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Old 10-17-2012, 02:25 AM   #31
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if my truck was a daily driver would i still want the 4.56? i thought the 4.10s would put me back to stock gearing if i get 35s. i dont need to rock crawl or tow much weight. most i tow is a atv/quad or a snowblower weight.


if anyone has any input or thoughts please lmk
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Old 10-17-2012, 06:30 PM   #32
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Mine is a dual purpose rig n I went with 4.56 because if u do any offroading you will want them cuz 4.10 feel kinda sluggish with 35s shop I've been told
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:17 PM   #33
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plasti dipped the grill and front chrome today. heres the results took a few pics along the way to share with you guys.

barley need to tape things off this plasti dip is amazing.

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peels perfect around the logo

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painted right over the lights. remeber to spray light coats. the more layers you spray the easier it is to remove in one piece. instead of picking at thiner layers. stuff last awhile i had it on my old saab through the winter and summer. we will see how long it last on a f150

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dirty under the hood. but some engine degreaser should do the trick. thats on tomorrows list if weather is on my side

tell me if you like it black . does it look better?
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Old 03-06-2013, 10:02 PM   #34
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switching up the build a bit.


i want to lower it now. it will be much cheaper and i want a lower truck now.

i saw my cousins harley f150 and i want it to be the same height.

what do i need to do to accomplish that?

3" front 4" rear?

could i crank t bars but loose? to lower front? how about the rear?
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