Discussion in 'Street Trucks' started by cruisincali, October 12, 2007.
Nice truck X-Ray!! Love that hood-your glass skills are amazing.
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took a couple quick pics today
and with the lights on, note this is not when the brake is applied, there is NO reason i should get a ticket for it ever again! these things are BRIGHT and the reverse is useful too
heres s video link I took a few days ago.
My 2001 Limited is a work in progress, but here is a sneak peek at my rollers: 22x10.5 Hamann PG3's
HaMann those are nice and I dont dig "tall wheels" that much...
Appreciate it. This is my 2nd Explorer and I plan on taking my time with it.
this is saddening were are the first gens on rims
Do you like? A first Gen it iz!!!
I prefer the wheels in chrome but the black is almost as nice. Really Dig the black paint on the lower part of the Grille!!!! Never seen that before. Roof looks different and good too. Very Unique Ex. Always like seeing something different if its done in a good way. Any pics of the paint process on the roof/grill? Assume Wheels powdercoated?
NO sir it is actually called PLASTI-DIP comes in a spray can it can be removed with NO residue. I can peel all the flat black off in about an hour or so and be back to stock. Total cost was 50$ the paint is super easy to apply. Also i only did 1-2 coats on everything so i could remove it if i didnt like it, but i think i may go back over about 5-6 coats for a more durable and permanent finish!
Whats this bumper off of?
that's the original bumper on an XLS
This is before, don't have any pictures of what I have now.
Better late than never, I guess.
Old Mustang Bullitt 17x8's:
New 20x8, 20x10 Foose Nitrous:
Morgan's old 17x9 crawler rims on 35" MTZ's that I dearly miss:
And this is what I'm thinking of running on Jack for the next time around, but I have yet to find them in 22's:
WoW I dig those Foose wheels, they must have cost a pretty penny!
foose speedster 20' rims
goodyear wrangler hp p245/50 r20
my first message here
22" 9,5 - 295x30x22 - 1" spacer.
Do you remember the offset on the Foose Nitrous?
I'm wonder abt to put 275/60/17x8.5 on my 04 explorer eddie bauer (245/65/17 stock) v6....will it fit my truck without lifted? And is it look kind of off road with all-terrain tires?? Give me some ideas guys...thanks
I'll bump this with some shots of the new shoes on my Ex.
First generation 18x8 Roush wheels. 265/60/18 BFG Long Trails. These were an extra set I have for my '98 Roush Mustang that were sitting in boxes. Found the tires free on CraigsList, so I figured I'd see how they worked out.
The ones I want
I don't have them, but these are the ones I'd like. They're from a 2011 Taurus. Not sure of the width, so...
Dude I love those rims, the look really good on your sport. Congrats