Dad's new truck

Discussion in 'Trucks and Motorcycles' started by Damestic89, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. Nice truck... too bad it's a Ford. <A BORDER="0" HREF=""><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>

    As much as I dislike Fords, the newest F-series are pretty nice, I do rather like the interiors, some real nice touches inside.
  2. Not bad. If I ever get a Ford, it'l be a 2003 Ford F-350 with a powerstroke.
  3. Why?
  4. I like a big truck, and I have worked on many powerstrokes, the newer ones aint as good, but its an awesome diesel engine and it sounds nice.
  5. Solid looking truck.
  6. Congrats mofo.
  7. My dads F150 is white.
  8. Nice. I'm not sure if I like the white yet. My truck is dark green, and his old truck was dark blue so I must be use to the darker colors.

  9. The most problematic year. Unless you mean an early 03 that still had the 7.3 .
  10. I drove an '04 F-150 Lariat from ohio to North Dakota hauling a 600lb safe in the bed and was quite impressed. Very comfortable and good motor (5.4).
  11. I want an older one, the smaller one, the newer ones have had problems too. I want the 444.
  12. Very nice. Keep tabs on the rear diff. My dad had to get the rear replaced on his, as well as the tailights because they were leaking.
  13. I hate when my tail lights leak.
  14. Yeah, I talked to you awhile ago about my truck having rear end stutters.

    I just put in some limited slip oil and hasnt bothered me since.
  15. My buddies F150 is painted Tungsten Grey like the GT. He wanted that color so bad.
  16. Sweet.
  17. is the steering wheel connected to the wheels [see JC's review of the F150 lighting]

    my friend has a 2000 expedition, [which probly uses the same parts a s the f-150] and i was driving it, i did the same thing JC did [wobbled the wheel] and it was rediculous how much it wobbled without actually effecting the direction of the car. u can move that thing a good 30 degrees and not do shit
  18. As in turn the wheel left or right 30 degrees and have nothing happen?

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