Snowman95's Horned Raptor

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    One of the more unique upgrades on my truck would probably be the air system I installed in the winch bay and the truck horns slapped on to spice it up a bit. So let's start this thread off with that and then see what else I can add on later.

    The system is fully equipped with a quick connect for tire inflation/air tools, 480C compressor, 2.5 gallon air tank, pressure gauge, relief valve and horn valve tapped to stock horn power. All wired to the in cab upfitter switches, almost looks factory!

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    This is one BAD ASS system. LOUD
    I got front row seating and I'm still deaf on my left ear..lol
    Nice set up.
     
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    The dead pedal

    Up next we have the dead pedal, gives something for your left foot to do on long drives and to brace yourself when launching off Test Hill at Silver Lake.

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    PIAA 410 Fog Lights

    These fogs were tricky to install and get lined up. You have to make a flat bracket for the inside lights to get

    them mounted out in front of the outer set. Not much room to work in behind the bumper. I also installed a

    custom mud/splash guard on the backside of the lights, nothing special just a bent piece of stainless (laser cut

    and brake press bent, god I love my metal working buds)

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    A pic before the 20" light bar was installed.
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    You can see the bell of one of the horns peeking out in this last pic :).
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    Rigid's 20" light bar

    Fairly standard mod. No need to cut the bumperettes like the instructions say. Just lop off about 1/4" of the mounting bolts on either side of the light.

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    UFO :waytogo:
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    Quick video comparing the stock horn to the air horns

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    Side graphics, SVT vent logo reflective tape and window tint

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    Oh, and front perch mod to middle position. No i'm not high centered here, but close!
     
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    No truck is complete without a custom plate

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    and a blonde ;).

    P.S. Vortex mudflaps cut down one louver.
     
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    DU-HA Storage Unit

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    Custom rear flag mount for hitch

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    Couldn't use this at Silver Lake so I had to make a mount for up front too. Pic of that later if anyone wants to see it.
     

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