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you ever considered doing something with the gold on the bottom? imo that adds to the grandpa effect... lol

but other then that, truck looks *****in
You just looked at the pictures didn't you lol. I've said like 4 times that I want to get painted bumpers and flares to match it.
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how about stock tailights back in?? not a fan of the led's like at all, truck looks sick and i still cant figure out what to do about the tan and chrome thing its confusing, dont you have the tan on the wheels too?? ive seen some with it if they have the tan interior or tan on the outside somewhere
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i meant like getting rid of the gold.. lol

and yeah, i just looked at the pictures. who reads anymore?! :D
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Yeah same here. Yours look great on your truck though, the black flows really smoothly with the tires and door handles. White and black look great together, blue and black not so much IMO lol
yeah I really like how the black is on his white one. the stockers look better on your color for sure
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how about stock tailights back in?? not a fan of the led's like at all, truck looks sick and i still cant figure out what to do about the tan and chrome thing its confusing, dont you have the tan on the wheels too?? ive seen some with it if they have the tan interior or tan on the outside somewhere
Yeah I think thats what i'm going to do. I could use the cash for something else anyway. No my wheels are the same color, its the lariats that have the same style wheel with tan inserts.
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Looks awesome Trent, can't go wrong with 35s

I think you should get the chrome headlights with the clear reflector, seen a few on ebay and a bunch of trucks on F150online look real sharp with those. I think it goes well with the chrome you got goin on, I like that look I'd leave it alone but just take care of the tan rockers like you planned!
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Can I just open them up and take that amber piece out?
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LOOKS GREAT! I love mine. How are you liking yours so far?
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Nevermind, lol.
If someone wants to delete this feel free. D'oh!
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I like those a lot better ^^

And I don't like the idea of having clear turn signals. Though I don't think the blackedout ones would look that great either. I like it how it is.
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how do they handle the speed bumps? pretty good traction? how about the painted ones? i heard those were a b!tch when they get wet!

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Can I just open them up and take that amber piece out?
I've actually seen guys bust the amber reflector up and just shake them out of the lights without taking them apart, they're barely held in place anyway, only a couple tabs. Not sure how well that'll work but it sorta makes sense. I took mine out to nightshade them when I had my lights apart. I guess you could try that method and if it's too hard just separate the lights regardless.
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Yeah same here. Yours look great on your truck though, the black flows really smoothly with the tires and door handles. White and black look great together, blue and black not so much IMO lol
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how do they handle the speed bumps? pretty good traction? how about the painted ones? i heard those were a b!tch when they get wet!

Theres this monster one on my street, I put it in 4 low just to be safe going over it.
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Haha it works on your truck but with the lighter blue like mine I don't think it would look as good.
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Did you remove the steps off of your mall crawler yet???
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Not yet, I was planning on doing it last night then ended up going to a baseball game instead. I will tonight, windows are getting tinted this afternoon too.
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truck looks good trent!
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Not yet, I was planning on doing it last night then ended up going to a baseball game instead. I will tonight, windows are getting tinted this afternoon too.
I need to get my buddy across the street at the new house to do mine one of these days, I keep forgetting to bring him a case of beer, but I hate how you have to leave the windows up for a couple of days I hate using A/C....
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Yeah me too, its in the 90s here too so I don't really have a choice. Opening the sunroof and the back window gets a pretty good breeze going though.

Thanks Mark!
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Theres this monster one on my street, I put it in 4 low just to be safe going over it.
thats good, you don't want to chance not having the extra tires pulling and getting high centered.
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I know, I had my strap out just in case I did get stuck. It was very nerve racking.

Just got my windows tinted though, only took me 3 years to get it done lol.
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Truck looks much better with the bigger tires. I like the emblem on the billet grille. looks better, imo.
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Yeah me too. So today I got the windows tinted, took the steps off and changed back to the stock tails. I think it cleans up the looks a lot. What does everyone else think?

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So you went back stock. lol
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