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Old 03-13-2014, 07:53 PM   #1881
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Koch did try to charge me $570 when it was done, but I whipped out my buddies receipt and said i am not paying any more than that and they adjusted it to match. Granted, when I called the accessories group to book, I had them look up his invoice number to confirm they would honor his pricing in the first place. I was a bit surprised but they still changed it to what they initially agreed to.

if you do call Koch, ask for Courtney in accessories and have them look up invoice # AE03265 (mine) or invoice # AE03517 (my buddies). They are both priced at $486.65 installed after tax. Good luck! this is a pretty sweet feature, i wish it had a bit more features in the app (temp, climate and actual location vs just a panic button), but being OEM, I am not surprised it doesn't.
Thanks Ian, because of your info I am now booked in to get this done!
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Had the remote access added to my truck today. So far it works well. I like that if you press and hold the start button once its running it doubles your timer... so the truck in my instance will run for the full half hour instead of 2 15 minute starts. That's a nice touch. Spent all day in the truck. Almost lost it at a hotel as a Raptor owner of all things dinged my drivers door. Luckily it looks as though it was only paint transfer from hers to mine and no dent. Of course in the dark it looked chipped so I left a note for the Raptor owner to call me...I mean the truck had like 300 km on it at this point. She called and apologized for her supposed daughters actions... or maybe it was her kid. Either way I parked off in nowhere where we had tons of space... no need to park on top of me... but people just don't give a damn. At least the truck survived unscathed.
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Old 03-15-2014, 12:49 AM   #1883
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Badass, did you see me wave out my window when I passed Ardmore today? You probably didn't. I'll honk my horn twice next time.
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Old 03-15-2014, 01:44 AM   #1884
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I'm a couple hundred kilometers away so.... um..... yes? Lol. Too much time putting miles on. Over 2000 kilometers in the last 2 days.
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Thanks Ian, because of your info I am now booked in to get this done!
good to hear, you will love it. Just that piece of mind where if you forgot to lock the truck (or think you did) and can fix it without having to get back into key range!
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I think I'm going to sell my Rigid Dually Flood pair. Anyone here interested? Figured I would give my Alberta friends a chance before putting them up for sale in the classifieds section. Message me if you're interested.
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So 6.2's are horrid on gas huh.... lol. Now I know I will get the you reset it on a hill thing but that was my actual mileage average after resetting the thing at Clyde Corner and driving to my home out side Ardmore. 220 km respectively of hilly road. What did I do? Drive the speed limit.... which on Highway 28 is borderline a hazard. I have to go get gas and figure it manually but that was the lie o meters reading. The truck still has 3/4 of a tank according to the gauge and I drove probably 60 km or so much more spiritedly before the reset on this tank. Even if its half a liter off in the worse direction I have zero complaints.
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That's about what I get with my 6.2 too. I can't complain about the mileage.
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So 6.2's are horrid on gas huh.... lol. Now I know I will get the you reset it on a hill thing but that was my actual mileage average after resetting the thing at Clyde Corner and driving to my home out side Ardmore. 220 km respectively of hilly road. What did I do? Drive the speed limit.... which on Highway 28 is borderline a hazard. I have to go get gas and figure it manually but that was the lie o meters reading. The truck still has 3/4 of a tank according to the gauge and I drove probably 60 km or so much more spiritedly before the reset on this tank. Even if its half a liter off in the worse direction I have zero complaints.
Exactly.

With the cruise set on just a touch over 100 (about 105) I easily get 12L/100km, sometimes even better if there aren't many hills. The best I ever got was 10.9L/100km on a trip from home to Bonnyville.

Last summer I hand calculated my fuel economy on three consecutive fill ups and that came out to around 12.37L/100km each time.

I'm happy with those results.

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I have the black sidesteps off my fx4 SCrew up for super cheap. Off a brand new truck and if you are from this forum its $75... local pickup only.


2013 FX4 F150 Step bars for crew cab,
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