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Old 10-08-2012, 04:57 PM
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Once you get it take some interior pictures and post it looks like a nice clean truck and should be a good vehicle for you.
here are a couple from the dealers website, it was obviously before they cleaned it up, looks way better now and not a real good representation of how it looks

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Nice looking truck but those tires look bigger to me then 31"
Do they rub anywhere? I want to get something bigger on my 2006.
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Not that i noticed. But i have only driven it twice

I will know more when it is in my driveway tomorrow
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Old 10-09-2012, 07:14 AM
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Do they rub anywhere? I want to get something bigger on my 2006.

I have no rub on my truck but I only have 33" under a 3" leveling kit. The tires I have installed I believe I could have put on the truck when it was in stock form too.
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:04 PM
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My 05 more or less the way I got it. love this truck. She is stock for now, but ill be getting new tires later in the week and hopefully leveling it out also.

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Tires can make a world of difference on the appearance of a truck. Looking good as it sits though.
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You know, I did not realize just how big of a difference it truly makes. I got the new tires on this weekend and I'm not so sure that I'm going to be leveling it. The truck just doesn't need it.
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Click the image to open in full size.2005 F150 XLT Super Crew 3 Inch Fab tech Suspension Lift, 3 Inch Body Lift. 35X12.50 Nitto Mud Grapplers on 20 Inch Eagle Alloy Rims. Flow Master Exhaust, K&N CAI.

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That is a monster for sure but not so sure I can say its a silver truck.

Nice looking rig!
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Looks good, how does it ride with that body lift in it?
And like Drew said, that is definitely grey/charcoal and not silver
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That is a monster for sure but not so sure I can say its a silver truck.

Nice looking rig!
Thanks man! Yeah, technically it is grey, but to me they are the same thing.
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Looks good, how does it ride with that body lift in it?
And like Drew said, that is definitely grey/charcoal and not silver
It rides pretty smooth actually. The ride is a little bouncy over bumps, but nothing major. Its what I would expect from a truck that is 8" higher over stock. The mud tires I got on there definitely do not like being on the pavement any slower than 20 MPH.
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slight update since i bought it

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that was the day i found out the 4wd didnt work, luckily i thought to check it before i tried to cross the stream that let into the lake behind, that has since been fixed.

also i bought this awesome stuff called plasti-dip and got rid of the chrome on the bumpers and side steps which i think turned out pretty good

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