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  1. DaveD(SK)
    03-01-2018 10:29 AM - permalink
    Hello Painted Horse,
    Thanks for replying to my post on axle ratios. I see in your description that you have the pretty much the same truck that I am considering, even the same color except the one I am looking at has the 6.75 foot box.

    If you don't mind I'd like to ask a few questions.
    How do you like the truck overall?
    Do you know what you fuel economy is on the highway when empty?
    What did you do to level the truck?

    Dave D
  2. f450horse
    05-18-2017 06:19 PM - permalink
    Hi there. Someone recommended you for advice. Can you please take a look at my post? Thanks
  3. 651_F350_KR
    01-22-2016 06:32 AM - permalink
    Awesome, thanks. That's what I was expecting but wasn't sure.
  4. 651_F350_KR
    01-21-2016 10:34 AM - permalink
    Quick questions about leveling your truck. Does the front end sit higher than the rear when you hook up your trailer with it leveled? Or does the whole truck stay level when towing?

  5. FFJamison
    08-23-2015 06:20 PM - permalink
    how hard was it to mount the lights in the rear bumper
  6. pphan13
    08-15-2015 04:53 PM - permalink
    Love the truck there. Looks awesome. You're running the exact wheel size I want and I was wondering what offset those wheels are. The stick out just the right amount I want.

    Thanks for the help!
  7. Danattherock
    07-19-2015 11:22 AM - permalink
    That's a bad as set up man. Thanks for sharing. I'm thinking about a 20" light bar between the two hooks. Not sure. But rear lights would be very useful at times. Thanks again.
  8. Danattherock
    07-18-2015 11:57 AM - permalink
    Sorry man, forgot to ask in last message. Read you got a 20" front light bar and rear bumper lights. Both interest me. Curious what you bought and how they are holding up. Also wondering where rear lights are mounted. Can they be put into bumper or are the mounted below. Sounds like a nice upgrade either way.

  9. Danattherock
    07-18-2015 10:10 AM - permalink
    Read old post on Dieselstop forum where you talked about height of your 350 in reference to fitting in garage. I've got standard 7' tall door and wanting to buy new F-350 lariat 4x4 with marker lights and 20" wheels. But not factory wheels likely. May opt for slightly wider 20x9" wheels and put Toyo A/T ot Goodyear Duratrac. Not sure, guess wheel/tire height would be same. I will have to order truck so was curious if you knew if it would fit. Thanks for any info.

  10. Hdslider
    01-31-2012 07:59 PM - permalink
    Painted. I have acquired a dump trailer. Is it best to run separate wiring from truck batts to trailer pump battery to charge.I thought about using the trailer break away pin,but figured amp draw during a dump would pop fuses. Thanks Paul

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    2017 F350 CCLB SRW 6.7L Auto 4x4 3.55, Ultra 20x9 wheels wearing Toyo 295/65r20, Leveled, BAKflip MX4 tonneau, Reflex Spray in liner,


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