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Re: Alludc's ... "less stinky than Skunkd's" Altitude build

Love your truck! Did you run into any troubles installing the Mopar Rock Rails?
How are your tires on the road/highway?


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Love your truck! Did you run into any troubles installing the Mopar Rock Rails?
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no doubt about it, the mopar rails are a PITA for install. Apparently even more so on 14s and 15s. However, the mopar instructions showed 2 book hours for install, so I let the dealer do it. hahaha...8.5hrs later it was done. They hate me.

im very happy with my tires for daily driving. lil loud, at low speeds but not unreasonable at all. when properly aired, nice ride even though a LT 8ply tire. crazy good when offroad.
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Sweet build.

What did you use to blackout the rear fogs?
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What did you use to blackout the rear fogs?
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the lower reflectors and upper brake light have a dark laminx film. the tails themselves were recently done in an actual window tint (im pretty sure) by my vinyl shop
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the lower reflectors and upper brake light have a dark laminx film. the tails themselves were recently done in an actual window tint (im pretty sure) by my vinyl shop
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I was curious because I ordered the laminx film for the lower reflectors and wondered if it would cover it completely
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I will be debuting a new WK2 product tonight in the interior/exterior/visual part of the forum. stay tuned.
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woops, had a lil issue with the fabricator. DAMMIT!!! youll have to wait a bit longer, sorry. I jinxed myself
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woops, had a lil issue with the fabricator. DAMMIT!!! youll have to wait a bit longer, sorry. I jinxed myself
Lol, oh damn, better late then never I guess.
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Nudge bar, Recovery Hooks, Front Sump Skid, Transmission skid. First and foremost, Chiefs customer service and shipping were fantastic. It certainly didnt hurt that they offer a US customer discount to help cover costs of shipping from Australia, until they open their US Distribution center in Summer of 2016.
-The shipping packaging was incredible. Seems like somethin you wouldnt care about, but when you open your goodies....youll be happy with their attn to detail. (pic attached).
- Online instructions were perfect and got me through the basic installs without a problem.
- The parts themselves are clearly high quality. Opting for the heavy duty stuff was a great choice as Ive really been rough on them thus far. The protection spacers that go around the bolts is an incredible idea and a very cool look.
**Looking fwd to their US Distribution center opening!! Seems like lots of exciting parts in the works.
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