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jmoore9 jmoore9 is offline

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  1. robertcourtney
    06-10-2014 09:39 PM - permalink
    robertcourtney
    Hey, I have a Ford F 150 Platinum 2014 with a 6.2 and a 6.5 foot bed. I really wanted to put bigger tires on my stock rims 20 inch. Mickey Thompson was my first choice. I love the way your truck looks! Do I just need a leveling kit for those tires or do I need a lift as well. And how did all the electronics work after changing the Tires and getting a leveling kit? Thanks for your help! RC
  2. jmeo
    04-13-2014 08:42 PM - permalink
    jmeo
    Sorry, just noticed your message. I never use the website access only via the app. I NEVER get my messages. Anyway yes thanks for all your help. I just returned my truck to stock and am selling everything because I'm trading in for a 2015. Thanks for your help
  3. ymeski56
    04-08-2014 10:20 AM - permalink
    ymeski56
    Done
  4. jmeo
    10-20-2013 10:49 PM - permalink
    jmeo
    Hi I absolutely love your truck. I have 2 questions for you and I hope I'm not too much of a bother to ask ya.

    1. Did you end up putting spacers on? I have a 2012 Platinum for which I just purchased Toyo AT II 35x12.5x20 and I wonder how they look without spacers. I am replacing aftermarket rims with factory 20" platinum rims. The aftermarket rims offset put the wheels a couple inches out of wheel we'll. My truck has a 4" suspension lift and I want to keep the tires out of wheel well because I like the stance, I just want factory rims.

    2. Are those factory platinum letters on your pickup bed? I have never seen them on a platinum and love them. They remind me of when I had Harley Davidson on my 2010 F150

    Thanks and I hope I'm not a huge bother

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  • About jmoore9
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    Skiing, Lifting Weights, traveling, riding ,motorcycles and horses.
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  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 Platinum
    Year
    2013
    Engine
    6.2L
    Options
    Nav/Sync, Moon Roof, wheel well liners, line x bedliner, trailor step, skid pl, Black/SilverScrew
    Modifications
    Weather tech mats, LED's all over, HID Head and Fog lights, AS leveling kit and BakFlip F1 cover with stubby antenna, Mickey Thompson 35x12.5x20's, SCT custom tunes - 93 and Banks Monster Exhaust, BDS 6 waiting for install
  • Signature

    2013 F150 Platinum 6.2L 3.73, BDS 6' Lift with FOX Shocks, Mickey Thompson ATZ Baja 35x12.5x20's, Line x bedliner, Bak Flip F1, Weather Tech Floor Liners, EZ Down Tailgate, Stubby Antenna, SCT Tuner with 5 Star 93 Tune, Banks Monster Exhaust, Door Detent 3.0, Bushwacker Extend a flares and Raptor lights up front.

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  • Join Date: 10-28-2010

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