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Old 04-01-2009, 09:57 PM
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What mods do you have done to your truck?

Well Jim I really liked the idea I'll post it up in the 7.3L section as well.

Basicly what all do you have done right now.

I currently have on my 2000 7.3L:

DP-Tuner, Isspro Gauges, 4in exhaust before the rear wheel exit, 140V IDM mod, Intank Mods, AIH Delete, Stancor GPR, 6637 W/ Petes Cover,

CCV W/ Rons filter, King Ranch Running boards, 07 Mirrors, 02 Headlights with silverstars, Wicked wheel on the turbo, Tennessee Walking Horse Grill, B&W Gooseneck ball, cab lights added, Powerslot Rotors to go on along with Hawk LTS Pads, Foil Delete W/ Ford Blue painted up pipes, back up lights, Warn Hubs,









I also have a Van turbo, black CPS, and DPP IC boots to add onto the truck as well.
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Old 04-08-2009, 07:04 PM
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Mods: 4" Turbo back Magnaflow Exhaust, 6637 w/ Pete's Filter Cover, AIH Delete, Foil Delete, Autometer C2 Boost, Trans, Pyro w/ Wood Grain Pillars

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Foil Delete w/ Painted Pipes and 6637 w/ Petes Cover:



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Old 04-08-2009, 07:31 PM
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Come on all you non-7.3ers! You're allowed to post here too ya know!

I've got an MBRP 4" turbo-back sitting in the truck bed still inside the box and a set of Performax gauges on the way as well as a 6637 intake w/one of other Pete's covers as well as some CCV parts.

Waiting for buster brown!
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I am in 'current mod mode' for my '85 rebuild. Rust took the bed sides and cab corners so I'm taking care of that with new paint. The 351W and C6 is tired so I'm swapping that with a 460 and Tremec 5spd.

It was my first vehicle, so I decided to keep it and spend the money to make it my own. It should be up and running around July or August (hopefully).
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Exterior mods for me, raised it 6" put 38s on it, painted it and decaled it. Next is the engine.

95 F-250 351w 5.8
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'76 F-350 Super Camper Special Ranger-XLT,390-V-8,4-speed. (Hauls @ss.)




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Anthony that looks like one cool looking rig. Fun project truck. What are your plans with it?
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Anthony that looks like one cool looking rig. Fun project truck. What are your plans with it?
Well if it doesn't rust in the next 70 years,I plan to do a full frame off restore.
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Old 04-14-2009, 02:06 AM
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Well i got havent done the mods to my pickup but got them with the pickup. It's a 80 VW Rabbit pickup with either the 1.5 or 1.6
Custom Turbo set up
30 gallon tank instead of a 12 gallon
center console out of sport edition Rabbit
Injection was cranked up a little after we had did a little checking
The only mod i have done myself electric fuel pump to help the old Bosh VE pump keep up with the cranked up fueling
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hear it goes....

08 mirrors, 08 rear diff cover, 3 inch lift, 35 in kuhmo m/ts, warn hubs, firestone air bags, f650 dash loaded with upfitters and mounted the air bag controlls, cb radio, dual whips mounted to my tool box from tractor supply, back up lights, aux lights in stock grille, exhaust cutout, airraid intake, power aid throttle body spacer, edge tuner, interior neons





i will get some pictures of the interior and of the engine(be warned engine may be really dirty)
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Old 04-14-2009, 12:28 PM
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Neat thread, I haven't done this in a while... Heres my 95 and the "new" 81... My only regret is their both regular cabs


My favorite mod... Cost all of about $12 at .50 a letter...



I hate that steering wheel, it needs to be replaced with something bigger.. But I like that seat cover...
This trucks a mess right now cause it needs a new alternator before I'll drive it anywhere... Next thing its getting is CB antennas on the mirrors, its got a Cobra 29...



Gotta have air horns...

The dash is all torn apart, the ignition rack broke... Haven't decided what to do, if anything, about that...
At night this truck looks like a Christmas tree I've been told... Not everybody likes lights as much as I do I guess...

They both run and are paid for...
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Justin,
You have a great looking truck. It looks like the kind of truck I will buy after college.
As for the mods to my truck, Heated Tow Mirrors, Tool Box, and does a John Deere sticker in the rear window and John Deere antenna topper count? lol








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here is one of the motor which i cleaned up

heres the dash
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Right now, I'm working on a REAL walnut dash/misc. pieces. I'll get pics later if ya want 'em.

Dual ram intake, 5"stack, bucket seats, 5-speed in place of the 4-speed.
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Right now, I'm working on a REAL walnut dash/misc. pieces. I'll get pics later if ya want 'em.

Dual ram intake, 5"stack, bucket seats, 5-speed in place of the 4-speed.
that sounds sweet. I would love to see pics. I rebuilt the dash on my 1970 13 foot whaler out of mahogany. what are you going to use to protect it from sun and such.
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