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Old 06-15-2013, 06:06 PM   #1
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Decided to start a build thread. I've got some good plans and but who knows when I'll get around to doing it all. Slow and steady, right?

I can't decide what will make me more satisfied, a SC 2v or an NA 4v. I've built some pretty sick Mustangs in the past but I'm over the Hp sickness.

300-350rw from a slush box 4x4 could be plenty for me. Tq is what I really want. If I want Hp, I'll build another Mustang.



What it is:
2001 F150 Supercrew Lariat 5.4 2v, 3.55 (Most other options from the factory)
Paid $4500

What it has:
  • SCT SF3 Tune
  • Magnaflow cat back 1in/2out
  • Tint
  • Harley D. Heads

Needs:
  • New Paint (Same as stock)
  • Automated steps
  • Tow Mirrors or something bigger than stock.
  • 08 Fender badges
  • 3" Body Lift
  • 33's or 35's
  • Fx4 wheels or something light weight and classic/classy
  • New Head Gasket (I change my oil Monthly via the HG leak.)


Don't know when I'll be updating the thread since I only buy parts when I can't buy guns.
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Old 08-17-2014, 10:44 PM   #2
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Day One again:

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New Headlights ..one mo again.

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Old 08-17-2014, 11:26 PM   #3
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All that's done here is it's leveled, removed the running boards and bug guard removed.

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I have new 4x4 decals and pinstripes but the paint is so spidered, I've decided on not putting them on yet. Maybe after the paint job.
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I haven't been keeping up on this thread.

New tonneau cover
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LED's
First the Hvac because they were blown out.
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Brake Lines were toast: Stock replacements till I do the expedition upgrade
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UCA's
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Idler arm
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New Decals, they're too light but they don't look too bad in person.
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Handsfree calling, DVD, GPS w/ Apple carplay. I went with the 5000-nex because I didn't need hdmi in.

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Leafspring bushings
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Moog UCA's
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Bolt kit
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Another new set of bulbs
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Random pictures from under the truck surveying the bushing job prior to the install.


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Upon Further review of my Leaf spring Bushing I decided to just wait to change them for when I either decide to break things on purpose or when I change out to heavy duty springs.

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Greased up my Slip Yoke to stop the Banging finally but I don't think I used enough grease. It's much better but it's still noticeably there.

Then re-greased all my zerks.
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I picked up an Expidition Console and a Roof rack. The Console is installed but I'm not trying to decide on the best leak free option to install the Rack.

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I'm 99% sure I'm going to pull off the Tonneau Cover. I'm going to build a removable tubular skeletal frame for camping. This cover just seems to be in the way all the time.
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