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Old 11-15-2010
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Traded in my ranger for this....

I rescently traded in my 2003 eanger in for this 2007 F-150 Lariat 5.4 4x4. I love it so far. Let me know what y'all think! Edit: Sorry for posting this in this thread and the ranger photo thread. Didn't see this f-series thread til after i posted in the other one first..

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nice truck!
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Gorgeous truck man, love the two-tone. Leather or cloth on the interior?
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Old 11-16-2010
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Thanks man! It has leather interior. And heated seats! ha.
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Truck looks great, any mods planned?

*cough* tube step delete *cough**cough* level it
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Old 11-17-2010
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Truck looks great, any mods planned?

*cough* tube step delete *cough**cough* level it
Haha, Just did! I got a procomp 2.5" levelling kit installed and the side steps and bug guard thing removed. Made it look a lotttt better
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Very nice truck. I love the color combo. I was looking for a Lariat when I got my XLT but the only lariat within 75miles with low miles on it was $27,000 with close to 75000 miles. so I settled for a XLT 5.4 4x4 ( I wanted the center console shifter and the on the fly 4x4 but oh well) :)
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very nice! updated pics man!
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Thanks for all the compliments guys. I've finallyyyy got some updated pics. I've installed a 2.5" procomp levelling kit, flowmaster super 44, removed step bars and bug guard, and put a low profile tool box in the back. Hope y'all like it:
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OoOoO leveling kit

is that the 2.5inch?
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He says its a 2.5" procomp in his post above.

Truck looks great!
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Haha, happens to the best of us,

I'm gonna appologize ahead of time if this is the 100th time you've been asked this, Trent, but do you have any rubbing problems with your 35's? My leveling kit claims that 35's can be run after installing them, but it looks like a close call..
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Very nice, i miss my F-1

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Haha, happens to the best of us,

I'm gonna appologize ahead of time if this is the 100th time you've been asked this, Trent, but do you have any rubbing problems with your 35's? My leveling kit claims that 35's can be run after installing them, but it looks like a close call..
It is a close call but mine fit with no rubbing at all. It's super tight though, another 1/4" and it would rub like crazy.
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Stock wheels only for 35x12.50s. Even then, MOST probably won't fit because a lot of other mud terrains run wider and have more sidewall lugs than the KM2. I originally ordered toyo mt/s but had to cancel them as I found out they would rub the upper control arms with the wheel pointed straight.

Another option though is a Toyo M/T 285/75/18 which is a 35x11.50 basically. It is E rated (where the KM2 35x12.50R18 is D) so it may ride a little more rough. Shouldn't be bad at proper psi. That would be a very good fit for a leveling kit and stock wheels if you have to have a 35. There are several 285s and 305s that would work well also.
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i had 315/70/17's on my 04 nbs with no issues. that tire is just a hair smaller than a 35
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i saw a yellow 2005 F-150 FX4 Ext Cab w/ the 4ft bed yesterday. I was like "OMG that's the closest thing to a Raptor I will ever be able to own." Your extended cab made me think of that for some reason.

Looks great dude. That's my favorite favorite body style.
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i saw a yellow 2005 F-150 FX4 Ext Cab w/ the 4ft bed yesterday. I was like "OMG that's the closest thing to a Raptor I will ever be able to own." Your extended cab made me think of that for some reason.

Looks great dude. That's my favorite favorite body style.
4ft bed?

How about 5.5ft?
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yea...the small box size with f-150 are 5.5 f... then 6.5 and 8 feet
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It is a close call but mine fit with no rubbing at all. It's super tight though, another 1/4" and it would rub like crazy.
Cool man. I don't doubt it. I'm thinkin about ordering some 35's off 4wheelparts.com, but i've heard some bad things about em. Have you ordered anything through them?

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Stock wheels only for 35x12.50s. Even then, MOST probably won't fit because a lot of other mud terrains run wider and have more sidewall lugs than the KM2. I originally ordered toyo mt/s but had to cancel them as I found out they would rub the upper control arms with the wheel pointed straight.

Another option though is a Toyo M/T 285/75/18 which is a 35x11.50 basically. It is E rated (where the KM2 35x12.50R18 is D) so it may ride a little more rough. Shouldn't be bad at proper psi. That would be a very good fit for a leveling kit and stock wheels if you have to have a 35. There are several 285s and 305s that would work well also.
Yeah i understand what you're saying. I would love to have mud tires, but i drive on pavement 9 times out of 10, so i'm just gonna stick with 35" all-terrains. I'm lookin at Nitto Terra Grapplers. Do you know much about them?
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