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  • About dan68anderson
    Year
    2007
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150
    Body
    Supercrew
    Trim
    XLT
    Location
    Boston
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  • Last Activity: 02-13-2011 05:11 PM
  • Join Date: 02-26-2009

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  1. 07-19-2009 09:19 PM
    It's not over. Future additions include but are not limited to, T-Max 12,000 lb winch, Lightforce 170 Stryker lights, Yukon 4.56 gears front and back. The list goes on...
  2. 07-18-2009 11:18 AM
    Ok, here we go... Hopefully a list of all my Mods...

    Modifications and upgrades to my truck:

    Exterior:
    Under coating
    Tires-Toyo Open Country MTs, 34/11.50 R17s
    Wheels-AMP Bitterroots, 17x8.5”
    Auto Spring 2” Leveling Kit
    Rancho RS9000XL Shocks
    Challenger Black tool box
    Ford rubber bed and tailgate mats
    Go Industries “Rancher” Grille guard
    Go Industries Head ache rack
    Gibson Extreme dual exhaust
    Optima Red Top battery
    aFe Cold Air Intake
    Bushwacker Pocket Fender Flares
    EGR Side logo Bug deflector
    Loading Zone Cargo Managment

    Electronics & Accessories:
    Alpine, HCE-C105D Rear Camera
    Alpine, KTX-C10LP License Plate Mounting Kit
    Viper 5900 Responder with auto start
    (Dash Mounted Kill Toggle Switch)
    Viper Programmable Voice System with P.A.
    Viper Invisibeam Field Disturbance Sensor
    Viper Digital Tilt Motion Sensor
    Alpine IVA-W505 Head Unit with PMD-B200 Blackbird Nav System, Bluetooth
    Alpine MRP-M500 Mono Power Amp
    Alpine MRA-F350 5-Channel Digital Theater Amp
    Alpine SBS-05DC In-Dash Center Channel Speaker
    Alpine SWS-1043D Type S Subwoofer with custom built box
    Alpine Type X SPX-17REF 6 1/2” Component 2-Way Speaker System
    (Both Front Doors and Rear Doors)
    Alpine KCA-SC100 Sirius Satellite Radio Interface
    Uniden BCT8 Beartracker 250 Channel Trunking Scanner
    Xantrex XS400 400 watt Power Inverter
    USGlobalSat BT-328 Interface

    Accessories Plus:
    RAM Vehicle Laptop Mount
    Apple 15.2” Titanium Laptop
    AT&T Internet Connection Laptop PCIAM Card
    Apple ipod Touch, Nano
    Samaung 747 G4 Cell Phone with Blue tooth, Hands Free with Head Unit
    Built Ford Tough Floor Mats
    4x4 Off Road Decals
    4.6 HP Badges

    I think this is a complete list. Let me know what you think...
  3. 06-15-2009 05:32 PM
    Hey dan....

    Sorry, been traveling a lot lately and just got back to the site so a bit late responding. I did think about painting the bumpers except I thought about a darker color (like the Ford dark shadow grey) for the bumpers and flares. Personally, I think painting it all the same color would look great too and seen some that have done so with the Bushwacker style flares and matching bumpers. Anyway, if you do it, post some pics!
  4. 05-30-2009 04:15 PM
    truck looks great! was wondering though, were you able to keep your tow hooks attached with the westin brush guard? i am looking to get either the ranchhand, manik or westin. i know w/ ranchhnd your able to keep the tow hooks also.
  5. 04-06-2009 10:37 PM
    hey man love the truck especially the wheels and tires... did you have any rubbing with them? im looking into buying big tires like that but dont want any rubbing or cutting...is 315 too big?
  6. 04-06-2009 08:46 AM
    Great news on the wheels and tires. Definitely shoot me a pic when you get one!!!
  7. 04-05-2009 08:29 PM
    I was wondering...it looks like you was able to keep your tow hooks with the sportsmen brush guard...did you have to fab something up or did they just work? Because from what I have heard they won't work. Thanks
  8. 04-03-2009 02:27 PM
    Sorry for the very tardy reply on your PS request. Been SUPER busy.

    Its really difficult to photoshop wheels and different tires on a vehicle, because all the angles of the photos of the wheels, tires and truck have to be the same. Which is very tough to find. Ill try and make it happen, but it may look shabby
  9. PawPaw
    03-30-2009 01:16 PM
    To fit the 315's I would stick to the stock wheels or the 8" with 5 1/2 inches of BS. If you come out any more in the front they may rub.
  10. PawPaw
    03-30-2009 01:14 PM
    I lost about 2 mpg mostly in stop and go city driving. Not bad on the highway 16-18 mpg. You will lose power anytime you go with taller tires but a programmer or regearing can take care of that. A 295x70 0r 305x70 would be a good choice also, close to 34 inches tall.

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