03/20/2005 – 2005 Sport Trac Adrenalin Concept, World’s First High-Performance Sport Utility Truck – Overview

2005 Sport Trac Adrenalin    Overview  Specifications  Photos OVERVIEW Sport Trac Adrenalin will rush into an all-new niche in 2007: the high-performance sport utility truck Advanced powertrain features: supercharged, 390-hp V-8 paired with SVT’s first six-speed automatic and all-wheel-drive Four-wheel independent suspension for balanced dynamics Adrenalin delivers confident driving character and advanced safety features, including Ford’s […] More »

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Adding 120V AC Power To a Truck Bed (Part 4)

The Project In Review Back to the previous page Where Do I Get All This Cool Stuff? For those who are unfamiliar with my vehicle-improvement articles, I’d like to mention my standards for my projects’ suppliers: The product quality must be first-rate. Simply put, my truck cost a lot of money, is important to me, […] More »

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Adding 120V AC Power To a Truck Bed (Part 3)

The Installation (Continued) Once The Box Is On The Truck Highway Products (the manufacturer of the tool box) recommends that the tool box be spaced 1/8" away from the forward wall of the truck bed to avoid vibration. While this sounds like good advice in general, I decided that the Rhino bed liner and the […] More »

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Adding 120V AC Power To a Truck Bed (Part 2)

Installation ­ The Preparatory Work Here’s the beast that’s ready for the addition, a 2001 Ford F-150 Super Crew 4×4 with a 5.4L engine. Though it’s a 4×4 and does at times venture off the pavement, this vehicle rarely does any hard-core rock shredding or mud-whomping. I consider my installation to be fairly robust, but […] More »

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Adding 120V AC Power To a Truck Bed

Adding 120V AC Power To a Truck Bed By Michael Zimmers18 January 2005 When I was shopping for my current truck, I was told that a pickup with the crew cab option (four doors, full-size rear seating) was the fastest-growing segment of the new vehicle market in the US. It made sense, as crew cabs […] More »

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