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Don't worry I still have my 6.0, I didn't feel to bad with going to the 150 since I was keeping the 6.0 and I can use that for hauling. I just wanted something new for more of the day to day get around and hauling the light stuff.
I'll try to post pics tomorrow. By the time that I got done with everything it was pitch black out.
I guess I'll be hanging around the F-150 forums now too.
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Gonna make the 6.0 mad by letting it sit all that time now LOL I don't blame you Evan driving a 350 dually every day when it is not needed isn't the best in the world. You will LOVE that F-150 I would love to have a new one
Nice SCrew tex Ford really got it done when it comes to the interior on the new trucks. I'm sure on the trip when you get to your destination you wont be tired from the drive, maybe too relaxed from those seats.
Awesome ride; One day just one day I'll have one of those!!!!
Me too,, but by the time I can buy one it will be 12-15 years old, and I will have to have someone drive me, 'cause I'll be too damn old to do it myself!!!
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