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Old 12-30-2010
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figured i would make one of these so i dont have to post a million picture threads
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4 Map Lights converted to leds 6000k
1 dome light converted to leds 6000k
tag lights are led 6000k
H13 Headlight 6000k Hi/lo hids
9145 Foglights 6000k hids
Pioneer Avic-d3 With navigation, xm, ipod
bought and installed a factory 8" sub
Roll up tonneau cover
Removed black lettering off emblems
Tinted all windows to 5% (medical Profile to have that dark)

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the lastest mod is in the works

i met a guy on f150forum.com and he lives in clarksville and does custom car audio and video ..there is alot of plans for my truck and doing what i can as cash flow allows

this mod im going for a factory look and came up with the idea of using my overhead console as a flipdown tv..

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"I'm doing some work for a forum member who just happens to live only a few miles from me. We decided to install a 6.5" video monitor in the flip-down eyeglass holder. I started out by trimming the monitor bezel and the pocket so it would all fit. I then used some plastic epoxy to mate the two together. After masking it all off I mixed up some 2-part expanding foam and poured it in. This isn't the cheap stuff in the can from Home Depot. This stuff costs $60 a gallon but believe me, it's well worth it. After the foam expanded and cured I shaped it using a hacksaw blade and some files/sandpaper. I then brushed on a nice coat of polyester resin. I will let that cure tonight. Tomorrow morning I will put on a skim coat of Rage Gold body filler and some more smoothing out. It will then get texture coated and painted. Here are some pics of the progress so far:"]
This is what its going and and will look like
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top pic is a video


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You should certainly pop in at Ford F150 Forums

Its a little something we started working on :)
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1FEB2011 Lowered the rear 2 inches
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also changed my sparkplugs this weekend with no issues and a ****load of pb blaster..all plugs were horrible condition but all came out and truck runs so much better
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also changed my sparkplugs this weekend with no issues and a ****load of pb blaster..all plugs were horrible condition but all came out and truck runs so much better
Very lucky. Been hearing a lot of horror stories about broken plugs in 5.4Ls lately.
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thats a nice ride you got there!
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Those rims look great on your truck!!
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Looks good!
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Those rims look great on your truck!!
thanks man my buddy hooked me up with a good deal on them..i didnt want chrome on a white truck so i went with these..im pleased..lol
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looks good. need to lose the front plate though.
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not losing the front plate..i love the ga bulldogs and it stays..lol
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