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Old 12-26-2008, 11:40 AM
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I saw this truck at last years offroad convention at Pomona fair grounds. This is pretty much Camburg race truck. That truck is BAD ***!!!
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2003 F-150 Harley Truck, With 12'' Bulletproof Suspension Kit With Dual Fox Chrome Shock's 6'' Block's In Rear, 4;88 Gear With Mag-hytec Differential Cover, 20'' Xd Series Rims With 38'' Toyo O/c M/t Tires, Built Transmission With 2800 Stall Torque Converter And A Mag-hytec Deep Transmission Pan,5.4l Supercharged, Bassanie Ceramitc Headers,cat Black Rear Haft,bx Mid Pipe And Cats,396 Rwh / 578 Foot Pounds Of Torque,

WOW.......just freakin' WOW. That's a beauty of a truck!!!

Can we lock this thread?? I'm trying NOT to lift my truck but this thread isn't helping. I'm also TRYING to wait until the rubber wears out on my Pirellis before I upgrade the tires and wheels but you guys are making it hard.
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for those of you who posted and also listed your gears... please tell me how they work on the interstate. top speed, MPG, RPMs?

I'm looking at gearing but was only considering 4.10. I'm looking at 35-37 inch tires, NO bigger than 37. will 4.10 be enough or should I consider lower, and will I kick myself for going too low? I do drive the interstate quite a bit.

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dang that truck is [email protected]!
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Originally Posted by Quicksilver View Post
for those of you who posted and also listed your gears... please tell me how they work on the interstate. top speed, MPG, RPMs?

I'm looking at gearing but was only considering 4.10. I'm looking at 35-37 inch tires, NO bigger than 37. will 4.10 be enough or should I consider lower, and will I kick myself for going too low? I do drive the interstate quite a bit.

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i have a 4x4 and have been looking at gears lately... i was told at a local shop that with 35's i should go with 4.56 gears (i'am an interstate driver too), but i wanted 4.88's and i was really pushed into getting 4.56's because i will not like the gas mileage that 88's will give me
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the differance between 4.56 and 4.88s is very minimal. If you wanted the 88s thats what I would have gotten then.
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Originally Posted by UJSLOST View Post
the differance between 4.56 and 4.88s is very minimal. If you wanted the 88s thats what I would have gotten then.
being that i still haven't re-geared i will more than likely do 88's
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Originally Posted by dangerranger21 View Post
Any off-road pics?.....
lols.

and about the gearing issue:
56s will put it back to almost exactly stock. i personally would stick with 56 unless you plan on going to a bigger tire in the future, but with IFS that is unlikely unless youve got rubber band banks
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Originally Posted by Quicksilver View Post
for those of you who posted and also listed your gears... please tell me how they work on the interstate. top speed, MPG, RPMs?

I'm looking at gearing but was only considering 4.10. I'm looking at 35-37 inch tires, NO bigger than 37. will 4.10 be enough or should I consider lower, and will I kick myself for going too low? I do drive the interstate quite a bit.

Thanks
I have 35's and regeared to 4.56's in my truck. Honestly I think with 35's 4.56's is what you want, if you go with the 37's then go with the 88's. As far as RPM's I am pretty much back to what I was pushing when the truck was fully stock.
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