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  1. 5star
    10-16-2012 07:08 PM - permalink
    hi neil
    give me a call tomorrow , we most likely ship from warehouse in CA to save on ship costs.
  2. Motohaulic
    08-03-2012 04:42 PM - permalink
    I saw a pic of your white EcoBoost in one the threads on rim/tire sizes. I really like the way the rims/tires fill up the wheel wells. I've been looking into new rims for my '11 EcoBoost. Just out of curiosity, what are the dimensions for your rims? 20", but what about rim width and back spacing/offset. I'm just curious about what you exact setup is without rubbing. Also, about how far do those firestones stick oit from the wheel well, or is it pretty flush? Thanks in advance.
  3. nolagtime
    10-09-2011 01:36 PM - permalink
    They were actually able to disable your DRL's? What year is your truck? I had Way install mine on my 2011 on Thursday, and he cannot disable the DRL's as there is no module on the 2011, it is now on the circuitboard/compter. Anyways, the DRL's are not flickering as I have heard they can because of the lower voltage. And at night. WOW The low beams are excellent, the hi's not as good as I would have hoped. Fogs are too low, I may try to re-aim them, or try to find a way to get them to work with the high beams.
  4. Logan24
    10-09-2011 04:00 AM - permalink
    Hey, i actually bought my HIDs from and FXaudio Installed them. If you want a good install they do good work. I'd recommend the one in spruce grove they have a good reputation. They will disable the DRLs and your lights will work flawlessly. I have the 55w 8000k High/lows in the headlights and 35w 6000k's in the fog lights.
  5. 2010f150fx4
    10-05-2011 10:24 PM - permalink
    Hey, Thanks. My local shop did it for me, apparently there is a wire you have to disconnect that interferes when you hit the high ebams and sends a signal to turn the fog lights off. If you want to mod your day time running lights I would go for leds but hids would also work fine.
  6. lilbrudda
    04-15-2010 12:45 AM - permalink
    Do you still have your AFE CAI for sale?
  7. CamboReturns
    02-26-2010 08:27 AM - permalink
    I took lots of pictures (only 8 weeks after we got it) and emailed them to the dealer. They said not to worry, it's 'rail dust' which is quite common on vehicles they get from dust buildup on transport. i.e. it's not part of your truck that's rusting but little flecks of external metal dust that are doing it.... anyhow, put it in for a few hours and they cleaned it very well, no rust and the truck looked cleaner than new. Very happy.

    Your problem may be more severe than this, I don't know, but hope this helps.

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  • About nolagtime
    Diehard Chevy man turned Ford! 4 new Fords in the last 5 years, loving my new Ecoboost F150.
    Spruce Grove, AB
    JDM Vehicles, ATV'ing, kids sports
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  • My Truck
    F150 S-Crew Ecoboost
    3.5L Twin Turbo
    Off road pkg,
    Weathertech mats, LINEX box liner, full undercoating, Truxedo Tonneau cover, Magnaflow system, 34" Firestone Destination on 20" Rims, Beamer 600k HID headlights and foglights, Tinted all the windows and the sunroof, 3M paint protection on the front, patiently waiting for a programmer.
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    2012 3.5TT, 3.55, 157", Screw, Selectrac 4wd, Nav.
    6" Procomp Lift, 35-12.50-20 Durun Terrain Grabber's, RBP Grill, Solo Off-Road Downpipes, AFE Stage II Intake, TruckBoss Sled Deck.


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