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  • About howler4x4
    Biography
    NOVA (nova4x4.org) Communications Officer, Long Island Off Road Club (liorclub.org) Webmaster
    Location
    LI, NY
    Interests
    4WD, Mototcycles
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    NY
    Country of Residence
    US
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-150
    Year
    2018
    Current Mileage
    0 - 24,999
    Miles per year
    10,000 - 14,999
    Gender
    Male
  • Signature
    2018 F-150 Crew Cab Shortbed STX XL, 5.0 V-8, Magma Red
    '48 Willys / '77 Scout Hybrid http://liorclub.org/Members/bob.htm
    Former Member of Team 53449 - FTE's for Cancer Research https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/5...ding-home.html

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  • Last Activity: 05-04-2019 05:28 PM
  • Join Date: 01-17-2009
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  1. iraru4
    12-09-2010 09:33 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the Reps Howler!
  2. 03-15-2010 09:23 PM - permalink
    I'll add pics by friday.
  3. WheelinDixie
    03-10-2010 05:16 PM - permalink
    Hey, Im unsure if i want to tackle this gear swap myself. i have set up a few chevy 14bff's and d60's but those were in trail only rigs where tolerances were not quite as big a factor as in something ill put thousands of miles on. [email protected]. ill take a quote though and maybe price just labor.
  4. 03-06-2010 07:04 PM - permalink
    i just wanted to say i have the exact same excursion as you, even the grill. Some day I'll post pics!
  5. Hotrodupst
    10-16-2009 10:28 PM - permalink
    A little clarification, the Yakima landing pads attach right to the factory front to rear rails. And I use two straps, one on each bar to secure the boat. I have always attached the bow and stern line back to the roof rack but intend to start tying off to the vehicle bumpers instead to minimize the calamity of the roof rack dettaching itself from the vehicle.
  6. Hotrodupst
    10-16-2009 10:19 PM - permalink
    Hey Howler, wow, sorry about the very late reply, I don't view this site very often and just now discovered the mail system. Anyway, for what it's worth to you now, I removed the factory cross rails and fitted Yakima landing pads with locking towers, 48" bars with a saddle on the front bar and a hulley roller on the rear bar. I have finessed a method of loading my 17" plastic Perception Sea Lion solo, secure it with the webbed friction strap and it works out fine. I'll be loading it all up again in two weeks for another trip paddling the Edisto River.
  7. 08-17-2009 09:20 PM - permalink
    it's a 7.5... same price for 4:56?
  8. 08-10-2009 02:27 AM - permalink
    How about for a 1999 Ford Ranger... It is a V6 4.0 2WD (in case it helps)... I'm looking to get between 4:10 - 4:56
  9. 07-29-2009 04:21 PM - permalink
    Sorry I for the LATE response... yeah, I would like to know what it would cost me... I think I'm leaning towards 4:88s.... and it is a 4WD.... let me know... thanks

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