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Old 07-28-2014, 01:25 PM   #51
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Well today, i had a wild hair and decided to PTM the mirror caps and reflectors. I am getting towing mirrors soon but i wanted to embark on yet another DIY.
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That looks so good! Now those bumpers lol!
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That looks so good! Now those bumpers lol!
Yes! I want to do it very badly but i just don't know if ill have the funds for a wrap before college. @smcox1
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Let me know when you decide to switch to American force wheels, I might buy your mavericks lol. That's what I wanted when I ordered my wheels but they were back ordered and I'm impatient. Digging the d2's in the fogs! How did you mount them? I just put HID's in my fogs and high/low beam. Crazy bright at night but a lot better then the stock lights
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Let me know when you decide to switch to American force wheels, I might buy your mavericks lol. That's what I wanted when I ordered my wheels but they were back ordered and I'm impatient. Digging the d2's in the fogs! How did you mount them? I just put HID's in my fogs and high/low beam. Crazy bright at night but a lot better then the stock lights
I'll keep you in mind on the mavericks!
They are a booger to adjust by yourself. I just drilled a hole in the original dog light housing and put a locker nut and a regular nut and spliced into my original wiring harness. Pretty easy and super bright! @mxer90
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Just buy the vinyl and give it a go
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Truck looks good man. I'm definitely a fan of the storm trooper look.
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Truck looks good man. I'm definitely a fan of the storm trooper look.
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Truck looks good man. I'm definitely a fan of the storm trooper look.


+1 from me too - - it looks great!


Now you just have to do something with the big gaping EcoBoost hole in the front - - how about a minimal white grille?
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This would look the best
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