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Old 06-04-2014, 07:58 AM   #121
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Recap of whats going to happen in the next month: - Dirt Freeks Valance Kit - Camburg UCA's - Roof Basket - VHF/Ham Radio Install - LED Headlights Was out muddin the other day having some fun! I gotta say, the new rear shocks made a huge difference! Can't wait for the fronts!
Do you find just everyday city and highway driving your rear shocks performed smoother and worked better all around compared to stock?
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Old 06-05-2014, 01:12 AM   #122
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Do you find just everyday city and highway driving your rear shocks performed smoother and worked better all around compared to stock?
100% better ahaha. Way smoother on potholes and bumps!
Can't wait for fronts!
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Old 06-29-2014, 03:03 AM   #123
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Just got a set of method NV's. My raptor rims are up for sale if anyone is interested!
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Old 07-08-2014, 03:48 AM   #124
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Need some new ideas...
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50" light bar coming btw
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Old 07-24-2014, 03:51 PM   #126
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Hey guys. Ive traded my f150 for a f250. Back in 2009 my dad passed away with cancer. As a 13 year old the last thing I wanted was a diesel truck. So when it came time to find me a first vehicle. I traded in dads 2000 f250 7.3 for my 06 f150. After years of hopes of finding the truck I pretty much gave up hope. One night while on craigslist I found it. I couldn't believe my eyes. It was for sale in lyman. I called him up and after spilling my sob story to him I convinced him to trade my f150 for dads old f250. I loved my f150 and miss it everyday. But that love cant compare to how it feels to drive dads old truck around. Since we sold it the previous owner added a power hungry chip and straight piped it. Ive ordered a rough country 4in lift, xd revolver rims, and 35in mickey thompson mtz tires. Id love to come to a future f150 forum meet because I do consider yall family. Thanks again, andrew

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Hey guys. Ive traded my f150 for a f250. Back in 2009 my dad passed away with cancer. As a 13 year old the last thing I wanted was a diesel truck. So when it came time to find me a first vehicle. I traded in dads 2000 f250 7.3 for my 06 f150. After years of hopes of finding the truck I pretty much gave up hope. One night while on craigslist I found it. I couldn't believe my eyes. It was for sale in lyman. I called him up and after spilling my sob story to him I convinced him to trade my f150 for dads old f250. I loved my f150 and miss it everyday. But that love cant compare to how it feels to drive dads old truck around. Since we sold it the previous owner added a power hungry chip and straight piped it. Ive ordered a rough country 4in lift, xd revolver rims, and 35in mickey thompson mtz tires. Id love to come to a future f150 forum meet because I do consider yall family. Thanks again, andrew

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Sorry to hear about your dad man, may he rest in peace. I hear ya on the F250. Sentimental memories>.
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Sorry to hear about your dad man, may he rest in peace. I hear ya on the F250. Sentimental memories>.
Thanks man. It means alot. I looked for years and had almost given up hope when I found it on craigslist. Couldn't pass it up.
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man thats a cool story. like said before, sorry about your dad. but now you can share something with him, since you got his truck.
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Old 08-02-2014, 02:39 AM   #130
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Did a bumper change

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