gmc00z

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Went ahead and put the limiteds on just to see how it would look as the Limiteds weren't offered in Sterling grey. This is stock suspension and 305/40 Chinese specials the previous owner had. Debating whether to just get the curb rash fixed first and roll it in OEM finish or Powdercoat them right off the bat.IMG_20170311_171410482.jpg IMG_20170311_171439269_HDR.jpg
 
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Huck

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I love that OEM finish. If you have to powder them, I'd stay with the brightest silver at least cuz that looks awesome against the grey

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gmc00z

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Shop did a hell of a job fixing thes curb rash as well as the finish on the wheels. Scooped up a set of 305/45 terra grapplers for stupid cheap that can easily last me another 30k miles. Ideally id like a larger tire, i.e 285/50 but tire selection is limited and weight jumps substantially when going to the LT/10ply sizes plus no true need for them. These will have to do for now.
Now just a retune as ive been on the stock tune for over a year now and its depressing.
 

Big Tex

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I really dig the new f150s. Even with the stock 20s. Need more pics

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gmc00z

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Nah it was 24k at the max of my range and had 65k miles and no 6.2 was a 5.0L


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I was referring to your vmax. The higher trim levels definitely hold their value. BIL picked up a '15 Plat Eco with ~30k a year or so back for just shy of $40k.
Pretty sure the 5.0L has the same amount of horsepower as the 6.2L


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very comparable IMO atleast in that year. Think they made a few adjustments now where there's a 40-50hp and tq difference.