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Old 10-16-2014, 08:09 PM   #1
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Purchased my truck in April 2014, it's a 2012 model F150 XL 4x4 with the 5.0.. It had all of 31,xxx miles on it when I got it and it's got a laundry list of "To-do's" that I want. This was the day I took it home, also took the lovely lady standing beside it home, my soon to be fiancé.
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After 3 weeks or so of driving it, I decided it was time for some tires and wheels. Bought a set of American Alloys with Falken Rocky Mountain ATS tires on them, the tires were of course too big for my stock height truck, but I tried them anyways, they were 305/65/18's.. and way too heavy.

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Parked beside my dad's stock 2011 FX4
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Got rid of the stock monster that was on there and allowed all my ponies to be heard.. Had my local exhaust guy delete the resonator and add a Magnaflow 3"in 2.5" dual out muffler, part number is 12198. If I had a decent camera that would do the exhaust justice I'd have a clip of it. It sounds amazing though and I'm happy with my $185 investment.
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Most recent addition would be my wheels, picked up a set of gunmetal FX 20's from a buddy local to me for a smooth $700. Really helped the truck out IMO.
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Level is in the works and still deciding if I want a bumper replacement like a ranch hand or if I just wanna do a bolt on guard. May even leave it alone, not real sure yet. Any input is greatly appreciated!
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Should be ordering the 2.5" level kit from Auto Spring here within the next week!
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Purchased my truck in April 2014, it's a 2012 model F150 XL 4x4 with the 5.0.. It had all of 31,xxx miles on it when I got it and it's got a laundry list of "To-do's" that I want. This was the day I took it home, also took the lovely lady standing beside it home, my soon to be fiancé.
good luck, let us know what she says.


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