Companion slider hitch goes in tomorrow. That thing is a beast
Yes, yes it is. It is NOT a one person job to install.
You know you live in Colorado if you know where the REAL South Park is.
2008 F-250 6.4 PSD SRW King Ranch on optional 20's, Undercover Tonneau, Line-X,
B&W turnover & Companion slider
2013 40' Infinity 3640RL 5er
2004 F250 SD SCREW; V10, 4R100, 3.73's -- 2006 Expedition XLT; 5.4 V8, 4R75 3.73's -- 1979 F350 Trailer Special; 460, C6, 4.10's Moderation Guidelines and how they are enforced
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I specifically asked them not to raise the bed. I don't care about a notch in the bed flange. Just a truck.
I get that, My hitch was in when I bought the truck so I didn't have to tell them to do anything, I am very **** about that kind of stuff though. When I did my 6.0 cooler mod I didn't just use splices on the lines like everyone else does I got the factory ford lines and transitioned them instead.. I do like Meborders suggestion of just beating it with a hammer..
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2003 F250 fx4 cc short box. 5.4 , 4.30 gears, flowmaster 50 , spd Y pipe , eagle alloys , 285/70/17 nitto terra grapplers, SCT X3 tuned , warn manual hubs, 6.0 trans cooler mod
2006 Keystone sprinter copper canyon
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