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Old 01-17-2009, 10:21 AM
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I actually agree but needed a better option for my long trips to the Mnts instead of the stock wheels and 315's I may put the M/Ts on next week. Between my Exhaust and the tire noise I am proudly politically INcorrect.
 
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All these Excursions are sick. I sometimes wish mine was a 4X4, but I have a hard enough time keeping the two wheel drive acting right.
 
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heres mine.2000 xlt with 6" ranch lift.but i removed the 2" block out back.i know some of you definately wont like it but i like that prerunner look because i have yet to see one in my town like it.dont mind the primer grey because yesterday i just filled in the emblem holes and the rear quarter panel holes.so those will be painted soon.recently ive blacked out the wheels,grille,gas door,and got some black steps thanks to kappysworld
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next thing to come is the lower valence black so if anyone wants the white one then pm me and let me know.all i need is your stock one in exchange.paint is coming soon as well as another 4 1/2" lift
 
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Old 01-18-2009, 04:01 PM
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I enjoy the prerunner look too. I like where you are going with this GR$$N$. So what color are you going to paint your X????
 
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Originally Posted by ppo2 View Post
All nice looking trucks!!! Man I'm drooling....I'm only 5'7 and as is am having a hard time washing my truck. How'd you guys manage or can you even take them to a car wash? Drive Safe,
Dan
I am 5'-6 and built this using scrap lumber, carpet , foam insulation strips and a beer can holder for climbing up and washing and waxing the roof of the Ex.


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Old 01-18-2009, 07:52 PM
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I sure like all the 6" lifts on this thread. However, my 3.5" lift allows me to park my Excursion in the garage. BTW does anyone know where to get a good price on a tire carrier for my 35" spare?

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I am 5'-6 and built this using scrap lumber, carpet , foam insulation strips and a beer can holder for climbing up and washing and waxing the roof of the Ex.

beer can holder.....BRILLIANT!
 
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Originally Posted by dunerunner25 View Post
I enjoy the prerunner look too. I like where you are going with this GR$$N$. So what color are you going to paint your X????
thanks! and i have no idea yet.at first i was going to do a black on top with the window line and audi silver on bottom and split up by a tiny lime green pinstripe.but that'd be some money.so im thinkin about doing a satin black.its different because everyone has either flat or gloss black.but i have no idea at this point in time.still debating
 
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05 Ex 6.0 20x10 37 13.50 wheels ,amp steps
 
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Old 01-21-2009, 10:26 PM
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6" on 2WD

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In the last 12 days the truck has been to South Carolina, Austin and Chicago. With visits home to Dallas in between each one. 5000+ miles. Rode great.
 
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Old 01-22-2009, 08:47 AM
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I'm in the process of thinking out what kind and how much lift. Do any of you tow a travel trailer with these?
 
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:02 AM
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I am glad you asked that because although people will tell you it cant be done with a lifted truck its all about setting it up correctly. My truck is a work horse and as I have a 30' enclosed trailer that will handle over 10k, not to mention I own an equipment rental store and pull heavy loads everyweek. So to answer your question, we have a 32' camper which is a cakewalk.
 
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Old 01-22-2009, 03:47 PM
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HEy jgrijalva1 Nice X!!! All except for the 20's..BRO.
Welcome to the forum!!!! Black socks anyone...
 
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Old 01-22-2009, 06:11 PM
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Thanks Dunerunner25. I bought the truck with those wheels and they are not my favorite ,but will do for now .
 
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Old 01-22-2009, 07:15 PM
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Yeah animal I tow a class 8 racetruck and a 20 foot travel trailer, no hiccups
 

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