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Old 09-04-2010, 01:50 PM
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If the lower part of your door is gold, then I would do the lower part of the bumper gold.
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Interesting, to bad its all aftermarket.

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All my stuff is aftermarket and I think from that seller, other than the headlight plugs and bumper brackets. It seems to be very good quality. It's the same stuff the body shops use.
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If the lower part of your door is gold, then I would do the lower part of the bumper gold.


But than it wouldn't line up with the trim on the truck.

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I do think white trimmed lights would look pretty awesome on that setup. Just saw the pic of yours, yeah, definitely gold bumper!
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I also see a 4" pro comp and 35's in your future...LOL
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It is 2wd. I like it low for the best possible mileage. The main things I looked for when buying the X was the newest 7.3 possible, 2wd, stock, and no rust. I've done the lifted big tire truck deal when I was younger. My plow truck has 33x12.5" tires though.
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my list for today
Ok This may not seem like much, but my mechanical skills are pretty poor and I am new to the diesel:
-Changed the oil/filter - Shell Rotella/Wix
-Changed the fuel filter - Wix
-Changed the Air filter - STP
-Got new 285/75/16 Toyo AT's
-Swapped out 3 shocks Lost the light and was too dark for me to finish (figured 3 hours took 5). Shocks were original. I will finish the last one in the morning. I would have it all done, if I didnt stop for an hour to order some goodies from RiffRaff (ordered the HPx, FRx, 6637, Fumoto valve and a backup CPS)

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Smile My X and I

First all I try take it in to Ford to get an extra key cut and programmed but the service department was closed. Then tried taking it to a eletronic shop to get my new remote starter program, have one remote order another set of keys with remote. Then I took it to Town & Country got an oil change and new air filter 153 bucks, then topped it off with diesel another 78 bucks so pretty much made a tiny dent in the wallet.
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i saved it from moving today since its all clean in the garage and took the expedition out in the rain. haha
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I ejected a spark plug and towed her back home from 50 miles away.
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Found that the roof is starting to peel, so going to sand the area tomorrow and prep for some paint.
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