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Jonah52 Jonah52 is offline

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  1. 94Brodyf150
    06-12-2012 01:09 PM - permalink
    Still have those flares?
  2. Moose907
    02-04-2012 07:26 PM - permalink
    they are eagle eye slims
  3. Whalen
    01-21-2012 09:25 PM - permalink
    nice! i had the same rims on my old chev and loved them! make the stance on the truck look mean but threw crap all over the side of the truck. wish i could find something like those here.
  4. Whalen
    01-15-2012 03:39 PM - permalink
    what kind of rims did you get, i saw the photos but any idea what brand they are?
  5. Whalen
    01-15-2012 12:57 AM - permalink
    Hey have to say your truck is amazing! I like alot of the things you have done to it.
    I was wondering how you like the 33x12.5 bfg's? do they rub at all when you turn lock to lock, turn hard or hit bumps? and do you have a lift or anything on there?

    thanks, and keep up the good work!!!
  6. mr7confused
    12-30-2011 10:04 PM - permalink
    Three wires had to be ran to the back
    1) power to the relay
    2) sensor from the stock lights
    3) signal from the switch to the relay.

    The three way switch in the cab has the center prong leading back to the relay. When you flip it down, it connects the sensor wire to the relay, activating the new lights only when the stock ones are on. Flip the switch up, a wire from the battery leads through the switch back to the relay, activating it. There you have on, off, and auto. (switch in center position leaves them off all the time)
    if I need to clarify anything let me know
  7. Hk2011fx4
    11-29-2011 11:02 PM - permalink
    yes they light up the road quite a bit actully.
  8. Hk2011fx4
    11-28-2011 12:46 PM - permalink
    55 wat dont remeber the size one the top of my head.
  9. F150 Nave
  10. RaiderH8r89
    10-30-2011 02:55 PM - permalink
    I'm still workin' on it lol, just haven't had the time...

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  • About Jonah52
    Northeast Ohio
  • My Truck
    F150 XLT
    302 5.0 V8
    -Dual 2.25" exhaust
    -SiDo Glasspack
    -3.5'' slash cut tips
    -Resonator Delete
    -Rear LED Light bar
    -33x12.5 BFGoodrich A/T's KO
    -Pinoeer Deck
    -Pioneer Speakers
    -Diamond plate bed rails
    -Billet grille
    -Led lights under tailgate
    -Smoked tail lights
    -Smoked Euro Headlights
    -20% and 35% front window tint
    -Heavy Duty rubber mats
    -Gabriel Heavy duty spring shocks
    -Bedlined rocker panels
    -Bedlined wheel wells
    -Plasti dipped trim
    -Plasti dipped Tailgate panel
    -Plasti dipped Emblem


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