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98 XLT with a few mods

Got a 98 XLT 2wd 2.5 liter. Dad bought it new in 97, sold it to me a few years ago. Only has 106k miles. This is what I've got done so far

Mods- Debadged Ranger XLTs, bondo/painted holes

GTS headlight covers

AVS bug guard/window guards

Repainted bumpers

Partially repainted stock grill

Ford brand seat covers to match interior

Tinted back window at 5%, front 2 and windshield at 38% (that's why it looks darker than it is)

Mounted driving lights into front bumper (not shown in pictures)

Unique 297 15" x 8" rims with BFG All terrain 235/75/15s on them

Aftermarket intake

other stuff I probably am forgetting

Coming soon: Tinted taillights, better audio system, Flomaster exhaust, mini black antenna

Suggestions anyone?




Dirty in the pics, definitly needs some black tire foam. Other than that pretty nice.
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Good looking truck... never seen a grille done that way. I like it!
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I wish the law was that loose here in florida I wouldnt be able to go a week driving that truck without multiple tickets
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Looks good. What kind of flowmaster you getting? Make sure to take a video of it when your done.
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Good looking truck... never seen a grille done that way. I like it!
thanks, a few buddies and i just taped it up and painted it put some clear coat over it.

and yeah cornfed- the part of st louis i live in is ridiculously strict but i live on the edge of it so i just avoid that county.
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Looks good. What kind of flowmaster you getting? Make sure to take a video of it when your done.
haven't figured all of it out yet, i know i want 2.5 in. trying to avoid a ricer sound, going for more of a groan/purr.
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Looks good. Although I am not a fan of those headlight covers, even though I had them.
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