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Old 11-18-2004, 05:15 PM
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My new Ride

Well i got some pics of my new truck, just thought i'd get your opinions on it.
Its alot bigger than my last one, 5.4 4x4. I just added the western guard to it,which i bought off the FTE classifieds. I got some suspension changes to do, one is removing the 4 inch block on the axle and putting in a 2inch to level the rear of the truck, then shocks, after that adding a amp and some subs into the rear doors, then maybe some wood grain to the interior to break-up the gray....so what do you think of the new ride guy's?
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Looks good! Where's the inside shot?
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Old 11-19-2004, 07:53 PM
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are those pics with the 4 inch blocks?
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Yes they are, the problem i'm have is the rear-end hops around on bumps and at highway speeds its no fun...the shocks are over extended.
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Old 11-19-2004, 08:12 PM
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Ah yes, i was going to say leave them in because the truck looks good in the pic but i agree with your reason for taking them out now.
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Hey Ray, you could throw about ten bags of quickrete in the bed that will level it out.
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Nice truck Ray.

I sure do miss my '99 and '00 F350's.
Check the air pressure you're running. That will have ALOT to do with ride quality. I always ran my lower to ease the bounce. My dually's always called for like 60 psi, I ran them at 45-50 with no issues(even with trailer).

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