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    It's not even a question!!!
    It looks great with them on!!!
    GO 4 IT!!!

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    i might go with this bumper cover instead of color matching the bumper like the rendering


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    I think that bumper(above) would look good. But if you wanted to keep the stock one it would look cool if you painted the bottom part and left the chrome middle piece. I love the rims! I also think an aftermarket hood
    would look awesome. Either of the bottom two I like. You are going in a good direction with this truck
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    i like the bottom left, but unfortunatly i would have to get a hole new grill, i kinda like the twin scoop hood also


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    do it, i like the look

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    Go for it man , looks great!
    Life's short... Drive hard!:sign0011:


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    everything looks great but I vote to match the bottom part of the bumper too


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    go for it.....

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    DO IT!! I would say a 2/4 drop will keep it even without going to much to have to worry about going over ramps or speed bumps. I would say get the SS wheels that are just gray and clear coated and powder coat them gunmetal or a dark bronze. As for a hood does the HD still have that little extra bulge like the 01-03 HD trucks have. I would go for a more subdued look but still have a good toughness to it.
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    That would be an absolutely beautiful truck if you did what you showed in the first picture, and use the dual scoop hood. The only problem with that hood is it is fiberglass with a steel reinforced underside, I was looking at buying that exact hood from Good Hoods with the real ram air kit and it came out to $1,200 after shipping and everything. One thing I would add on your truck since your going all "SS" on us, is go ahead and get the SS bumper and get it painted to match. I would also get some kind of insert for your grille too, whether it be Street Scenes SS mesh or maybe a billet insert in 4mm bars. That would set the front of nicely, oh yeah and don't forget about the back of the truck?? SS style rear bumper, with maybe some LED tail lights?? I really hope you do some of the things you have listed, because that would definately be a head turner.
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