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Old 04-07-2007, 01:09 PM   #1
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I'm 30 an I just purchased a 06 xlt super crew 4x4! I have some plan instore for the truck,grill,intake, exh,rims an tires.
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Old 04-07-2007, 07:47 PM   #4
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Seems to be a great site, Tons of good info on here to help me along with my mods to my truck!
Anyone see a forum post on lowering a 4x4 supercrew, seems like the 3/5 lowering kit with set of 22s is idea. I like the Chip foose truck stance!!!! I don't go off rd...lol
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Some have just removed their blocks in on the rear axle. It levels the truck and looks good with some 22s. Plus it's pretty much a free mod other than a couple little things like some new U-bolts and maybe something else.
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I like to have maybe 1-2 inches of fenderwell space , 22s with 305/40/22 I know the dia of these are about 31 in since that's what I had on my Navigator.
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Welcome to the site, lets see some pics of the truck.
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yeah I'll get some pics up soon. I love the way ur truck looks wxmcpo but that would not be feasable for me since i drive bout 100 miles a day. I'm sure the tires are loud an they wear out fast? Gas mileage? Plus I never use 4x4.
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Does the new intake system replace the big *** box that's on top of the intake now. where does the air flow sensor go on the new intake?
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the MAF goes in the intake tube.
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