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Hey guys I've been around on and off for awhile and never put up pics of the truck.. It's a '99 XLT 2wd 2.5L Auto... 161,xxx on the clock. Had it for a few years always been my backup truck sometimes dd. Got it cheap off a buddy and now I think its time to get it lookin good! It had a not-so-sweet baja bumper on it that I recently cut off. Also had undercoated the bottom half of the truck but it was real wavy so I did away with that. Lots of plans in my head but wanna know some ideas from you guys too! Only real mods I've done are the tonneau which I bought off zabeard, and a newer center console for my 60/40 with a cupholder in it since the stocker was broke. I ditched all the stickers today and am ready to mod now! Ideas please!!





O and one pic of the famous "baja" bumper thats gone now...

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i see alot of potential! thats my truck stock except mines step side and has the 4.0.

body lift
spindle lift or coils springs or a coil spring spacers like i have.
33s MUD TERRAIN
4.56 gear
10 inch wide wheels
06 emblems

POP THE DENT OUT!

oh and a bumper. built or stock, i have a spare stock bumper.
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Good start on taking the bumper off lol. . .. Not really a fan. It would look really good though if you get a stock bumper or fab up a cooler looking one.
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Ya I'm undecided if I wanna lift or lower it since its 2wd. Truck wasn't taken care of too well before I got it and I've got a huge list of stuff I need...

Front Bumper & all mounting hardware
Front sway bar and mounting hardware
ash tray or cubby hole
pass airbag on/off switch
rear plastic that goes behind seats and houses rear speakers
non-flag mirrors
hood is creased must have came up at some point
antenna
one taillight is broken

I'm sure there's more haha its a project thats for sure! OVERtheEDGE you have a PM.
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well looks like a very good project, I say you slame it, bag it, shave it, either molded rear or just a roll pan some cool wheels, but it's your truck do with it wat you want either way it will look good.
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new wheels and bigger tires
lift
new gears for the bigger tires
locker
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