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1995 Crew Cab f150 Centurion way too many parts to list 08 f250 6.4-04 f350 6.0-05 vert stang-02 f150 Screw
Don't confuse my personality with my attitude. My personality is who I am, my attitude depends on who you are.
I said I didn't want a diesel (and I'm still not so sure about it) but I paid a good price for my new 2011 f350 xlt. It's a 6.7 powerstroke and has lots of *****. Last weekend I delivered my buddys new trailer to the campground for him and it was a joke, I didn't even realize there was a trailer behind me.
Wondering if there's any way to safely pass the emissions crap assuming I keep it past warranty? It has 50k on it now.
Lots of people eliminate the emissions systems. Fairly safe to do now. Its gonna happen to mine when i eventually trade up. Just appears to be impossible to find a 4 door long box for sale thats a year old.
Here's my project f250. 220k miles lifted, 35's. Dana 60 straight axle swap. Next is paint, tuner and fix the front end a bit.
In the long run, I'll be getting injectors, hpop and a triple disc torque convertor.
Currently driving a 4 door short bed with a tonneau cover, known as my toyota camry.
There is nothing like driving around in a truck with a big lift, when speed bumps are indistinguishable from freshly laid asphalt, and driving over a Miata hardly threatens to spill the coffee in your travel mug.