Here are a few other pics. Sorry the pics of the lights are blurry. I'll get new ones later. There are 9 lights in the bumper, 5 of which are still incandesant. Soon almost all the lights on the truck will be L.E.D.s. The fog lights are 100 watt off-road driving lights. We are going to rebuild the visor to hold 7 of the same L.E.D. lights as the bumper. We also have some very cool round L.E.D. turn signals and light sticks to put on the truck yet. I'd also like to see some under-body neon. Who knows.
Below the changer and eq is the Midland 79-290 CB transciever. Its a fully digital citizen's band radio with the prgramming set for a full five 40-channel CB bands (A through E for those who know this stuff) and the 10-meter HAM radio system. Its also opened to run USB, LSB and FM. In the multiband CB mode, the channel 9 button shifts the bands. To switch into or out of the extended CB bands, press and hold channel 9 and dx while turning the unit on (I think thats right). Also, the fact that you can remove the face is rather nifty. It leaves only the knobs and mic in the truck. Below that is the Midland Beartracker multichannel scanner. It can pickup all the stnadard frequincy police, fire and emergency channels and beeps when there is a priority police transmitter within 3 miles. It can also be programmed with personal channel setting and can pick up CB and 10-meter HAM.
As far as modifications go, we've made a few. We've added the CAT ID display unit that shows us things like turbo boost pressure, average and instant millage per gallon, unit hours, fuel flow rate and temperature, speed and cruse setting, and various millage stats for drivers and states. Also, we added straight 6" exhause flariing from the top of the elbows. Also, the louvered Freightliner logo on the hood, and Classic XL rock guards below the headlights. We put on double-headlight visors over the lights and the bumper is a aftermarket piece manufactured custom for us. The steps are moved back from the most outward position using all three mounting holes, back to using the inner 2 holes and this lines them up with the steps on the fuel tanks. The sign boards are 3/8" Lexan and are held to the upper fuel tank step on each side but 3 1/4 x 20 thread bolts allowing them to be removed for cleaning. Soon to follow are full fenders for the rear axles and more lights. Maybe some Rockford and Alpine logos, an Alpine alarm, more lights, chrome and more lights. I'll add some better pics to the page in a week or two. I promise they will be taken during the day also.