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4" BDS air ride lift with Fox rears
35" Toyo R/T's
Iron Cross HD steps
17" Level 8 w/ -12 offset
Ceramic tint on all windows/windshield
Retrax bed cover
LED headlight and interior/exterior lighting conversion

HemiFever/Diablo Trinity PCM and tuner on its way.

Goes in this week for the Road Armor prototype, so we'll see how that goes!
 

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This thing is going to look lethal after that Road Armor gets installed on there. Loving everything about this build.
 

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Others have put the BDS 4" lift in Rebels, but had to disable and remove the air suspension components, at least some of them. At the time, the air suspension was the only issue. Guys that did it claimed it still rode well, and they got that extra lift with it, and were able to run 35" (and maybe 37" ?) tires just fine.

Semper Fi, btw.
 

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Everything functions fine/like factory, just 4" higher.

Got the Road Armor prototype on today! Couldn't resist putting the D2XL's on at their warehouse. I plan on face mounting the winch and putting on a 30" bar (also has tabs for a 20" on top of the prerunner bar) on Monday.
 

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A few more pics from a recent hunting trip to the ranch...
 

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I really like the switch panel. Nice us of the basically useless storage space. PLus the cup holder lights look sweet. Is the switch panel something you made or bought?
 

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That switch panel does look really good. If you did make that, where did you get the buttons from if you don't mind me asking ?
 

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I really like the switch panel. Nice us of the basically useless storage space. PLus the cup holder lights look sweet. Is the switch panel something you made or bought?
I made it... its ABS with matte silver wrap that's similar to the dash color. It took a while, and if I had it to do again, I'd use magnets versus screws to hold it in place for cleanliness.
 

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This is looking crazy man, love the way the rack looks on the bed, adds towards the overall aggression of the truck.

But in reference to you're Oracle remark, just being curious, why is it the only product you would buy from them. Of course I'm assuming that you've had bad product experiences with them but just wondering what with directly. I've always said I was going to buy their products but never got around to it. Like their color shift halos and light bars and what not.
 

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This is looking crazy man, love the way the rack looks on the bed, adds towards the overall aggression of the truck.

But in reference to you're Oracle remark, just being curious, why is it the only product you would buy from them. Of course I'm assuming that you've had bad product experiences with them but just wondering what with directly. I've always said I was going to buy their products but never got around to it. Like their color shift halos and light bars and what not.
I've tried MULTIPLE halos from them and have built several sets of retrofit lights, and I've had the worst luck with dead LED's in a very short time. I would suggest joining the FB group "Headlight Junkies" and searching Oracle... lots of similar experiences. I'd steer you towards Morimoto products from The Retrofit Source or RGBW's from Superbright LED's.
 
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