Trick Out Your Truck – A Flare for New Shoes
My wife has a flair for new shoes and so does our vintage RPM F-250 hauler. Four flares to be exact, but only one set of new shoes. If you have been following the Trick Out Your Truck tech in RPM over the last several months, you have witnessed the transformation of the 2000 Ford F-250 from a stock truck with a hand held programmer to a high performance tow machine with new found power from the Edge Products CTS programmer, Snow Performance water methanol injection and MBRP 5-inch stainless steel turbo back exhaust. Then we started bringing the old rig’s looks into the new millennium with front and rear ICI Magnum bumpers, Vision X 4-inch LED driving lights, 21-inch LED off road light bar and flush mount LED back up lights, new headlights, taillights, 3rd brake light and tailgate light strip from IPCW and a blacked out grille from Status. We saved the last step in the appearance upgrade for the part that is usually first for most truck owners. It is finally time for new wheels and tires and some cool fender flares to bring it all together.
Back in 2000, auto manufacturers weren’t putting 20- inch wheels on anything except tractor trailers. The 16-inch wheels that came on old red were premium back then… Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
Read more stories like this at www.rpmmag.com