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  1. mrdesanctis
    05-04-2012 02:31 PM - permalink
    yeah that would rub me the wrong way too. I'm going to enter my truck ( won't win anything) but I know a lot of people from that area so its more of a social event for me. If you do decide to go you should find the 2011 black ford owner and give me the grand tour of your truck I'm going to enter the loud pipe contest but I limit at 4,000 rpm so I don't think I'll win that either haha.
  2. mrdesanctis
    05-03-2012 04:27 PM - permalink
    Do you know about the Medomic valley high school car show? there is a thread about it in the maine chapter. If you want more info let me know... I know its short notice sorry.
  3. Hladky007
    10-05-2010 08:20 PM - permalink
    love your truck.
  4. Blacknd1977
    09-22-2010 05:52 PM - permalink
    Hey R U In for the Durham show on Sunday the 26th? I am.
    09-03-2010 01:26 PM - permalink
    Ken...Thanks for the REPS!!!
  6. sddesigns
    09-03-2010 07:13 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps Ken! One big happy family bro!
  7. spide4x4
    06-08-2010 01:33 AM - permalink
    If you run with very low air in the bags it rides good, its mainly for camper or haul'in stuff. Its nice cuz I can keep the truck looking level.
    You have a nice looking rig.
  8. plumber01
    06-07-2010 09:15 AM - permalink
    same here, catchin' up on paperwork and emails before I have to hit the Field and do some work
  9. g_k50
    06-06-2010 05:43 PM - permalink
    The oil clearances are limited by the tolerance of the tools used to build the parts. The new engines are built by computer controlled numerical machines and so the tolerances are closer than the engines built with hand controlled machines, also the engines were designed to be built with the tools that were available at the time they were designed. Long story short, old engines need a higher viscosity oil to fill the voids properly. It's tribology if you want to research it more.
  10. ford_boy_1996
    06-06-2010 12:11 AM - permalink
    Yeah I have seen your truck around.....Looks awesome

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    1977 F150 4X4 400 Auto
    1979 F250 4X4 400 Auto
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