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Old 02-10-2014, 08:01 PM   #1
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I am new to the forum and learned a few things from being on here. Just bought my 2011 f150 on Dec 29 2013 have found that the lft rear speaker was blown but of course was after i signed all papers and has no warranty left and dought they will warranty it. So what i have decided was to install new front door speakers with Rockford Fosgate p165 55 watts rms just off of factory radio for now and maybe later install 4 channel amp. I am gonna try to fit these where factory door speakers sit without changing grill setup. Also planing to buy a set of 8 inch rockfords for rear door speakers and redoing the grill to a pod that will be a sealed enclosure. Then eventually installing a 10 under the rear seat after to upgrade the factory JUNK. I have a few pics of what i just purchased from slamazon. Wonderful place that is ! Hopefully gonna install this weekend. Would do this sooner but we are expecting 4 to 10 inches of snow here in the southeast ( quick everybody to the store and buy all the bread and milk, ROTFLMAO , speaking sarcastically. ) Tyats alot of snow to them around here. I am gonna post pics of what i got and how the install goes i will post those pics later. Also bought connectors from slamazon and will see if they fit the factory connections as of right now i have to cut the old connections off and install new ones to fit the fosgates. Like i said i will report back after this weekend to let you all know how it went. Gonna take one of the fron factory speakers and install in rear door then untill i get the 8's. Also the new speakers came with some adapters that will hopefully heed in helping the install.
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Old 02-10-2014, 08:08 PM   #2
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Picture of my 11 silver screw. Bought this truck after having a 2001 Explorer Sport Trac for 12 years. Also installed led lights in the front of my side mirrors will get picture soon !
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Old 02-10-2014, 08:23 PM   #3
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Nice, is it 4x4?
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Nice, is it 4x4?
No dont have a use for the 4x4 but this snow may prove me wrong .
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Default the start of our 4 to 10 inches of snow

Woo hoo will upload pic later
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Default Todays Snow Storm is better

Was out driving in the snow we are having thought to post a pic of me driving in it in my 2x2 with traction control had very little problems never went over 3 gear aand was fine starting out and going. Had to go to store for some bread and butter they say somewhere near 1/4 to 1/2 inch of ice so maybe power outages. I got a fireplace and an insert! Here is pic of the snow ! Enjoy !!! I KNOW you 4x4 owners are drooling
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honestly the factory tires on my 2013 are junk and gotta use 4L just to move my truck in the snow we got in PA, my car barely spins the wheels. Truck spins wheels like its enjoying throwing snow or something :screwy: get a good set of tires and 2 x 2 is just as good as 4 x 4. Ill admit though i enjoy going into 4L and ripping the ice and snow to hell lol
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I think you mean 2x4 and not 2x2
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Glad that such a big truck with a 3.7 is doing great in the snow. Do you fill the bed up to weigh it down at all?
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I think you mean 2x4 and not 2x2
seriously dude ??
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