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  1. Sailor_Roy
    03-03-2017 01:18 AM - permalink
    Thanks Epic...........Good bunch of guys. A number of us are headed to Maine for a week G2G. 3rd week of July.
  2. jkiss104
    02-24-2017 10:48 AM - permalink

    When you installed your 1.5 in leveling kit on your new super duty, did you need to fix any castor? I am interested in how it handled and if any alignment issues were noted. I think i would rather do this route on mine than do the 2.5 and deal with castor issues again. On my 2012 i did a 2.5 and castor bushings but it just didn't seam to drive as well as it was stock.

  3. BigStu59
    01-26-2017 10:49 PM - permalink
    Epic hi,

    Have you done a video that shows how to install the trailer camera? Any tips, tricks, and heads up would be awesome.

    Thank you Stuart
  4. RainDesert
    12-25-2016 04:54 PM - permalink
    I'm curious how those 1/4" spacers are working now that you have had them on for awhile? Will you keep them long term? Thanks
  5. Karl4Cat
    08-11-2016 01:42 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps bud. Glad to see you back posting!
  6. andrewgushee
    05-09-2016 08:34 PM - permalink
    Seeking sage advice. I have a 2011 350 diesel with 116xxx miles on it. I would like to level the truck a little more than what it is. I still would like to keep the rear a smidge higher but not as much as it is currently. I want to replace my shocks at the same time. I was thinking of going with a 2" level kit for the coil springs. I saw on your one video that you used the rancho xl shocks for the front and removed your bracket extension for the shocks. In your opinion, can I go for a 2" level kit for the springs and just go right to a longer shock? I am thinking of switching to fox shocks. Or am I better off going with the same rancho xl you used? thanks for the advice, Andrew
  7. Y2KW57
    01-22-2016 11:42 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the reps!
  8. WJSmittyroc250
    09-18-2015 01:34 PM - permalink
    I first saw your videos when I was browsing through youtube to get some more info on my 6.7. Your videos have helped out a lot. I am wanting to do a horn setup similar to yours using an electric solenoid for the air horn. Is there any way you could send a parts list that you used to put it all together?
  9. z28johnny
    07-31-2014 07:03 PM - permalink
    I live in salt lake too and every time I go to add a mod to my truck you pull up in my Google searches. I'm wanting to add the same airbag set up that you have. I have an 8" procomp lift and the bump stops are relocated to a higher position off the axle than stock. Do you think this would be an issue!?
  10. Iowa Ford
    07-11-2014 10:48 PM - permalink
    Iowa Ford
    Thinking its about time for some more "Epic" vids or how to !!

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  • About EpicCowlick
    North of Salt Lake City
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Country of Residence
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
  • Signature
    2017 6.7L Platinum SRW CC Toyo RT 37/12.50/20 2.5 inch ReadyLift level, Retrax Pro MX bed cover, Rhino Liner
    Previous: 2011 6.7L Lariat SRW CC


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