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    2017 F250 Platinum 6.7L Fx4, Carhart seat covers, Platinum LineX, 18" Fuel wheels, 285 75 R18 Toyo ATIIs


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  • Last Activity: 07-10-2019 10:22 PM
  • Join Date: 05-10-2018
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  1. Los1024
    07-05-2018 01:40 PM - permalink

    The coating is pretty cool, these are big trucks and tough to keep clean and this helps keep the water spots off and makes washing a lot easier. I've applied it again this year and they also have some maintainer sprays that help boost the retention that I just started using to keep it fresh looking. Also the richness of the color, it just stands out with the coatings that I really like. On the compressor I installed a 3 gal tank that I also use as an air compressor. I have an air hose quick connect that I use to air up tires and use a blow gun when cleaning out the inside that works pretty good.

    Thanks for your questions,
  2. 06-25-2018 10:04 AM - permalink
    Thanks for the reply. I had a dodge diesel and got a KORE suspension, mid level like the Carli Backcountry. Just Bilstien shocks and it didn't back much of a difference. You didn't get the radius arms correct and your running 35s? Did the 35s kill your mileage or did you notice much of a difference? I want to do what you did with the FOX shocks. Sounds like they are better and better customer service, and cheaper. Any pictures of your setup?
  3. Tricon
    06-22-2018 06:35 PM - permalink
    I love the setup, every time I drive the truck it still puts a smile on my face. All Carli hard parts and sourced my own Fox shocks. I have no plans for 2.5's in the rear, I don't think there's enough weight back there to warrant them, but if budget isnt a concern the 2.5's with the dual speed compression adjusters would be a prime choice! The rear 2.0's with the adjusters have been awesome on washboard and even better when I crank them up when towing my toy hauler. The F150 being an IFS front suspension is going to inherently ride better, but after the lift I do not miss my 1/2 ton at all. Big bumps in the F250 with the Carli coils and the Fox 2.5's are just fun as hell now. Used to bang and bounce pretty bad stock, just soaks it up now.

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