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  • About 05supercrew
    Long Island, NY
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    2011 Flame Blue FX4 w/ Ecoboost nav and luxury package. 35% tint, e-z down, F-150 bed mat, Undercover SE, AEM dry air filter,Procomp level 2" shocks, Bed Rug, Raptor running boards, 20" MB Torque wheels & 305-55-20 Nitto Terra Graplers.


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  • Last Activity: 10-19-2014 02:40 PM
  • Join Date: 07-12-2005


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  1. 04-28-2012 10:26 PM
    No, problem, I ended up going with a magnaflow cat back. Don't like the SOTB but it's cheaper! Maybe I can get kooks to bend the exit to 45's, Thanks.
  2. 04-28-2012 12:02 AM
    2004 nav engine 5.4L, VIN R, 8TH DIGIT, DOHC and 05 nav engine 5.4 L 3-valve SOHC V8 compatible? its 04 and 05 navigator engine.? need help please. my 05 navigator is not working properly mechanic said that in between 1st and 2nd headers has crack. now i'm going to buy a 04 engine on monday will it fit my transmission and will i have a problem in a long run? please help me thank you in advance
  3. 04-17-2012 04:25 PM
    Sorry getting back to you so late, There is Kooks in Bayshore/Deer Park border and a place off of RT112. Kooks may have moved. Why not just get a cat-back system, easy to install and probably cheaper than a shop. The 409 pipe will be costly.
  4. 04-07-2012 08:17 AM
    Hey 05supercrew, I see you are on L.I. and wonder if you know of a good muffler shop that will change my '05 SCREW from SISO to SIDO using 409 pipe.

    Thanks, NSC
  5. 02-21-2012 11:07 AM
    The Undercover SE or the Classic will never scratch or scuff the truck. Very easy to install, I installed both my old and new with no problems and basic tools. I looked back at my records to find where I bought it from and it came from Truck add ons, but I didnt order from them. I looked for 2 months and hopefully got the best price. I paid $719 delivered. Hope that helps. -Hector-
  6. 02-20-2012 01:06 PM

    I was reading your posting about the Undercover SE textured and have a couple of questions. I also have a Ford F150 FX4 and was looking for a bed cover. Could the Undercover SE textured potentially scratch or scuff the truck? Where's the best, most economical place to get one of these covers?

    Thank you.

    - Bob
  7. 08-22-2011 05:08 PM
    No, check wheel balance, U-joints, ball joints. I dont know what you have into your truck.
  8. 08-22-2011 04:55 PM
    05supercrew, are Youupto speed with 06 rpm vibrations?
  9. 03-23-2010 08:57 AM
    I have 2" leveling Bilstein shocks in front and my tires are 33" not 35". They are 325-60-18. 35" tires will not fit with out rubbing. To fit a 35" tire you will need 2.5 leveling kit that Auto springs makes and stock wheels and they still will rub a little. The right way to fit a 35" wheel is to get a 6"lift.
  10. 03-23-2010 02:42 AM
    265* i mean

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