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Old 02-23-2011, 01:12 AM   #1
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What's up fellas. I'm a long time F150 owner first time F150 forum member.
I've owned a 2000 XLT 4x4 quad cab, lifted with a 4" Rancho lift with 35' on 17s. Can't find any side pics of that one in this computer.
My second one was an 06' FX4 with a 6" coil over Fabtech lift with 35' on 17s. Put a pic of that one in my album. (Still figuring loading photos to this site)
In December I sold the 06 for a 2010, drove it till the odometer hit 800 miles and couldn't wait any longer to lift it. The 2010 has a 6" Pro Comp coil overs with 20" KMC Monsters and 37" Toyo muds. I've enjoyed lurking over the forum since I was in the market to buy the 10'. I figured I'd join and share some pics.
The 2010 isn't missing a single option from Ford, but still need to get an Edge tuner, K&N intake and some Flows and it will be finished. Interested in any input on tuners and intake.
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Nice Ride. Love the ProComp but went with the 35" Tires. Loose much power with the 37" tires ? And are ya going to re gear or are they fine with them 37"s.
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I'm gonna put a tuner on it soon as I figure out which is the best one. Then after it has that, intake and exhaust i'll decide whether to re-gear, but I doubt it. My 06' had all of that previously mentioned parts and it ran real good with 35's. I think this one will be close to the same.
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I think that I am going to go with the Edge programmer myself
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I think that I am going to go with the Edge programmer myself
That's what I had on my 06' and it made it considerably faster.
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That is a good looking truck....Love the wheel/tire combo. You know what else would look mean is some N-Fab step up bars. Good job so far.
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mean set up you got there! haven't seen anyone do 37s on a 6" lift
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I'd personally skip the cold air intake. Pretty much useless unless you're planning on getting some proper tuning done.
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That is a great looking truck.
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bad *** truck!!
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