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Old 02-08-2010, 08:21 AM
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Thumbs up New Member Annoucement - BroncoPimp94

Lets have a warm welcome for our newest member who goes by the name of BroncoPimp94 .

He has a 2001 F250 and he has just joined us on FTE 02/10.

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Old 02-08-2010, 10:17 PM
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Hi everyone in NJ. My name is Alan Moore. I currently have a 2001 F250 Crewcab Longbed V10 Superduty.

Here are some specs..
12.5" Donahoe suspension lift w/ crossover steering
42x15x20 Super Swamper SX2's.
20x12 KMC Rockstars in black.
K&N Intake system with Outerwears filter cover
Superchips Cortex programmer
Amp Research Power Steps
RBP 5" black exhaust tips
Flowmaster 40 Series muffler
Or-Fab spare tire carrier
All badges acetoned
Custom traction bars
JE Reel custom front driveshaft
Skyjacker braided brakelines front and rear
Chromed door handles and tailgate handle (anyone have stock black ones they wanna get rid of?)
Drop Hitch
Apline Ipod only headunit
JBL door and rear speakers
Sony Slim 12" sub with enclosure powered by a 300watt RMS MTX amp
Bilstein 5100 shocks
Donahoe dual steering stabilizer kit
Donahoe dual shock hoops
all exterior bulbs upgraded to LED
LED corner lenses
LED taillight enclosures
LED 3rd brakelight
HID headlamp kit
billet grille inserts
GlowShift gauges in a Gaugeworks Dash cluster
Accel Supercoil COP coilpacks with Accel U-groove plugs

I thinks about it for now...

upcoming mods are Definitely re-gearing the truck... it only has the stock 3.73's and I'm thinking at least 4.88's if not 5.13's. Also a set of fenderflares are top on my list...

anyhow I'm sure I'll post up more soon, in the meantime here's some pics.

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Oh BTW, you may notice that while I have a SuperDuty, my handle makes reference to a Bronco.... my previous truck was a 94 Bronco with a solid axle swap on 40's, so the handle from other forums has just stuck...

Looking forward to posting here!
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Old 02-08-2010, 10:30 PM
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Sweet looking truck Alan, if you have any questions I'm usually always around, we do have a monthly BS and chat thread, so feel free to join us there.

When you do get your 25 required posts, you can enable your PM in the User CP, and I send out occassional messages to the members, also you do need the 25 to setup your sig too.

Welcome have fun and hope to see you around and post often!
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Old 02-09-2010, 09:20 PM
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Well come to FTE. Nice truck. Does it ever see the mud or just a show queen?
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Old 02-09-2010, 10:53 PM
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Well come to FTE. Nice truck. Does it ever see the mud or just a show queen?
driven daily, never seen a show field, and I go pretty much where I want to with it...

thanks!
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Old 02-10-2010, 07:51 AM
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So it not a mud toy then if it your DD.
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96 F250XL Psd 4x4 180,000, afe intake, 3" DP, Isspro gauges, D60 swap, Chip, next Stage 1's
00 F250xlt,psd, 2wd, 3:73, 398,000 , K&N intake, super chip, auto! (Dad's)
97 F Super Duty 7.3L,ZF5,166xxx, Dump, New project
95 F250 RCLB 7.3 zf5 4x4 164xxx Plow truck
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Old 02-10-2010, 09:42 AM
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was it purpose built for mud? No. Did I build it to be a show queen like my previous rides? No. I built a daily driver that I didn't have to be obsessed with cleaning, polishing, wiping with a diaper etc... and whenever the moods strikes me to get it dirty, it get's dirty...

I just enjoy driving.
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Old 02-10-2010, 10:00 AM
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was it purpose built for mud? No. Did I build it to be a show queen like my previous rides? No. I built a daily driver that I didn't have to be obsessed with cleaning, polishing, wiping with a diaper etc... and whenever the moods strikes me to get it dirty, it get's dirty...

I just enjoy driving.
That is what I wanted to here. I can't stand when people build trucks like that and drive them once a month and never see mud. It an awesome looking truck.
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96 F250XL Psd 4x4 180,000, afe intake, 3" DP, Isspro gauges, D60 swap, Chip, next Stage 1's
00 F250xlt,psd, 2wd, 3:73, 398,000 , K&N intake, super chip, auto! (Dad's)
97 F Super Duty 7.3L,ZF5,166xxx, Dump, New project
95 F250 RCLB 7.3 zf5 4x4 164xxx Plow truck
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