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Old 11-04-2007, 06:27 PM
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New (to me) Harley F150 Owner (again)

Hello All,

I am a former owner of a 2000 Harley truck and regret the day I sold it.

Things are good again....I picked up a 2003 F150 Harley yesterday. 51,000 miles and new tires. I bought it from the original owner and it has never been modified or wrecked. It's Black with the Silver sides. Has the power moonroof and the back window slider. Not sure what was and was not an option but the truck seems to have everything except a Hitch.

Needs:

Some sort of bed liner. (bed is in excellent condition but I plan to use it like a truck occasionally)

A hard tonneau cover.

If anyone in the Detroit area has a line on nice used ones let me know.

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Ken Wolkens
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Old 11-18-2007, 01:17 AM
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Sweet score!

Post up some pictures when you get a chance!

Do you mind sharing how much the truck cost ya?

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Old 11-18-2007, 10:41 PM
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The guy took $20,500.00 for it.

Has a daughter in med school. Needed cash.

Only things I had to do was replace the brake pads and the fog lamps. Ended up doing drilled/slotted rotors and posi-quiet pads from R1 concepts for $280.00 with shipping. I've used their stuff on my Excursion, LS and my wifes Aviator with success. Got the fog lamps on ebay for $120.

So far I've added a factory hitch scored off ebay ($100) and an ARE hard tonneau ($350) found on craigslist.

Only disappointment is the silver/gray centers of the seats. They dirty to easily and are a pain to get clean.

I'll figure out how to get some shots up.

Ken
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Old 11-27-2007, 09:51 AM
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If keeping the seats clean is a disappointment, I'll trade you my 2000 and I'll keep the two-tone seats clean for you. Congrats on the truck. That would be my truck of choice if I got rid of mine.
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Old 11-27-2007, 01:19 PM
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so how is the new hd doing for you? feel me in lol..i really want one of those beautiful trucks
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Old 11-27-2007, 09:18 PM
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Actually looking for a set of skins in all black. Will keep the originals but like the black better. Just me.

So far i love it. Have not driven much. Travelling for work quite a bit and the weather is lousy in Michigan now. She's in the garage.
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