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My new Mickey Thompson 33x12.50 MTZ's



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Looks killer man!! i think the chrome grill. the mix kinda looks funny. good looking rig tho! throw those tires on!!!!
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only because you asked, i think the red grille looks odd with the chrome headlight bezels. should have painted the bezels or have the grille and bezels chrome.
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Installed the chrome grill yesterday, looks better then the red one.

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Bought some peel and stick from Lowes. Using it as some floor insulation before I put my new carpet in.



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Looking good, of course im partial to red, it reminds me of when my 92 got painted a few years ago. Have you got the valence for the bottom of the front bumper?
Mine didn't have one, once I installed it the front end looked alot sleeker IMO.
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Please , please post the pics of the wheel and tire combo mounted. I think after looking for some time now I have found what I want. I like your choice of tire and wheel. Very interested in fit and clearance as well as look. Please post some pics of the wheels and tires mounted when you do it. Are you waiting for all the other stuff to get finished first?
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Please , please post the pics of the wheel and tire combo mounted. I think after looking for some time now I have found what I want. I like your choice of tire and wheel. Very interested in fit and clearance as well as look. Please post some pics of the wheels and tires mounted when you do it. Are you waiting for all the other stuff to get finished first?

I was waiting until I get the front end aligned and the Redhead steering box put in. Steering box is done now just need the front aligned

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Looking good, of course im partial to red, it reminds me of when my 92 got painted a few years ago. Have you got the valence for the bottom of the front bumper?
Mine didn't have one, once I installed it the front end looked alot sleeker IMO.
No I'm not going to mount the valence.

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Bought this heavy duty bumper from a guy on Craigslist. It's suppose to be for a F-150 and/or Bronco. But I don't like to way it looks on my truck so I'll probably just sell it and buy a new Chrome step bumper.




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You ever thought about putting the bronco II horses in those fender holes?
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I also own a sport. It was way to much red for me. Did the same as you also I used a f150 tail gate trim off of a XLT. No key Hole
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I also own a sport. It was way to much red for me. Did the same as you also I used a f150 tail gate trim off of a XLT. No key Hole
Nice! We all have the red sports so maybe we can share how to de-red them haha. I like that tailgate cover! Ever thought about trying to put the key hole there?

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I also own a sport. It was way to much red for me. Did the same as you also I used a f150 tail gate trim off of a XLT. No key Hole
Cool, I was thinking about doing that too

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You ever thought about putting the bronco II horses in those fender holes?
Yes, I tried that, They don't cover all three holes.

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You ever thought about putting the bronco II horses in those fender holes?
Wont' fit




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Crap! There goes that idea haha. What about putting the bronco badge back on and having the horse under it like the power stroke sticker is?

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I have one on mine. Stealth mounted.



Funny thing is, when I'm at a car show the ladies notice it and the guys never do!
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