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nice truck and i love that nightrider light
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Noob question here... what's with the rails??? Are those anchors on the sides?? I've never seen that before...
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nice truck! i imagine the 4.0 in a reg cab and 5 spd must move pretty good!
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nice truck! i imagine the 4.0 in a reg cab and 5 spd must move pretty good!
No kidding! i would love to have a regular cab 4.0 with a 5 speed!
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It's got plenty of get up and go with that in there. Well I figured since i'm only 5'4 they'll be great when I get a lift put on.
damn and i thought i was short lol nice truck tho i love it
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great truck, your motor is really clean...
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Noob question here... what's with the rails??? Are those anchors on the sides?? I've never seen that before...
I bought these from Hillyard on here last year and he took the tie downs from the STX F-150's and put them on there. Actually may be looking to sell these so I can add an over-the-rail toolbox.

Since my truck is my DD, I can't afford to really put it in anything offroad. I do take it around my buddy's pasture and around the lake since it's down. Pretty much everything stays clean.

The 4.0 is pretty quick in this setup. I had a 92 4x2 with 3.0 that I ran 0-60 in 9 secs flat and this truck seems to blow it out of the water. Thought bout a tuner and playing with it on the dyno. Nothing major maybe just fine tune it.
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i wish my little beast was a 4.0

of course...a 5.0 wouldn't hurt either

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sweet truck!
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Looks awesome! I'll take those bed rail caps if your selling them. Been looking forever.
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good lookin truck dude. anderson sc? what part?
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I bought these from Hillyard on here last year and he took the tie downs from the STX F-150's and put them on there. Actually may be looking to sell these so I can add an over-the-rail toolbox.
Sweet... so you had to cut into the rails to mount the tie downs? Do you have closer pics of the rails?
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so the super lift and body lift and 35's and 15x10 on order yet?
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good lookin truck dude. anderson sc? what part?
Townville to be exact but not many people has ever heard of it LOL

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Sweet... so you had to cut into the rails to mount the tie downs? Do you have closer pics of the rails?
I didn't really pay attention to how he mounted them when I put them on. I've never used them either so no idea how well they work. I'll get ya pic and post it in a little bit.

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so the super lift and body lift and 35's and 15x10 on order yet?
HAHA I almost thought about spending my tax dollars on a Superlift but bills have to come first. If everything goes right, i'll either have it later this year or beginning of next year.
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Very Nice looking truck. I wish my 92 had the SOHC 4L, lol. Im assuming that you have a 5 speed Manual tranny. Not a 5 speed Auto tranny right?
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Very Nice looking truck. I wish my 92 had the SOHC 4L, lol. Im assuming that you have a 5 speed Manual tranny. Not a 5 speed Auto tranny right?
Yeah a 5 speed manual
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Sweet. I would like to drive one of the newer ones that are manual. I loved my 07 4L auto and man I couldnt imagine it in a manual. It would be too much fun, lol.
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[QUOTE=DSFD506;1197868]Townville to be exact but not many people has ever heard of it LOL



you're right.lol i havent heard of it. i go through anderson alot though. simpsonville is pretty much the same way, nobody knows where it is unless you're from around here.
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the truck looks great! do you run a front plate? if not you should take the empty bracket off. i took mine off...er well broke it off. and it looks a ton better. in my opinion it would be a great addition..er well subtraction in a way. to your truck
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you're right.lol i havent heard of it. i go through anderson alot though. simpsonville is pretty much the same way, nobody knows where it is unless you're from around here.
Yeah you can pass through Townville and not even know it. We're actually exit 11 off of 85.

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the truck looks great! do you run a front plate? if not you should take the empty bracket off. i took mine off...er well broke it off. and it looks a ton better. in my opinion it would be a great addition..er well subtraction in a way. to your truck
You mean my front tag bracket ? It's got my thin blue line tag in it. I didn't like how the truck looked without the bracket on there.
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5'4'' FTW!!

nice truck, def deserves to be double lifted with 35s, itll be like the truck in the second Walking Tall
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5'4'' FTW!!
One of my Sgt's I work with is 6'8'' and we tell the patients i'm the beast LOL

Today i'm gonna test fit my brother's 33x12.50 Yokohama's off his Ranger and post a few pics to see how it looks. And get Marie her rail pics.
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Here are 2 pics from my camera phone of the test fitment with my brother's tires. I forgot he got rid of the Yoko's and now has Maxxis Big Horn's on 15x10 rims. They fit fine but rubbed the fender flares bout half way turned. I wonder if all terrains would have this problem since they aren't knobby like those are ? I'll post the better pics tomorrow.

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dude, i love the night rider light things in your grill.
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dude, i love the night rider light things in your grill.
The more and more I look at it, I just can't imagine it without that on there. The red and grey clash perfectly.
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