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Few new truck pics

Truck had zone 5 kit. Just added 4 Coachbuilder shims plus 5100's on first setting. I also put on 20x12 -44 offset rims and some Toyo m/t 37x13.5 tires. I have zero rub and didn't have to any mods to body mount. Fender height now is 47 1/4 to the flares. Just bought Coachbuilder steering kit but not installed yet. Just some info for anybody trying to run a setup like this. Kyle
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Very nice setup, giving me ideas to lighten the old wallet!
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Truck looks awesome!

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Thanks guys. Yea truck definitely lightens the wallet some. Haha
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Now just looking to get retrofit done. Just wondering if I can aim them low enough? Any ideas so I don't blind on coming cars? Thanks

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Looks good. Any side shots in the sunlight?


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Only one I have from the sunny side.
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Welcome fellow jersey boy. There is a manual adjustment for head lights in engine compartment on each light. No need to take front end apart either you can reach them with extension rachet
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That looks really good!
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Thanks For the compliments.
Thanks Lee I didn't know that. I thought the projectors had to be aimed different or something. I don't know much about how they work.
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Added some new tail lights. Fitment was good and only two screws to remove for install. Only chrome left on the truck is the tailgate handle. I think I'm going to try and paint with a rattle can. Does anybody know if you can buy a painted one ? Kyle
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Nice looking truck! I know they make a black handle for the tailgate as that is what is on mine.

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Thanks guys. I guess if I try and paint the handle chrome or black won't be much difference to paint. I thought maybe they sold a white one.
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Just switched out chrome tailgate handle for new black one. I still May paint it white. Looks better then the chrome
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