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Old 04-27-2011, 08:34 PM
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awesome truck! have you considered a roll pan? its probly too late for it but they pretty good on the superdutys
 
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Old 04-27-2011, 08:56 PM
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Nice Truck man! I'm a up in the air truck guy but done this well it looks awesome, I was digging the fender vents but I guess that would have messed up the flame job. You going UPS brown or some kind of rootbeer metallic?
 
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Old 04-29-2011, 01:57 AM
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awesome truck! have you considered a roll pan? its probly too late for it but they pretty good on the superdutys
Its never too late, but if the front has a bumper I think it looks better if the rear has a bumper too.
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Nice Truck man! I'm a up in the air truck guy but done this well it looks awesome, I was digging the fender vents but I guess that would have messed up the flame job. You going UPS brown or some kind of rootbeer metallic?
Yea those vents are HUGE, so they would take away from the flames along with the handles ( I really didnt want to shave the handles when this project started ). Lifted trucks are cool, but I dont have a garage that would allow one to fit!
It is going to be a metallic brown, pretty close to UPS brown.
 
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:15 AM
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looking good bud
 
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Painted the engine bay finally this weekend. Will have some pics soon.
 
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Old 06-07-2011, 11:57 AM
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Engine bay painted and engine back in...

 
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Old 07-02-2011, 06:07 PM
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It's looking good.
 
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Wow, just went through this entire thread. That's one helluva truck!

Ever since I subscribed to Truckin' magazine, I've been growing more appreciative of lowered and slammed trucks. And what makes this one better, is that it's a Ford! Been growing tired of seeing dominantly Chevy's being used for the extreme custom projects...

Drive this one for UPS one day for some "Express Delivery" service.
 
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:51 PM
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Thanks Mr. Hopefully one day it will be in Truckin!

Not keeping the stock grill, billet or mesh?????????

 
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I like the mesh better.
 
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Yea I am leaning towards the mesh. Picked up an old Street Trucks mag and saw one of their project trucks had one that was color matched.
So will have to see what it looks like with the black on brown.
 
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Always love to see updates in this thread!

I think it would look cool to change the top of the grill so that:

SUPER DUTY

reads:

EXCURSION

I'd say you have the fab skills to pull that off
 
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Always love to see updates in this thread!

I think it would look cool to change the top of the grill so that:

SUPER DUTY

reads:

EXCURSION

I'd say you have the fab skills to pull that off
Thats already in the works. just have to figure out how to fill the letters without them cracking. But instead of Excursion, I want to put Bigg Brown in the superduty style letters.
 
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