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Old 06-02-2010, 10:55 PM
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I'm guessing your talking about this one. Someone just did some body work on the hood to make it look like that. It's one of those subtle changes that you don't notice right away. Looks cool.

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I love that truck, hate the hood though...
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Hell it gives it a sleek look. I love it. looks good.
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I like the look - and really like the wide whites on there - may put them on mine.
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Here's The one's I took at the '010 F-100 Western Nationals.
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just lowered mine last weekend

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Can someone help me identify what these hubcaps belong to?

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I found a set of 4 that look exactly like this in my grandfathers garage.

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if i get the '72 i been dreaming a drolling over,i think it may get its butt dropped 1", 1 1/2"
but theres a lot of work to do before it has to worry about looks...
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i dont much care for the term but that looks very rat roddy with the red rims and white sidewalls especially, i like it, is that the finished product or is it under construction? either way its cool
how did you drop it
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Great looking truck! What size is your wheel/tire combo? Also, what drop did you use?
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