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Offline Skylark67

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« on: April 26, 2018, 07:30:15 am »
Hi guys! My name's Tony. I own a 2012 Ford F150 XLT. I am on a mission to make my truck, off-road worthy.

Offline xlr8n

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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2018, 06:03:36 pm »
Welcome aboard, Tony. Where are you located? And, what level of "off-road worthy" are you shooting for?

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1973 Chevrolet Luv:
Chassis/Suspension: '72 Waggy frame cut to 103.5" WB ; Waggy front 47" SOA ; Chevy rear 63" SOA
Front axle: '79 J10 D44 4:11 w/ 8 lug outers ; chromoly shafts ; Detroit locker ; cast cover
Rear axle: '75 Corp 14 bolt welded 4:10 ; cast cover ; DOM anti-wrap bar
Tires: 38.5x14.5x15 Swamper SX on 15x8 steel wheels
Drivetrain: '92 s10 4.3 Chevy v6 ; TH350 ; NP203/205 doubler triple sticks (front digs) ; .250 DOM rear shaft ; 2" square front shaft
Steering: Hydrossist ; 1.5" OD .250 wall DOM drag link and tie rod w/ heims
Safety: In-cab DOM cage ; in-bed double roll bar
Amenities: OBA ; OBW ; electric XJ seats ; Schwinn cruise control ; rock lights ; receiver mounted 8K lb. winch ; receiver mounted BBQ pit ; receiver mounted 32cc weedablender ('rita mixer)
Other: Bed mounted Isuzu raditator ; Bobbed bed

Offline SWAN22

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Re: Newbie
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2018, 08:26:30 pm »
Hi guys! My name's Tony. I own a 2012 Ford F150 XLT. I am on a mission to make my truck, off-road worthy.
Welcome Tony post a pic of the truck when you get time. we would be glad to help in any way
"04" Rubicon, on 36" rubber,4" rough country lift, 1 1/2 inch wheel spacers, cb and willingness to try anything

Offline Skylark67

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« Reply #3 on: April 27, 2018, 07:38:09 am »
Hi guys! My name's Tony. I own a 2012 Ford F150 XLT. I am on a mission to make my truck, off-road worthy.
Welcome Tony post a pic of the truck when you get time. we would be glad to help in any way

Hi! Just want to start off with the basics. First would be a set of mud tires, fender flares, and a lift kit.

Offline xlr8n

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Re: Newbie
« Reply #4 on: April 27, 2018, 07:46:25 pm »
Sounds like a good start. Post a pic when you get a chance.

Where are you located? There might be some volunteers available to assist if you're nearby.
Wichita Falls Weather


1973 Chevrolet Luv:
Chassis/Suspension: '72 Waggy frame cut to 103.5" WB ; Waggy front 47" SOA ; Chevy rear 63" SOA
Front axle: '79 J10 D44 4:11 w/ 8 lug outers ; chromoly shafts ; Detroit locker ; cast cover
Rear axle: '75 Corp 14 bolt welded 4:10 ; cast cover ; DOM anti-wrap bar
Tires: 38.5x14.5x15 Swamper SX on 15x8 steel wheels
Drivetrain: '92 s10 4.3 Chevy v6 ; TH350 ; NP203/205 doubler triple sticks (front digs) ; .250 DOM rear shaft ; 2" square front shaft
Steering: Hydrossist ; 1.5" OD .250 wall DOM drag link and tie rod w/ heims
Safety: In-cab DOM cage ; in-bed double roll bar
Amenities: OBA ; OBW ; electric XJ seats ; Schwinn cruise control ; rock lights ; receiver mounted 8K lb. winch ; receiver mounted BBQ pit ; receiver mounted 32cc weedablender ('rita mixer)
Other: Bed mounted Isuzu raditator ; Bobbed bed