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  1. lifted97
    02-27-2012 03:48 AM - permalink
    lifted97
    Yeah... I got full cables ran to the back... And pics of what?
  2. 2000fordf1504x4
    02-26-2012 09:57 PM - permalink
    2000fordf1504x4
    ya i did
  3. lifted97
    02-24-2012 04:33 PM - permalink
    lifted97
    Yeah, having it on the back really helps!
  4. lifted97
    02-24-2012 04:46 AM - permalink
    lifted97
    Hey man... Yeah, I already have front hitch receiver installed with a 12000lb winch
    http://www.f150forum.com/f6/new-winch-installed-118835/
  5. lifted97
    02-05-2012 07:11 PM - permalink
    lifted97
    Where do you live? and here is a video from 2 nights ago
  6. lifted97
    02-05-2012 05:52 PM - permalink
    lifted97
    Made in the US
  7. lifted97
    02-05-2012 05:52 PM - permalink
    lifted97
    To tell you the truth, when I was looking for tires, the cooper STTs were the very last tire I wanted to buy..... but my cuz at a tire shop hooked me up with a deal that I couldn't pass up! And I would buy them again.... They are a really good tire and they do super good in snow which is what I do most. The only thing I wish was different on the tire, is that I wish you could stud them for I live in a very snowy/ice place. I have about 12-15000 miles on them so far. Had to buy a new one for I had a blow out off roading but that was my own fault..... Plus they are like one of the only tires still mad in the US
  8. Collin
    02-03-2012 02:00 PM - permalink
    Collin
    Its pretty straight forward. Read the instructions a couple time first. Ya you just take out the cross pin and the spiders. Use some grease to hold the pieces together when installing. Its' a little messy but make things so much easier. Plus you wont even know the locker is back there until the grease wears off or use step on it. Oh and one more thing, You may have to grind the ends of the axle shafts just behind the C-clips down a little bit, I had to. Double check this! It will save you time and a thread search on here..Aussie's specs on the shaft diameter were a bit off when they made the locker.
  9. Collin
    02-03-2012 10:42 AM - permalink
    Collin
    Ya that's the locker I have. Works the way it should. I would buy it again. As far as the noise, I can hear the "ratcheting" when coasting around a sharp corner with the windows down. If I really listen I can hear it with the windows up. It does bang with downshifting.

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  • About GutsyHick
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    Stratford, Prince Edward Island
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Year
    2003
    Engine
    4.6l
    Options
    XTR 4x4
    Modifications
    Dick Cepek Fun Country II 285/70/17
    K&N Series 57 Cold Air Intake
    Pacesetter Long tube headers
    Si/So Magnaflow XL
    Sct SF3
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    When in doubt, throttle out.

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