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  1. Grandzjtsi
    02-11-2015 11:41 AM - permalink
    Grandzjtsi
    I do have tires available however I wasn't including them in the sale... These wheels are a set of 5 that's why I am asking $1,000, the wheels right now sell for 200-400 a piece in various states of condition plus I have 2 full sets of center caps and 2 full sets of lug nuts (one HD and one regular set)
  2. heyitsjustus
    11-28-2014 11:26 PM - permalink
    heyitsjustus
    Hey, I'm a new user, (and a pretty young kid), and i just got my first truck. It it a 79 F150 custom with a short bed, But i have a lot of work to do for it. I am currently removing the dash pad (because it is faded and cracked) but i need a little help.

    I know that i have to take off the gauges and glove box but for the love of God I can't get off this plastic front dash piece.

    Click the image to open in full size.

    I have the original radio and heater. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You.
  3. RenoSteve
    03-18-2013 10:01 PM - permalink
    RenoSteve
    Hi I'm wanting to level my 78 f250 with sd springs. I have had confounding results on if they will level or not. Currently I can get a pair of 04 diesel springs for 70$. Are the diesel springs different than gas engine ones, and do you know if I can get the desired two inch lift from them? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  4. old blue beast
    10-13-2012 07:54 PM - permalink
    old blue beast
    Hey. I can see you know your stuff when it comes to rear diff's. Now that i've learned this info, it outs me in a real hrad spot. I spent $500 on a P.O.S that i thought i could use the rear diff out of. My dad wants to know if i can use the hubs off the dually and put them on my SRW. I wana know what kind of axle will bolt up to my truck.. like an 95' F-350 or a 86' F-350 or somethin... Can you help me out? I kinda have a deadline cause i got a guy comin on the 21st to look at, and possibly buy, the SRW out of my 77'.
  5. Monster-4
    06-04-2012 11:39 PM - permalink
    Monster-4
    Thanks for the rep!
  6. ToysRUs
    04-22-2012 10:56 PM - permalink
    ToysRUs
    I found this little $12 part.
    You wire it into a speaker wire and to a power wire. (both which are going to the sub, using high level to give sub signal) and when the speaker wire senses voltage it turns on the sub. Then it waits 1 min after the speaker stops sending voltage and then shuts the sub off.
    I can wire it either behind the spare tire panel where all the wires come out OR probably on the sub itself....
    Pulled my radio and there is no "remote" blue wire and I don;t want the sub on all the time the truck is on. (I don't always use the radio.)
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  7. ToysRUs
    04-22-2012 03:56 PM - permalink
    ToysRUs
    Hi,
    Thanks for replying to my post. Ive seen that you have dove into the radio thing. Im wondering if you found a remote trigger wire from the oem rse radio? Im wiring a little band pass sub also today and nedd to wire a trigger. Do you have any thoughts?
    Thanks
    D.J.
  8. ToysRUs
    04-16-2012 08:27 PM - permalink
    ToysRUs
    Yeah, I don't expect the Bass. The fronts already give more bass than stock. I think the oem baffles are the problem. So a piece of peel and seal between the baffle and the door and what do you think about a piece around the baffle sealing all the gaps in it? OR I thought about sealing the baffle gaps and cutting a hole in the door panel to use the door cavity as the front does???????
  9. ToysRUs
    04-16-2012 05:10 PM - permalink
    ToysRUs
    Since you have recently done a nice component speaker install I thought you might have thoughts on my install. This weekend I came across a great deal on 4 infinity Kappa 682.9's. ($64/pair) Nice coax speakers with adj tweeter. Install was the easiest ever.
    The fronts rock out, the rear doors not so much. I think it is the crappy surface mount housing.
    I tried taping up the edges to seal the box but that's not the problem.
    Do you have any ideas?
    My goal is to make the stock system sound better not high endy. I've kind of met that already.
    I may add a bazooka or a thin mount sub under a rear seat later we'll just see.
  10. locknload223
    03-03-2012 03:48 PM - permalink
    locknload223
    Thanks for the reps!!

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  • About hasteranger
    Location
    West Virginia
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    WV
    Country
    usa
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    1978
    Current Mileage
    25,000 - 49,999
    Miles per year
    0 - 999
    Induction
    Nitrous
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    '04 4wd Excursion Limited PSD tow rig, studded, Sinister Egr delete, redhead steering box. V codes, Dana 60.
    78 4wd Supercab on RCLB frame with 5' flatbed,frame bobbed 6", 460/C6/NP203/205 doubler, 05 superduty one tons, cage arms, deaver 6" springs

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