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  • About squirrelyyy
    New Jersey
    Hunting,Fishing & Riding my Quad
    How did you find
    Cruisen the web
  • My Truck
    F150 Platinum
    stock at this point
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    R.I.P. 07 F150 4x4 Lariat Screw 6'5"

    15 Platinum FX4 Guard / Brunello 5.0, 3.73, 6 1/2' bed, Husky X-Act Contour Liners, Stubby Antenna, Lexar screen protector, EGR in-channel visors,Bak Revolver X2 tonneau, Morimoto XB LED Fogs, AS 2.5" front level & 3" rear block, BFG K02 285/65/20


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  • Last Activity: 10-11-2018 07:37 AM
  • Join Date: 10-28-2006

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  1. squirrelyyy
    12-24-2011 06:49 AM - permalink
    Sorry rmp213 just read message have been away from site for awhile. have no issues with the tire at all as far as rubbing I do get a very very slight rub at full lock only and normally if backing. I am going to a different tire and size hopefully in mid January waiting on production of tire, going to goodyear wrangler duratrac 295/65/R18 basically cant afford bfgs right now the good years are a little cheaper and going with smaller tire hopefully pick up the gas mileage. ps I do have a 2" level which allows me to fit that size might get a rub with out level. Hopefully this helps and I wasn't to late sorry Squirrel
  2. rmp213
    09-21-2011 03:45 PM - permalink
    Hey squirrelyyy, saw you were running 305/65 BFG's on stock rims. I was thinking about doing the same on mine. Any rubbing issues? are the tires wearing funny at all being on a 7.5 inch rim?
  3. 01-09-2010 09:16 AM - permalink
    like the ubnj sticker on the back
  4. squirrelyyy
    10-10-2009 08:12 AM - permalink
    I did see a minor difference maybe 1 -2 mpg's not much then I went to bigger tires and my mileage went all to hell
  5. 10-06-2009 05:19 PM - permalink
    does the air imtake help with gas
  6. squirrelyyy
    07-23-2009 08:30 AM - permalink
    sorry for taking so long to reply haven't been around for a couple days yes i did install myself took a total of ten minutes for both i bought an upolstry tool sears carries it was cheap it made real easy to get the oem lights out just take a towel and put between the tool and truck and work it around the light the lights them selves are simply plug and play and no the lenses are smoked and I know they look darker thats because the back round is black but over the lights that aren't that dark I did notice the reverse lights aren't as bright and seem to be a little scattered my only bitch and if you are thinking of getting the 3rd light thats a hole differant story that was a real pain in the ass over an hour to do but knowing what I know now might not take that long hope this helps
  7. 07-17-2009 12:13 PM - permalink
    I looked into the lights further are the ones you have installed the smoke or are they the black?
  8. 07-16-2009 11:47 PM - permalink
    nice truck sick lights Im thinking about ordering the same ones for my truck did you install the lights yourself? and do they have either a darker film over them or did u get them sprayed darker?
  9. Fordguy112
    07-15-2009 10:15 PM - permalink
    Hi there, great lookin truck. im interested in your taillights and 3rd light, they probably dont make them for a 97 F150 but if you could tell me where you got them from?
  10. SinCityFX4
    07-03-2009 04:57 AM - permalink
    No worries,,,,anytime.

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