i like the body lift idea were i already have one sitting on a shelf from a parts truck and im needing 1/4" to get the cab to line up with the bed just the matter of milling 1/4" off the rear mounts. my main issue with most body lifts is that the cab and frame get so far apart you can see a huge gap but it does not look like that is a issue on the high boys. do you have a straight on side pic i could see how the frame looks under the body?
1976 F-250 Highboy, 360 2bbl carb, mild cam, 35x12.5x16.5 BFG All Terrains. 3in body 4in suspension. Divorced transfer case with c6 transmission.
That sure is a nice looking truck you have there. I have those same wheels on my truck. What do you use to clean them? I use HVAC coil cleaner, and rinse very, very thoroughly. I love the look of those old highboys.
I use some HVAC coil cleaner. If you read the active ingredients in the Eagle One, then match them up in the coil cleaner, you can get it cheaper and undiluted. I can get it for about $8 a gallon. Don't even need to use a stiff brush.
Pretty much the same situation as mine was in.... Straight pipes are loud as hell especially when they dump anywhere near the cab, but obviously you already knew that
I had mine dumping like yours before the rear axle for a while, then I bought some pipe and fittings and clamps and got it out from under the truck and man it makes a hell of a difference in the exhaust note. I have mine coming out at 45 degree angles right before the rear tires. Looks good and sounds even better. Only cost me about 30 bucks.
1994 F-150 XLT 302/4R70W
1994 Lincoln Mark VIII LSC
2001 Expedition EB
Update on whats goin on.. Took the roll bar out. IMO looks better. Added a Tachometer, and a radio. the radio is in a temporary postiton till i figure out what im gonna do..
What kind of tach is that? I have mine in the same location and its not working right. From what I've been told I need another one. I can't seem to by one only to take another chance of it not working.
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