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  1. TheRealVirg
    01-23-2015 05:31 PM
    Hey saw your ad in the classifieds. I just put towing mirrors on my truck, it's an 04 f150 and I have the old mirrors. They have the turn signal built in. Wondering if you were still looking for any? They're in great shape and truck is garage kept so they aren't sun faded. Just pm me if you are
  2. 08crew4x4
    11-28-2012 12:39 AM
    Hi there! While doing hitch research, I see that you've commented on several threads. Do you have a model number for the hitch that you bought from UHaul? All the ones that I'm finding (Curt, Draw-tite and Hidden Hitch) all seem to hang too low.

    Any help would be much appreciated!
  3. Nettershakes
    06-30-2010 01:49 AM
    Well Right now its got a 2.5" leveling kit on the front and a 3" body lift. The tires are 285/70/17. My next set will be M/T 35". I've been thinking about adding a block or aal to the back but it doesnt bug me enough to spend the money yet. haha.
  4. islandfordguy
    06-11-2010 03:14 AM
    wheels are off an fx4 and are 18", the tires are 285 and whatever ratio goes with that in a BFG. i think your next size down is gonna be 265 but im not too sure.
  5. MTM Ford
    12-30-2009 03:11 AM
    Yup, I know exactly what you mean. They gave it that rice burner look.
  6. MTM Ford
    12-29-2009 10:33 PM
    Thanks man! I liked them tails at first, but then after a while I realized they don't really look all that good so I took them off and put the stockers back on. Plannin on getting taillight covers and PTM them.
  7. Vermonter150
    11-30-2009 09:59 AM
    Im part owner of Jade Lotus (we just opened 5 months ago) we are located at 64 north st. feel free to stop by any time, we are open 1-7 Sun-Wed 12-8 Thur-Sat
  8. islandfordguy
    08-10-2009 05:58 PM
    actually had the front installed. was going to do it myself and looked at numerous how to's on here, but got tight on time (blew a tire and was going to have to get a new set within the week and had to have the kit on to fit the tires) and just had it done for about 100-150. i put the back blocks on myself and that part was surprisingly easy with an air wrench and a few jacks/jack stands
  9. jshsharp
    08-10-2009 01:46 AM
    Thanks for the info. I was trying not to spend the $150 on the aftermarket. Hopefully someone will do a lift and want to get rid of some stock blocks around here.
  10. islandfordguy
    08-06-2009 06:50 PM
    hey boss,
    thanks for the compliments, i like the rake as well, kinda retains some functionallity for towing. the rear was low because i had already put a 2.5 leveling kit on the front. i didn't have any blocks out back at that point. if i had the same size blocks as you, my truck would sit level. i just figured that since i was gonna buy em from autospring and i think they were the same price, why not just get the bigger ones

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  • About 2008_XL
    Year
    2008
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Body
    Regular Cab
    Trim
    XL
    Color
    White
    Biography
    Drums, touring the world, etc.
    Location
    Burlington, VT
    Occupation
    Professional Musician
    Gender
    Male
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    2008 F150 - 4.2L, 5-speed manual, 120k miles. Full LED conversion.

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