Discussion in 'OPEN TRUCK DISCUSSION' started by PenguinLTZ, May 23, 2009.
The only thing I've done to mine was give it a tune.
Street Scene mirrors, roll pan, smooth steps
Snugtop lid (with carpet)
HD upper and lower grilles
Street Scene "hidden" trailer hitch
Chickenears under hood billet
Clear corner lights
Interior black carpet
Dual gauge pod with Autometer gauges
UPR billet window switches & a/c knobs
ASM billet door locks
Harley F150 pedals
Pro Car race seats
Pioneer double din
Suspension and Wheels/Tires
Belltech 3/4 drop kit
Hotchkis/Bilsteins front shocks
QA1 drag shocks rear
JDM 58" traction bars
Hotchkis sway bar
20" Eagle Alloy wheels
275/45/20 Hankook tires
Stock long block
stage 4 ported and polished eaton
6lb lower pulley / stock upper pulley
Billetflow 90mm & (2)100mm idlers
cobra water pump
Dual 255 pumps
95mm Air Meter
AFCO heat exchanger
EGR block off
Dynatech Supermaxx L/T
JDM silver bullet catback
PI 2600 stall convertor
Detroit tru-track 3.73
Black powdercoated 12" Bulletproof Suspensions lift sitting in my garage; ordered from Trick Trucks
40x15.5r20 Toyo MTs just ordered this morning while I'm killing time here at work
Now I'm looking for the part number for Fox 2.5 remote resi coilovers for up front that will work with the lift kit without using the spacers that come with the kit (I want all shocks). I'm doing the reseach so I can get the best deal possible. (Doing this helped me save over $300 on the Bulletproof Suspensions lift)
I also have to decide what to do about wheels. I love my MotoMetal 909s but they are only 9" wide and don't come in anything wider. If I keep them I will powdercoat them black. Otherwise I need to find a wider black wheel.
I don't know when I'll get around to doing all this; I've been working 70 to 80 hours a week BUT the plan is to get it all done within the next few months. I still need to assess some other things like the rear end springs and shocks. I might be able to solve this with a bigger block. My Fox emulsion shocks in the rear may not be long enough either and I'll have to cut off and remount the bump stops.
Nice! Good to see you, RIV.
Keep 'em comin' guys
Come on guys, it is the name of the site, after all
I for one would like to see what everybody has done to their trucks
My list is humble, but I'm happy with the overall look of my truck. Need to do some de badging, add a Freddy Low grille maybe. I've got some mud tires I picked up for when the Toyos wear out. I'm thinking it's time for some performance mods, but I ain't sure where to start, outside of a tune.
I just installed a Denali cluster. I sold my last one to and regretted it ever since. Finally found another one.
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