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Old 10-26-2009
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Looking good Brenda. From what that extention looks like. I had a similar one on my 99 F150. It went inside the cab behind the dash.

There is a pinch bolt on the column behind the dash. Loosen that one, slide the column down and insert the extension on it. Tighten both pinch bolts and your done.

Your wheel shouldn't be off with a BL. Maybe when they put the shaft back on it is 90 or 180 off.

Where is your shift indicator located?
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And you can add the cranked bars to your list of mods in your sig.
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Looking good Brenda. From what that extention looks like. I had a similar one on my 99 F150. It went inside the cab behind the dash.

There is a pinch bolt on the column behind the dash. Loosen that one, slide the column down and insert the extension on it. Tighten both pinch bolts and your done.

Your wheel shouldn't be off with a BL. Maybe when they put the shaft back on it is 90 or 180 off.

Where is your shift indicator located?
Its about 45 off. And what is a shift indicator? I have an AOD?
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PRND21. Is it on the column?
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Duh...silly me. It's in the dash.
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On the 150's we had to adjust the indicator. There is a little wheel on the cable right where is goes into the indicator area. Just turn the wheel till the indicator lines back up.
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Nice! Should look great with the 33's
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Looks great Brenda!
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sterring wheel shouldn't be cockeyed brenda....mine was dead on 12 when i put mine in but maybe that's because of the steering rod mod, but yes it can be put back....BTW i got pics of brendas truck with new tires and wheels!!!!!!

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Truck looks great hoz. However she is keeping the Alcoas.
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Truck looks great hoz. However she is keeping the Alcoas.
LOL!! i was seein how many would notice!!
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Hey Bill... Brenda's truck looked like yours at rausch creek the cab is slanted in that one pic AHAHAHA!!
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I know and I said something about it to her at the time. I think I asked her how she would feel driving it like that. lol
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lol... But her taz is gonna look sick once the tires come in... and she gets her exhaust fixed
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And just think it's only an inch or two lower than yours. For a lot less cash. And if our trip to R/C was any indication I think she will do just as well if not a little better than you next time.
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my lower control arms were flat... i cranked them up the other day and i gained alot more clearance under the crossmembers, i measured it up i could fit 315/75s now... But yeah her truck would do good... but idk how she would do (no offense to you brenda) lol
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Excuses excuses. lol. I'll probably end up selling my 35's when I buy the axles and creepy crawlers from the other Bill that was there. If you're interested let me know.
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this is brenda's thread we better no clog it up lol... But i like my 16x8 Eagle Alloys
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Man, its raining its *** off here today! Just great! UGH!!! Anywho...I'm sure the steering wheel will be corrected upon the wheel alignment. After the steering rod mod and the tbar crank, guess it got crooked. And yesterday Scott put a bolt through that rod for extra security....oh yeah ghetto fabrications! LMAO
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this has already been answerd but since this thread was open I thought I would ask what do you do to bring up your exaust, just flip the the hanger rubber pieces, or something else? i don't want to chop mine off, whenever I do this. lol
Truck looks great too Brenda :)
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Brenda Brenda Brenda....is that stock pipe coming into the muffler? billet03, if I were in her shoes, I'd run over to an exhaust shop and redo that entire cat-back and tuck it all way up to be all hidden like. Her's is not stock.

*for what it's worth, not like it matters really, but you should be using an offset in muffler to help reduce what's being seen in that pic. hehe.

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shane what are you still doing up!?
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Well we're replacing the steering shaft and adding the correct extension this morning. Thank god! Tires to go on Monday and hopefully, my hitch will be done soon so I can go get my exhaust redone.

And no, its not stock. Gotta see if they can do something with that muff too, I can remember why they had to hang it that way, I remember something about not enough room. Anyway....what do you think about exhaust coming out behind the tires diagonally? Or should I bump the dual look and go back out befhind the rear pass tire?
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Well we're replacing the steering shaft and adding the correct extension this morning. Thank god! Tires to go on Monday and hopefully, my hitch will be done soon so I can go get my exhaust redone.

And no, its not stock. Gotta see if they can do something with that muff too, I can remember why they had to hang it that way, I remember something about not enough room. Anyway....what do you think about exhaust coming out behind the tires diagonally? Or should I bump the dual look and go back out befhind the rear pass tire?
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Thats how I use to have mine ran. Kept the piping out of sight so all you saw was the tips.
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You need to get new wheels, look how crappy the offset looks in the back

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You need to get new wheels, look how crappy the offset looks in the back

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