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C.Gooden C.Gooden is offline

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  1. e.mcconkey
    01-04-2012 08:20 PM - permalink
    e.mcconkey
    hey buddy how've you been?
  2. 1996 Redneck F150
    12-08-2010 06:28 PM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    Dude!!! You have no idea of the heck I've went through with my truck. First, I had to put ball joints in it, which were a pain in the butt because I had to take a torch and cut all the bolts off of the ball joints. And then I had to put new u-joints in the front axles. The stupid truck is eating wheel bearings every 5,000 miles now lol Needless to say, I was dumping to much $$ into it and I had to part with the truck. The motor KILLED me in that thing. If it was a 5.0 like your truck, then I would have never parted with it. I'm on the lookout for another truck now, and its gonna be a V-8 this time. lol I'm just not sure if I'm gonna buy a Chevy or Ford or what. lol
  3. 351w95f150
    06-22-2010 04:01 PM - permalink
    351w95f150
    hey you still looking for a crewcab shortbed, im thinkin about selling my 92, the red one,
  4. e.mcconkey
    03-30-2010 03:27 PM - permalink
    e.mcconkey
    haha lol i just finally got back on the forms....but anyways that red one dont look to bad at the voa
  5. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-26-2010 08:00 PM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    I haven't really heard anything about the Royal Purple oil. When they advertised it, it said something about lasting longer than regular oil, more horsepower, and increased gas mileage. I can believe that it lasts longer than the regular oil, but I don't believe the it increases hp and mpg lol Just change your oil with good quality oil and put a quart of Lucas Oil stabilizer in it, and you should be fine. Or, you could wait untill your a quart low with the oil thats in it right now, and add a quart of Lucas Oil Stabilizer. If it were me, I'd drain the Mobile 1 synthetic out of it. After that mishap with me putting Mobile Clean 5000 oil in my truck, I go blind and start cussing when I see a quart of Mobile oil laying around lol
  6. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-25-2010 12:49 AM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    Oh yea, I've heard after you put synthetic oil in a motor, then it'll KILL it if you change back to regular oil (I'm not sure though). Next oil change, put a quart of Lucas Oil Stabilizer in it, along with Castrol or Pennzoil synthetic oil. See if that helps anything. Right here is what you'll be looking for http://www.lucasoil.co.uk/products/10001.jpg
  7. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-25-2010 12:48 AM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    I put that Mobile Clean 5000 oil in my truck, and it sounded like the lifters were gonna shoot out of the motor. I changed it to Castrol GTX, and I've not had any problems like that before. If you think your oil is to thin, then wait untill the motor needs a quart of oil, and add a quart of Lucas Oil Stabilizer. That stuff works wonders, and its thick! If your truck is losing oil, and not burning it, then I say it has to be leaking out somewhere. If you have a front seal going bad (I think I remember you posting that in a previous thread, but I'm not sure), then I'd say you also have valve cover gaskets leaking also. Thats VERY common with motors with a little bit of mileage on them, and it's not very hard to replace them either. I have 102,000 miles on my 300 6 cylinder, and my valve cover gasket is starting to seep a little bit of oil out. Now if you have to change a leaky front seal, then THAT'S a job! I'd rather rebuild a whole entire truck before I did that lol
  8. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-11-2010 10:40 PM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    yea, im gonna get my exhaust completely re-done... the garage that put it on, did a really crappy job on it.... im gonna take it to a well known muffler shop that i know of, and have them run true duals with 4 inch tips.... and then im gonna lift my bumpers up because they're still at factory level... i'll have it looking better this summer, hopefully lol oh yea, i gotta re-do my undercoating to, so we're pretty much in the same boat
  9. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-11-2010 10:29 PM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    nah, not really man.... I'm getting ready to dump a bunch of money into new tires for it... my back tires are completely bald right now.... its wintertime and snowing like crazy... i've not had the first problem in the snow this year, but the other day it snowed and turned into slush.... i went down my steep driveway, the truck took off sliding to the left, and i almost went over a 30 feet bank and through someone's house.... i about pissed my pants haha
  10. 1996 Redneck F150
    02-11-2010 10:18 PM - permalink
    1996 Redneck F150
    He's got some kinda photoshop or something on his computer.... i dunno how he does it either, but i agree, he's damn good at it lol

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  • About C.Gooden
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    Clarkston, MI
    Interests
    Friends, Camping, Trucks, Fishing, Watersports, Music, and Excercising
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150 XLT Supercab
    Year
    1995
    Engine
    5.0L 302 V8 5speed
    Options
    4x4, Power Locks, Power Windows, Lumbar Seats
    Modifications
    31'' BF Goodrich All Terrains, Kenwood Cd player, Deflecta-Shield bug guard, Cobra 25Ltd classic CB Radio
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