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Since everyone else was doin it I figured it's my turn!

When I bought it about a month ago with the old ranger:



Since then:

Husky floor liners
Window vent visors
Recon smoked LED third brake light
Recon line of fire
Nightshaded tails w/ LED bulbs
Black billet aluminum fuel door
Saleen grill
Black headlights
Black Ford tailgate emblem overlay
Scangage II
Additional overhead bin






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Bilstein 2" leveling shocks just arrived the other day, be on the lookout for bigger meats!

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wow thats sexy
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Looks good, i was just gonna say it needs the levelling kit!
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I love that, that is a very clean setup. That's the kinda look I like, nice, clean, and calm. Great job!
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Sweet! Looks good! About time you post some pictures!

Can you do me a favor and measure the front 5100 length? Center of the bushing to the top of the pin. I meant to measure mine before they went in but I forgot, and I'm curious.
Oh and I think I asked before, but what brand were the vent visors? The weathertech vent shade deals look like the come all the way down to the bottom in the front of the window, don't like that much.

Oh I think you should ditch the steps too!
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Makes me want to do the fullsize mod too lol
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thats mean looking! I loke it!
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Sweet! Looks good! About time you post some pictures!

Can you do me a favor and measure the front 5100 length? Center of the bushing to the top of the pin. I meant to measure mine before they went in but I forgot, and I'm curious.
Oh and I think I asked before, but what brand were the vent visors? The weathertech vent shade deals look like the come all the way down to the bottom in the front of the window, don't like that much.

Oh I think you should ditch the steps too!
Brian

Thanks man, the visors are made by Lund and I got em off summit. They're nicer than the ones I had on my ranger cuz these came with clips that popped inside the channel to push out the visor so they don't hold up the power windows any. I was told that they are a discontinued item from Lund however. Here is the part number on my reciept: LND-183507 ECLIPSE IN-CHANNEL

The front bilstein strut is a hair under 24.5", almost exactly 24 3/8"



It's sad that I actually like the look of the steps! It is weird having them on tho, never had them with the ranger so it was quite a change getting used to those things
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Thanks for the measurements.
I was 50/50 on my steps. Thing is, it is actually a lot easier to get in and out without the steps. My wife is 5'4" or something and didn't want me to get rid of them. Once I took them off she was surprised that it was actually easier, too.
Plus I sold them for $150 or something like that and spent the money on other stuff.
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That is sexay!!!!!!!!
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that kinda makes me wish i woulda just went ahead and got a full size
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At first I was def a little bit on the fence about getting rid of such a nice ranger, but after having this F150 for such a short time it's definately worth it. Just alot more capability than the ranger is what it comes down to. However, if I had the funds I'd for sure keep the 93 as a toy, maybe someday I'll pick up another TTB and see what I can do!
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Nice 150!

What type of tires are you looking to get? Size? I know I love mine, I drove an Fx4 the other day, idk about that column shifter though. lol
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Nice 150!

What type of tires are you looking to get? Size? I know I love mine, I drove an Fx4 the other day, idk about that column shifter though. lol
Thanks!

I'm so undecided about tires right now. Really would like 35x12.50s but I want to run aftermarket 18x9s. Heard they don't fit so well that way, lots of guys do it on the stock wheels but I like the wider stance. So now I'm leaning towards 305/65/18, wanted the dick cepek radial FC-II but they don't come in that size, probably will end up getting the BFG all terrains, loved them on the ranger. Heard the nitto terra grapplers are also a great choice.

What tires are you running? I think you switched to the bilstein kit right?

The column shifter definately grew on me. Since I miss driving the standard it's sorta close since I can still put my hand on it and act like I'm doin the work!
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I am still running stock FX4 18s and 32s on my F150 XLT at the moment. Plenty of tread left so I am not in too much of a rush.

I do have the front Bilsteins but just stock in the rear.

I want something bigger in some ways but still very undecided myself, so I wouldnt be much help in deciding which to run. LOL
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Zach if I can make it up to the dunes we'll pull the ranger around with mine and see if 35's are tolerable.

(assuming you don't get new tires before then)
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that would be awesome brian. hopefully you can make it.

yeah not gonna have 35s by then, probably not until the end of the summer.

I know I will be cruising by your neck of the woods a few times this summer to(depending on my route), pulling the ranger too.
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looks sick... seems like everybody is doin the F-150 mod these days
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Dang Eric your trucks comming along quick next step is some bigger meats!
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Dang Eric your trucks comming along quick next step is some bigger meats!
It's crazy how much more expensive tires get for 18s as compared to the 15s on the ranger
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It's crazy how much more expensive tires get for 18s as compared to the 15s on the ranger


Yes it is!
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