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  • About i eat hybrids
    Landscapin, goin to school to become a FF, workin on my truck etc.
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
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    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    40,000 - 49,999
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    2006 Ford F350 Crew Cab Long bed, 4x4, 6.0L PSD

    2006 F150 Ext cab black (traded in on F350)

    2001 Ford Excursion, 4x2, 6.8L V-10, 4" lift, 33" BFG A/T (Totaled, May 2009 RIP)


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  • Last Activity: 07-01-2013 05:48 PM
  • Join Date: 09-14-2005
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  1. i eat hybrids
    01-21-2011 06:04 PM - permalink
    Thats the picture i was looking for! Thanks again so much!! What size are your duratracs? Ive been running the same tires!
  2. camodown
    01-19-2011 02:58 PM - permalink
    That is before the front bumper

    As you can see, I actually have built a 'control' panel out of diamond plate Al and removed the 'factory' Go Light controller and made my own mount. The Go Light I have is hard wired, not wireless. I don't like remote only ones, and dont' need a remote and base control. It also just so happens the permanent mount wired basic dash control Go Light is also the least expensive haha.
    If there are any particular pictures let me know!
  3. camodown
    01-19-2011 02:58 PM - permalink
    With the spot lens it is bright, but is a very focused beam. It uses a replaceable bulb, whereas the flood is a glass fixture with non replaceable bulb. I was not blown away by it, but in HID I am sure it would do well. The spot reaches out beyond high beams, but is focused. Price becomes a limiting factor though; hence the Lightforce lights on the grill. I felt they would be a nice addition with the Golight rather than put all my money into just the remote control light. I notice when it is really cold, it goes into protect mode and won't rotate very well, but when it warms up it is fine... Let me know if you can see pictures here. I'll try to post them here
  4. i eat hybrids
    01-19-2011 08:11 AM - permalink
    No problem! more pics would be helpful.. Do you have side shots? Thanks again! and thanks for the link.. I bookmarked it untill i get some more cash

    Also, im stuck between a back rack or a headache rack.. So how do you like your go light? Is it bright? Thats prob the exact light ill get with the dash kit and a wireless remote. Also whats the difference between spot or flood?
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  6. camodown
    01-17-2011 11:42 PM - permalink
    Hey, thanks for the reps. I chose the no nonsense approach for outfitting my truck and while many don't like it, it gets the job done and looks good. Practicality first. The rack is actually custom made for the oilfield so it isn't an actual name brand; any welder/fabricator can take care of you. If you need any more pics let me know! Oh, and as far as the Go Light, you can get two lenses. Spot or flood. I have the spot. If I have to do it over, I would get the Go Light that has the in dash panel with position display Magnalight has them..

    Take care
  7. i eat hybrids
    12-20-2009 03:35 PM - permalink
    Thanks, i got its a street scene grille.
  8. Joe28443
    12-12-2009 02:10 PM - permalink
    thats a sweet looking grille, I thought about doing the 05 swap but now that I see that, i might reconsider
  9. i eat hybrids
    11-15-2009 03:09 PM - permalink
    Thanks, i would do anything to get that truck back lol. But ya, it was a v-10
  10. 11-15-2009 09:36 AM - permalink
    So is your truck a gasser or diesel?

    Looks great buy the way. Thanks

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