and this is what the paint looked like underneath the dip.

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The paint underneath was flawless and was not damaged at all. It looked just like it did before the Plasti Dip application.

Finally i decided to go visit the my family and purchase a lift from them.
Thank you once again Mrs. Cindy Acree (Executive Director of Skyjacker)

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Grandpa McCurry (President/CEO of Skyjacker) decided to stop by for a visit.

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After a long weekend in Louisiana i finally got around to putting the lift on.

6 inch Skyjacker lift with performance Nitro shocks and 2 inch level and side Black nerf bars.

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Decided to overlay the tailgate emblem.

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This concludes my build until my 42 inch light bar comes in and my 2 12 inch light bar reverse lights, 4 inch light bar fog replacements, and XKglow underglow comes in.
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Truck looks great! Man must be nice to have family that owns/runs a suspension company. They give you the family discount lol. I think the truck looks better without the plastidip. No harm in seeing what it looked like.
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Truck looks great! Man must be nice to have family that owns/runs a suspension company. They give you the family discount lol. I think the truck looks better without the plastidip. No harm in seeing what it looked like.
It's my brother's wife's family, but yes they helped me out alot!
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Looks good and that's a big exhaust tip.
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Looks good and that's a big exhaust tip.
Haha yeah it is a pretty big tip. 8 inches is far to big of a coal roller to have on a f150. It gives it a deep sound but it was there when i bought it.
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It actually looks pretty good but some other people might hate on it lol!!
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It actually looks pretty good but some other people might hate on it lol!!
I have been thinking about swapping it with the same tip just a smaller size but i would rather just put the money into the light bar.
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I think it really looks good now that the truck is lifted.
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