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2012 F250 FX4 Lariat

I bought this truck last year.
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2012 F250 Superduty, Crew Cab Lariat, FX4
Icon 4.5 Stage III Lift, Deaver rear Leaf pack 4" block, Bushwacker flares, 18x9 eagle alloy 197 wheels, Amp steps, 36x13 Toyo M/T 315/70 r18 E rated tires, Recon head lights, 20" Rigid Light bar, two 6" light bars, Smittybuilt M1 Bumper, Smittybuilt 15,000lb H2O winch, R2 Mesh Grille by Royalty Core, Paint to match surround







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Old 07-04-2013, 02:20 PM
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Latest things added

this is after the lights and grille



I had the logo on the grille but latter decided to remove it



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I'm likin' that smittybuilt bumper. It is a 15k hydraulic winch? Does it run off the powersteering pump?

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I'm likin' that smittybuilt bumper. It is a 15k hydraulic winch? Does it run off the powersteering pump?

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It is a Smittybilt X2O 15 Winch ... it was within my budget!!
http://www.smittybilt.com/product/index/155.htm
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Ok so for those just looking around. This was my 2008 F150. which I hated to unload but I needed to haul my new toys!


I worked hard and spent way to much to get this look. It was hard to get rid of it. A great truck.

but the new Super Duty has been just as good.



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Quite a transformation... Well Done...
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thank you
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It is a Smittybilt X2O 15 Winch ... it was within my budget!!
http://www.smittybilt.com/product/index/155.htm
Ahhhh, saw "H20" in your first post and thought water substituted for hydraulic. Was gonna ask next then if you went of the powersteering pump or a PTO. I have enough electric winches that I was ready to try a hydro for my '08 when I get around to it.

Looks good on the beach!

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[QUOTE=Looks good on the beach!

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The photo's were at the desert (Glamis)


http://www.glamisdunes.com/index.php
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