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Old 11-27-2008, 11:45 AM
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Didn't drop mine too much. 4" in the rear and maybe 2" in the front.Click the image to open in full size.
Great stance, good looking truck!
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Didn't drop mine too much. 4" in the rear and maybe 2" in the front.Click the image to open in full size.
Very very nice ride. I looked at your gallery to get some more details on the motor and intake but no gallery Guys we realy need to use the gallery section, with trucks like this and several others on here the gallery is great more pics and info without tearing up a thread
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Nice lookin' truck tankrsc.... what engine do you have lurking under those two 4-bbl. carbs mate?? ..... gonna really 'leap off the line', this truck
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I quoted rickh51 that is his truck. But I agree that is a bad lookin ride. He said it has has a warmed up 302 in it. Looks like it tough as nails don't it
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Ford141, NICE TRUCK! I'm planning on going the same route with my truck. what size tires are you running?
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Old 11-28-2008, 08:11 PM
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tankrsc, I made my gallery a long time ago, but I can't figure out how to put pics in it.
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Go to UserCP on the line just above the first post on the left. After you click it go to the far left side of the page and click on edit Gallery. Once you get there you can scroll down and there will be a box for BROWSE click it and add pic from your computer or better yet your IMG from Photobucket and they will be on here from then on
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alright, I got the pics I want in the boxes on the edit gallery page, but when I push upload it does nothing.
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I don't know then, that should have worked it does and did on mine. Mabey one of the moderators will se this and be able to help
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Wow! this is cool. I was bored and just browsing around. glad I found this thread. I have already made plans to do a complete drop with DJM SUSPENSION. Probably in May. gonna due the trailer too!! Had always wanted to do this and did not know how until I saw the episodes on TRUCKS.

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Ford141, NICE TRUCK! I'm planning on going the same route with my truck. what size tires are you running?
Flyfisher, At the time the pics were taken I was running my dad's '95 F150 wheels and tires, which were 235/75/15 on 15x7 stock wheels. Currently it has 15x8 steelies painted body color with chrome trim rings and 255/70s installed. Looks a little tougher with the wider wheels and handles a little better. Its tucked away in the shed right now while I rebuild the motor, so I can't get a pic, but I'll get one soon.
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Ford141, Did u have to change any of the steering likage on the drop I beams, or was it basically a bolt in?
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Ford141, Did u have to change any of the steering likage on the drop I beams, or was it basically a bolt in?

djm supplies the drop piece for the steering linkage with the beams.
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Ford141.. i was just about to ask you what truck you pulled thoses rims off of. Those
95' rims would look awesome on mine.
This is how real men lower thier trucks round here..lol yall got some good lookin ones even though im not one for the lowerds
Some one was tlkn ealier and said the stock F-100 springs werent worth anything. i beg to differ. it takes 500-700lbs to Level my truck. It took 1500lbs to do that. And No thats not fully bottomed out.. bout an inch or 2 left.lol
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