nice truck, x2 on some pics of the suspension, steering and whatnot, and it looks to me like some needs tom trianulation in their frame, oh and im not the most informed but about these trucks but are those stock axles? 53s with stock axles...ehh
'97 F150 4x4 DD for now
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Man... I'm lucky to clear 10.5 mpg on a good day... I would incredibly happy with your 14 lol.
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18X9 XD Badlands, 285/65 Dune Grapplers, Doug Thorley Headers, K&N, Chrome Grille, New headlights & corners, Bilsteins, Clear Cab Lights, White Lightning bar, LED dome lights, SCT LiveWire, LED 3rd brake light, FM 40, SuperWinch hubs, LED Tails
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Actually, the truck is my daily driver. It is the only vehicle I own so it goes everywhere. As for legallity issues, the only law we have in Colorado is the headlight height. I only run the driving lights on the bottom at night and I have had many cops tell me that works fine. There are several other big trucks around here that don't even do that and have no problem with the law.
I actually did not design the steering. It is a switchback system that requires you to flip the bottom drag link on the stock steering system. When I first got it back, the steering system worked terribly. However, I turned the Panyard bar around and ran it parallel to the bottom switchback and the thing handles like a stock truck! I have done some wheeling with it and it stood up to the challenge pretty easily!
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