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    nice setup bernie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Hey man. Met you with Craig someplace can't recall (gopher dunes?). Damn nice truck man. Got mirrors pm ur #.
    Thanks Jake, I pm u my #. You can school me on these cummins anytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onehoser View Post
    nice setup bernie
    Thanks Tony. What do you have for tow rig? Do you know anyone that has a truck camper?
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    i've got an '03 silverado extended cab with a leer cap with a bunk in it and a tow dolly to haul the jeep with. bought my cap from windmill truck caps in elora, he's got about 1000 new and used caps.

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    Lets me see your set up.

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    i had it set up at road kill last year and will be there again in 2012
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    nice/simple but effective.

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    pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by PRIORITY 4 View Post
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    My Dodge has new Michelins. I ended getting 265/70/17 LTX M/S2 mounted on H2 rims. I love this tires and they are also big$$$$$$$$$... I'm basically back at factory ride hieght. My GPS and speedometer are practically dead on. The truck rides considerably softer than my old BFGs less offset wagon wheels. My truck also stays cleaner now, thanks to the H2 offset it sucks the tires back into wheelwell.

    I'm running 45psi front and 50 rear. On the pictures, tires looks under inflated. Tomorrow I will go back to the tire shop and have them add more nitrogen up 60psi all around. Then I will adjust psi so ride is just firm but not harsh.

    Should I paint the rest of the rims black? Cover with Dodge center caps? Leave it alone?

    I picked up towing mirrors. Got me back up camera for X-mas.

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    Where did u get your tow mirrors from? been looking for a set for my CTD but everyone wants BIG$$$ for them

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    just read ur whole post, Nice build, gave me some good ideas!!! where did u pick up the BHAF from? did u notice a difference with it on there?
    Just do it until it breaks, then fix it and try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LooKin4MUD View Post
    Where did u get your tow mirrors from? been looking for a set for my CTD but everyone wants BIG$$$ for them

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    just read ur whole post, Nice build, gave me some good ideas!!! where did u pick up the BHAF from? did u notice a difference with it on there?
    Hey Lookin, tow mirrors are used. I payed $150 from one of the members. I feel your pain shopping for good price. I was going to buy new from a shop in Fergus, delivered to my door was just over 300 buks. It was still cheaper than LMC pricing. I will pm u his # if your interested.

    I got my BHAF at truck repair shop locally. Shop around, pricing varies on brands ie Fleetguard or Baldwin. I payed $45 I think they are Fleetguard. I will look for part #s for you.

    I think the truck geting better milage, you can hear your motor breathing more. It also just look bad AZZ. I like mods that are plug n play.

    Post pics of your CTD, year?

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    BHAF brands and #s

    Baldwin PA2820
    Fleetguard AH19037
    Napa 2790
    Wix 42790
    Just to name a few. I'm running fleetguard, like I said they were $45. Baldwin was going to cost more but I think they are exactly the same filters.

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