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  1. footonford
    09-02-2014 03:41 PM - permalink
    footonford
    Brad
    I am new to the site but your links were referred to me by a friend since I am in the process of getting new springs for my 1997 F350 4x4 7.3 crew with 295,000 miles.
    I have owned the truck since 1998 and it lives with a camper on its back and has 19.5 Rickson wheels and Hankook tires along with Rancho shocks that could use to be changed.
    I am planning on going with a new RSK kit along with some X codes in the front but not sure on rear springs and also looking for suggestion on shocks
    Thanks you very much
    Brock
  2. Dick Allen
    08-20-2014 05:57 PM - permalink
    Dick Allen
    Brad, I am interested in buying one of your PSW super cooling Rad Supports for a 96 F350. Please contact me at 734-347-1150.
    Dick Allen
    Lambertville, MI
    dickallen@bex.net
  3. cadcliff
    08-07-2014 12:54 AM - permalink
    cadcliff
    I am getting a 2000 F450 with a standard cab. I think it was a Cab n chassis set up to begin with....Can I put on a larger cab?....prefer Crew cab.
  4. ranger429
    07-03-2014 09:57 PM - permalink
    ranger429
    PM's cleared
  5. golf&venture
    05-16-2014 12:52 AM - permalink
    golf&venture
    Thank you Brad for your suggestion on an 86 to 87 Ford Diesel. I'm golf&venture the Brand new member. So I looked up an 86 Ford Diesel 4x4 and this Ford Ranger listed. It must be a mid size truck for it comes with a 4 cylinder, whats your opinion of this........rare, rare, rare, and runs great,
    gets awesome mileage, at least 40mpg

    it is a 4 cylinder, Turbo Diesel, factory engine, with a factory 5 speed manual transmission

    great paint
    starts up right away,

    this is a great investment, you will not find one of these, especially ready to go
  6. 460mayhem
    04-22-2014 01:52 PM - permalink
    460mayhem
    Hey brad I love you white and blue ford dually what size tires and lift did you have on it I plan on doing a 4 inch lift with some 35's
  7. Crewcabber
    04-04-2014 06:24 PM - permalink
    Crewcabber
    I wanted to ask you where you got your front markers and headlights.
  8. fishngdude
    03-24-2014 08:22 PM - permalink
    fishngdude
    Brad, thanks for the look at your garage w/ all of the different mirror styles Great rides man, Tim aka fishngdude,
  9. hairyboxnoogle
    02-10-2014 10:30 PM - permalink
    hairyboxnoogle
    Whats size tires are you running on the blue and white truck?
  10. motrhed
    01-15-2014 10:28 PM - permalink
    motrhed
    Hi Diesel_Brad, I just got a '97 F250HD with the Alcoa wheels and no center caps. Don't really care for the look of the originals anyway, would like to do a more typical push-through style but not sure about the tight fit to the hub. I see in a thread from about a year ago you mentioned you've used the push-through style on these trucks before, do you know what particular brand/model caps you used? I see one made by Gorilla, pn HC232, looks like it has a good chance of fitting. Did you have to do anything special to get the push-through center caps to work with the stock Alcoa wheels, given the tight fit between the wheels/hubs? THANKS!

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  • About Diesel_Brad
    Location
    Gilbert, PA
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    PA
    Country
    United States
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-350
    Year
    1996
    Current Mileage
    75,000 - 99,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
    Ride
    trucks
    Engine type and displacement
    460
    Induction
    S/C
    Major modifications
    Everything
    Tranny type
    Manual
    Race weight
    7200
    Horsepower
    250?
  • Signature
    Looking for Blue 40-20-40 seats. PM me !!!

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