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So far I’ve done led light bars, brush bumper rock lights, fuel wheels and nittos, corsa xtreme exhaust, spyder headlights, aftermarket taillights (no clue what they are), and a k&n intake. What other mods are recommended?
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I recommend items that are far more neccessary than the "bling" or "flair" that you done so far. One item is an oil separator for the passenger side. The most popular one is the JLT. Another item is the B&M transmission oil dipstick assembly.
 

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mods depend on your goal with the truck. show truck, race truck, grocery getter... recommendations are better when you know what you want to do with your truck. oil air separators are nice bc they keeping intake track cleaner. imo the jlt of way over priced for what it is. compared to some universal ones, u end up paying close to $100 for oem connectors. some aftermarket diff cover are bad designs, most oem covers are rounded and not squared to allow the oil to freely move around the gears. the raptors diff is splash lubed so their is a purpose to the shape of the cover. tunes nice mods but dont expect huge gains on a stock truck with simple bolt ons.
 

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mods depend on your goal with the truck. show truck, race truck, grocery getter... recommendations are better when you know what you want to do with your truck. oil air separators are nice bc they keeping intake track cleaner. imo the jlt of way over priced for what it is. compared to some universal ones, u end up paying close to $100 for oem connectors. some aftermarket diff cover are bad designs, most oem covers are rounded and not squared to allow the oil to freely move around the gears. the raptors diff is splash lubed so their is a purpose to the shape of the cover. tunes nice mods but dont expect huge gains on a stock truck with simple bolt ons.
On the diff covers, just the opposite. Tests show squared shaped doesn't circulate the oil as well as the curved style. If considering a diff cover, might as well get one that is functional, one that is girdled, rather than one that is just bling.

The JLT comes with hoses and fittings. Complete ready to install. No "$100 for OEM connectors" to buy.
 
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