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Old 01-11-2018, 01:15 AM   #231
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Very nice looking truck. Ah yes the days of water skiing all weekend, I kind of miss. Nice looking boat also.

I have gotten a few updates done on mine also. But I don't have the cool tailgate sticker
Likewise! Funny, when I was looking at them, I really didnt want to go with white... but the more I looked at it, the better I liked it. I still have window tint to do, maybe window visors too (havent decided on that yet for sure). Seems it would be a nice thing to have on to leave the windows cracked on a ridiculously hot day when I leave the truck/trailer parked at the ramp. Also considering wheel well liners, also undecided on that.

Cant wait for spring... want to get the boat back on the water. I grew up a slalom skier, but have aged enough now to feel the pain when I lose it. Have literally peeled my eyelids up, and had to count limbs to make sure they were all still there. I wont give it up, but have taken up wake surfing, and have become completely addicted now. Im probably 10-1 surfing to skiing now.
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Old 01-11-2018, 08:54 AM   #232
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I have used Brighton Ford's QuickLane on my Ford Edge and Mercury Mountaineer and they're usually fast and do a good job. I do my own work on my Boss 302 and haven't used them for my Lariat yet. Another option is the DIY shop I use where you get access to a lift and tools too if needed. SEE: http://diyautorepairshops.com/index.php

On my Mustang, I've installed a shifter, one piece drive shaft and did all kinds of suspension mods. The rate for use of their facilities are reasonable but more than QuickLane but if you're like me and like to get intimate with your vehicle but don't like rolling around on your dirty garage floor, this DIY shop is great.
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