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Old 07-26-2014, 05:21 PM
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I'm glad that everyone is enjoying their cars! Lets go Ford!
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Wow that's alot for an 01 - where'd he go, around the world a bunch of times?
I have no idea. he told us when he came and picked it up that he has one that has more than that and that the mileage is right.
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I have a 2003 f150 supercrew 4x4. 5.4L Is mine the only one that is a bitch to remove the oil filter. Up and away and very little room the get to.How do you guys remove yours? almost forgot 142k miles
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I have a 2003 f150 supercrew 4x4. 5.4L Is mine the only one that is a bitch to remove the oil filter. Up and away and very little room the get to.How do you guys remove yours? almost forgot 142k miles
do you have a skid plate? you kinda just have to fish your filter wrench up there to loosen it
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Yes on skid plate..I'll remove it and see if it can make it easier to remove..
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2001 F150 Supercab 4x4 Off Road 5.4 only 108k .355 LS rear BFG KOs
This has been the best truck I ever owned. I have replaced one battery and did regular maintenance. Before this truck I had a Chevy 4x4 and it wasn't nearly as good as this truck has been. I use my 4x4 for hunting and don't mind puttin it in the woods.
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221,745 miles on my '99 F-150 4.6 V8 Super Cab 4x4. I have the oil leak on the right rear of engine and thought at one time about having the darn gaskets replaced, but for what the shop wanted...$2k...I can buy a lot of oil for that.

While I have y'all's attention, what kind of can of worms would I be opening up swapping the 4.6 out to a 5.4? When I bought my truck new, I did not get the 5.4 because I didn't ever think I'd need the extra power/torque for hauling a trailer. I've had a trailer now for the last ten years, anywhere from a 16' enclosed for my hot rod to an 18' lo-boy for brush and wood.

Or maybe just have a re-manufactured 4.6 installed.

Wondering if I would have issues with the computers? ANY help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance.

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Old 09-13-2014, 10:10 AM
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My new to me XL 4x4 has 244k+. 4.6 Romeo. Gomma change the oil this weekend and send a sample to blackstone labs and see whats going on inside.
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98 4.6l 247000 on it and purrs like a kitten.... now.. bought it in 2010 with 207k after a small fire, replaced alot of melted plastic, drove it, parked it for a year and a half, went to fire, was hydrolocked. got it to fire, drove it withe leaking intake gaskets, finially replaced today to get heat back for the winter, new brake lines an PS lines, and a water pump. pulls my 800# atv and 1900# camper as good as i need. ford i wouldnt have it any other way.......
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Old 11-04-2014, 12:00 AM
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wrong section but i figure id give a post for my neighbor, 1997 f250 351, 450k on it, slick 50 treatment every 50k. i replaced the first rusted brake line last winter for him, impressive for wisconisn winters....
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I just bought a 02 4x4 with the 5.4 with 200k+ miles on it and love it.
I have a 97 f150 2wd with the v6 with 300k+ miles for a farm truck and its great too. It leaks oil though, but not enough to warrant fixing.
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I decided to make sure Im keeping mine into retirement. I installed a new motorcraft 5.4 reman into mine last month. The original engine was still purring fine at 185000 but this gives me motivation to not ever trade it off. I see way too many issues with new models and mine has none.
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Homer' you chicken, changing a good engine out.
I'm at 244,000 and see no end yet on an 02 4.6.
Good luck.
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I have a 2003 f-150 7700 lariat! It has 188,000 KM (about 116,000 miles). It's a great truck, I love it, and I wouldn't trade it for anything. The only thing I've had to do to it, (other then the usual maintenance), was change the rear diff oil when it started rattling going around corners.
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Homer' you chicken, changing a good engine out.
I'm at 244,000 and see no end yet on an 02 4.6.
Good luck.
LOL, well yes I am sure it would have gone a lot farther, but Im going to be 60 in a couple months and who knows how long Ill be healthy enough to do that swap.
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