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Old 04-28-2016, 08:37 PM   #11
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Join Date: Apr 2016
Location: Southern California
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Year: 2002
Chassis: e450 super duty
Engine: 7.3l ford powerstroke
Thanks, pictures and video will come soon. I get my cast off tomorrow, and soon as I get check for my totaled vehicle from insurance it's on. I had 6k lighting in my taco when I had her I loved them. but I am all for trying new lighting.


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Jeeps are fun.. ive built a few... ive owned 8 of them over the years...

owned a lot of hotrods too.. fun stuff..

but I wanted something different.. so a school bus it is!!

I love your build ideas.. cant wait to watch you start putting this together!!!
except for the 6000K lights... I had them on my last jeep and they were way too blue.. 4500K gave me the greatest lighting distance and least amount of oncoming traffic flashing me for lights that were too bright..

-Christopher
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Old 04-29-2016, 09:16 AM   #12
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Why the lift kit and all the off road stuff if you're not making it a 4X4?
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Old 04-29-2016, 09:35 AM   #13
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4x4 is just not neccessary for my application its atound 15k for the setup i no i say im not on a budget but thats way outa price range. im not ruleling it out for later on down the road but. this will be my full time home i dont want to destroy it 4x4in somewere.
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Why the lift kit and all the off road stuff if you're not making it a 4X4?
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Old 04-29-2016, 10:13 AM   #14
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wit hthe right weight distribution, drivetrain and tires.. theres a ton of places you can go without needing 4x4...

even out "wheeling" in my jeep there were many days that my 4x4 was turned off more than it was on...

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