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Old 12-11-2013, 09:41 AM   #1
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Hey f150 forum I'm a 17 yr old guy and I have a 03 F150 Supercrew White XLT. I bought it for $6000 dollars. I had another 03 F150 Supercrew but brown and a lariat but the front end started falling apart and 4x4 didn't work so I got rid of it and got another one but in mint condition, thats the white one i have now. even though it had 260,000 kilometres on it but I have had it 6 months and its been great. It have already put a trailer brake controller and bed cap and Goodyear wrangler silent armour prograde tires. These tires are great for mud and snow and have no highway noise and are great for towing.

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My truck is in the shop right now getting a couple things done to it -
-fixing exhaust
-chip in windshield getting filled
-thinking about nitto trail grapplers on my stock 16's 265/75/16 my tires are slicked off because I like to give'r everywhere I go
-balancing wheels
-full mechanical inspection
-transmission fluid change and all new seals
-windows won't go up or down blew a fuse
The box cap cargo light broke and the wires touched and shorted out the fuse that runs the windows and brake lights and brake pedal sensor. Getting that all fixed up

Upcoming things to be done:
-levelling kit
-re-paint hood
-fix tailgate(someone hit me with a forklift at work)
-aftermarket intake
-white grill to match white paint with cloud-rider inserts
-LED heads and tails
-white and chrome wheels
-light bar on front bumper

I wouldn't mind if some of you guys have me suggestions on what kind of rims and who makes a good levelling kit for an 03 F150 and where to get a light bar or push bar to put lights on for my front bumper. Will have more pics up soon
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So I haven't updated in awhile because I have been busy over Christmas. Got the truck back from the muffler shop the other day after taking it all over the city dropping it off at shops since I don't have the tools to do the stuff it needed. I live in Saskatchewan and I have a mechanics shop that I always go to because they are honest and always have reasonable prices. It got a mechanical inspection because it was low on tranny fluid and pulled to the right. It got an alignment and after I drove it with the exhaust fixed I realized it had some bad noise coming from the right front. I put it up on a lift and ran it in 4wd and the bearing was shot. All the other ones were ok. Got that done.

Then the tranny was leaking so I got new seals and high performance tranny oil.

Then she went to speedy glass and got a chip repaired. Thought it was beyond repair but they said they could fix it and I can't tell it's there for 62 bucks its whatever.

Then went back to the tranny shop because I disconnected the linkage on the tranny because it wouldn't shift out of the park. So I had to get someone to lay under the truck and shift it into drive/reverse when it had to move.
The reason it wasn't working is because the bed cap light broke and the wires touched and shorted out the fuse that runs the brake pedal sensor and brake lights and windows. So made sure the wires wouldn't touch and got the shop to re-install the linkage because I couldn't figure it out.

Here's some pictures with out the cap because I had to wash the box out.
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So I haven't updated in awhile because I have been busy over Christmas. Got the truck back from the muffler shop the other day after taking it all over the city dropping it off at shops since I don't have the tools to do the stuff it needed. I live in Saskatchewan and I have a mechanics shop that I always go to because they are honest and always have reasonable prices.

It got a mechanical inspection because it was low on tranny fluid and pulled to the right. It got an alignment and after I drove it with the exhaust fixed I realized it had some bad noise coming from the right front. I put it up on a lift and ran it in 4wd and the bearing was shot. All the other ones were ok. Got that done.

Then the tranny was leaking so I got new seals and high performance tranny oil.

Then she went to speedy glass and got a chip repaired. Thought it was beyond repair but they said they could fix it and I can't tell it's there for 62 bucks its whatever.


Then went back to the tranny shop because I disconnected the linkage on the tranny because it wouldn't shift out of the park. So I had to get someone to lay under the truck and shift it into drive/reverse when it had to move. The reason it wasn't working is because the bed cap light broke and the wires touched and shorted out the fuse that runs the brake pedal sensor and brake lights and windows. So made sure the wires wouldn't touch and got the shop to re-install the linkage because I couldn't figure it out.


Here's some pictures with out the cap because I had to wash the box out.
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She looks great...lol
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Sorry bout that selected the wrong file I guess lol whatever.

Does anyone know a great exhaust that won't rust and is really loud I don't care how obnoxious it is
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Straight pipe...no muffler
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But I don't want it to sound like crap, do you think it has enough back pressure with just the stock y pipe
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lots of people do it..so i guess it does.
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I know lots of people do it but a guy I know did it on the same year truck as mine just a super cab not a screw. It spit and sputtered and it was not that loud just kinda gurgled. Is the scab exhaust any different than the screw?
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Got a new grill that's the same color. Will upload pics later
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