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I'm getting the "look" from the boss everytime I talk about getting another truck; she likes our current one and has trouble processing my reasons for wanting another. In case you haven't seen it yet
I would like to see pics of similar trucks with 35's and front and rear aftermarket bumpers (Ranch Hand or similar) and a headache rack. White, of course would be great, but any color is fine so long as it is the same cab and bed. If (a big one at this point) a new ride is out and I have to keep mine I would like an idea of what it might look like.
I have a huge upgrade list waiting at home, just don't know if I want to put it into this truck. Maybe this will make the decision a little easier.
2008 3500 QUAD LARAMIE LB 4X4 Retired USN 1990-2010
CSP5/AutoCal,tuned by Ryan; Overdrive; Bully Dog 40402; Autometer trans temp; Sinister EGR/cooler delete; CCV breather; Shibby delete plugs; Fumoto; 5100's; Custom Diesel box brace; Diesel Max tank vent kit; Putco in-channel vent visors; Husky floor liners; dash cover; shimmed FRV; EBC Ultimax with 7100 green pads; modded HE351CW; Flo-Pro HX40 downpipe; oem 3rd gen mani; stainless studs; AFE Stage 2 XP CAI; fully welded exhaust; used SS muffler;
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