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  1. sitka43
    09-20-2015 11:07 PM - permalink
    sitka43
    Truck is on point!
  2. BrowningSCrew
    01-19-2015 01:19 PM - permalink
    BrowningSCrew
    Sorry for the late response, do you have an Instagram?
  3. tman1125
    05-20-2014 02:11 PM - permalink
    tman1125
    Yessir I run the rcx lift and I also have a 3" body lift on nitto trail grapplers 37/12.50-20.. I also run 20x10 rims with a -24 offset.. I have no shaking at all. Never really had that problem. Can sometimes feel the aggressiveness of the tires rolling but she rides excellent. A lot better than I imagined. I also got the steering stabilizer and nitro shocks.. She is a fx4 package.. Not saying that anything to do with it but she rides awesome to be so tall.. Have rode in Chevys with rcx lift and a dodge cummins and they are rough as hell. Ford power
  4. DanielElfert
    02-19-2014 11:59 PM - permalink
    DanielElfert
    Alright thanks dude I'll look into that. Maybe an excuse for junkyard trip other than, "to screw around" :P
  5. DanielElfert
    02-09-2014 10:52 PM - permalink
    DanielElfert
    Thanks for lettin me know! And I think that looks great. Although I think I've decided to save my money towards the possible SAS. However, I do have one question. Did the Bull Bar mount without modification on the 2wd? I've heard that they mount where tow hooks mount, which are only on 4wds
  6. sportster07
    10-05-2013 09:27 AM - permalink
    sportster07
    I think my best advice is to focus on one thing at a time. The bigger picture will come eventully. Also if you do paint, taking your trim and fender flares off is something to think of. I did it to mine and I love the way it looks. If you have another $1500 or so, get out there and start calling body shops, good luck.

    Send me a few pictures of your truck if you want to, I'd love to see another one like mine.
  7. sportster07
    10-05-2013 09:27 AM - permalink
    sportster07
    When you get your truck painted, it's not really the paint that runs you all the money, it's the prep and body work. My truck was a little rough around the edges, I replaced the box, the cab corners, rockers, front fenders, the floor and a ton of other things. As far as paint, a good job can run you around $3-4 grand and if your lucky you can get one for half of that. I had a mustang painted in the past for $1500, it didn't really "need" paint, I bought it with an ugly two tone color job. The paint turned out good. My truck for the paint was $4000 but it all had to be primed, a few little things straightened out and stuff like that.

    In my opinion, paint makes the biggest difference. I went with the paint first and the tires and lift were sort of an after thought. I was thinking stock heigth with 33's but I found a good deal on a lift and found a set of 35's new for a price less then what I thought so I went with it. My truck is a work in progress,
  8. sportster07
    10-05-2013 09:26 AM - permalink
    sportster07
    Hey man, first off I am running a rough country lift. It's my first lifted truck and I was always under the impression that they would ride much worse but in all honesty, my truck drives just as good as it did before. I bought the lift kit off a buddy of mine, not in a store so as far as brand it was just what was available.
  9. Buddylong
    06-25-2013 11:24 AM - permalink
    Buddylong
    they're not really scratched up bad. just a couple of minor scratches from mud & rocks & **** like that. but $500 they can be yours lol. the gear aloy 726's are looking DAMN good too!
  10. Buddylong
    06-22-2013 02:14 PM - permalink
    Buddylong
    no problem dude. you can damn sure buy my rims from me if you want lmao

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  • About BlackThundah
    Biography
    I'm a ford guy. Love my trucks and muscle cars. Who Doesn't right?
    Location
    Georgia
    Interests
    Trucks, Muscle Cars, Dirtbikes
    How did you find F150Forum.com?
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    Gender
    Male
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Year
    1998
    Engine
    4.6L v8
    Options
    Fully loaded XLT. Has everthing but Leather.
    Modifications
    Exterior:
    285 70 r17 Eldorado Mtz
    17x9 Eagle Alloy 079
    Black Lightning heads
    Clear Depo Fog Lights
    Raptor Running Lights
    Flowmaster Si/Do Exhaust
    K&N Cai
    Tractor Supply TB
    Painted Rear Window Surround
    Painted Bed Rails and Tailgate handle
    Painted Valance and tow hooks
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