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  1. 460mayhem
    04-22-2014 01:52 PM - permalink
    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
  2. Crewcabber
    04-04-2014 06:24 PM - permalink
    I wanted to ask you where you got your front markers and headlights.
  3. fishngdude
    03-24-2014 08:22 PM - permalink
    Brad, thanks for the look at your garage w/ all of the different mirror styles Great rides man, Tim aka fishngdude,
  4. hairyboxnoogle
    02-10-2014 10:30 PM - permalink
    Whats size tires are you running on the blue and white truck?
  5. motrhed
    01-15-2014 10:28 PM - permalink
    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!
  6. speedracer7c
    12-18-2013 09:40 AM - permalink
    hey I was wondering if you had the link bar that connects the t-case to the shifter for a zf-4407 case. I converted the truck to a zf and i think i didnt measure right when i cut and welded the one on the e40d; I have no 4x4 high only low. The part is obsolete from the dealer and theres no dealers showing stock in the country.
  7. shellyinak
    08-18-2013 05:53 PM - permalink
    I am not sure if I posted my question correctly I "quoted" it to your thread on body swaps. 80F250 body onto 83F250 rolling chassis. It looks like it is a yes, but I wanted to confirm. Thank you. Oh and they are gas engines.
  8. 1975MudRat
    08-05-2013 04:30 PM - permalink
    Hey, I was checkin out your 96. I really like the headlights! What are they?
  9. memphis88
    07-10-2013 10:05 PM - permalink
    Hey brother I was told you know a few things about rhino lining. I've been thinking about doing it to my bronco. Or the rattle can bed liner which I've heard works pretty good. Any suggestions?
  10. johnmcarguy
    06-15-2013 09:40 AM - permalink
    Hey, saw an old post of yours about gen 2 lightning wheels on a gen 1. You had a pic (now expired) of what the lugs should be and how they fit. Do you know exactly what model/year lugs will fit? I tried 80-86 f350, but can't find 1/2" with washer. Can you send me that old pic? Any help would be greatly appreciated! John.

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