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  1. JorgeRod54
    02-07-2011 08:17 PM - permalink
    thanks alot bro, alot of time and hard earned money has gotten it this far, but im not done yet!

    the tail lights were pretty easy. i dont do any type of paint work like that, so since it was the first time i tried it, i think they came out pretty sharp. these are easier than ripping apart the headlights, because you dont have to reseal them. all you use is VHT nightshade, 1500 and 2000 grit wet sandpaper, krylon clear coat, scratch X, and turtle wax polishing compound. it takes a couple of hours because of the prep work. there's alot of threads on here about doing them
  2. 96f150xl
    03-06-2010 12:04 PM - permalink
    Hey, Just have a couple of questions, When you put the 33's on did you lift it, or just level it? I am planing on putting 33's on my 96, And just wondering if you could post some side pictures of the truck? Truck looks good man! Thanks

  3. downinmexico
    01-07-2009 12:08 AM - permalink
    Hey Corey, I posted another shot of the rack.
  4. dangerranger21
    12-30-2008 12:58 AM - permalink
    Nice truck! Let me know when you do some more stuff

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  • My Truck
    F150 XLT
    5.0 302
    Straight pipe exhaust off Elite hedmen headers, K&N CAI, Custom Fog Lights built in the bumper
    Coming Soon... Tinted windows, Rough Country Leveling kit, Bed rail tool box with built in secondary battery, 5 ft cb whips, train horn setup, 33x12.5 TSL, Three six inch rally lights built on custom front bumper


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