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  1. Matt_FX4
    01-12-2013 06:00 AM - permalink
    It's been two years since I logged on, just got your message. Thanks man.
    10-20-2011 12:51 AM - permalink
    The Raptor handles like a dream. but what I wanted was a FX4 with the 6.2L but you cant get that so I bought this beast and couldn't be happier.
  3. mSaLL150
    10-17-2011 10:09 PM - permalink
    Thank you sir. I've always been a fan of classic simplicity over flashyness.
  4. jcubley
    05-09-2011 01:09 PM - permalink
    I am FROM Texas, I was born and raised there, I just go to school here in florida... I can't wait to get the hell out of here,but def. glad to see another fan.
  5. SickF1fifty
    05-08-2011 05:07 PM - permalink
    Sweet truck man lol. My control arms are Camburg and they are awesome it was just hard spending that kind of money on something like that. You can find 4wd struts on ebay. I found my set for $150 with only 800 miles on them. Idk if stacking the 4wd strut with a leveling kit would work well unless you went ahead and swapped the steering knuckle and hubs to 4wd too otherwise your gunna have horrible control arm angles. If you are looking to get more lift out of your truck id save up for a full suspension kit its totally worth it because you do get what you pay for and that way you get everything you need.
  6. T-man-He-man
    04-15-2011 10:41 PM - permalink
    Thanks again! Post a vid when you get it all rigged up. Just be careful. I've gotten a warning for public disturbance. My Arnold impersonation was worth it though ha ha! Everyone in about a 3 block radius heard "Get to the CHOPPUHHH." Including the lady officer down the street ha ha!
  7. T-man-He-man
    04-15-2011 11:35 AM - permalink
    Oh thanks! I don't mind at all. I kinda built it myself after researching how people do it, and how the 'real way' is to do it. I've got a Cobra CB (Cheapo) hard wired and mounted underneath my dash. I have a RADIO Shack 50 Watt amp behind my back seat, also hard wired in. All the wires are concealed. The amp has like 4 outputs but I've currently have only 1 hooked up. There are multiple input ports as well so I have my stereo hooked up into it, and my CB/PA Cobra radio in the other spot. I can play music and talk crap and it's clean. Then I have a powerhorn mounted just behind my bumper. It's hidden completely and doesn't hang down where it can catch something. It is a Radio Shack POWERHORN rated for 100 watts. I have another horn for when I go to the beach. I mount it in the back (hidden) so I can yell in all directions. Thanks for noticing!
    03-29-2011 01:33 AM - permalink
    I'm getting a 2011 F-350 Lariat 4x4 as a company truck in a few months. My truck has 250 thousand km on it so I want a fun fast truck for the weekend. The Dodge has a Viper 8.3L V10 505hp and 500lb feet of torque while the Saleen has a supercharged 5.4L V8 450hp and 500lb feet of torque. The Raptor is low on my list because I will already have a 4x4 and it cant match those numbers
    03-29-2011 01:04 AM - permalink
    Nope no new mods. Im looking at buying a new truck, What do you think? 2011 Raptor, 2008 Saleen S331 or a 2006 Dodge Ram SRT-10?
  10. kellymac15
    06-23-2010 05:48 PM - permalink
    thanks, im sure it will. i looked at it yesterday and it looks doable if i have a press.

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  • About kellymac15
    Cypress, Texas
    Working on any car/truck, football/baseball, envir. science, and lifting
  • My Truck
    F150 XL
    4.6L V8
    Kenwood DPX303
    3'' leveling kit
    32'' BFG Rugged Trail w/ 18'' stock wheels
    Flowmaster Super44 SI/DO
    20% Tint in back.
    Grille Work Lights
    Gotts Mod


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