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Thread: Ford Fullsize Thread !!!!

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    Default Ford Fullsize Thread !!!!

    I did a search and did not find such a thread so I guess I will start one.I just bought a 04 F150 and over the next few months I hope to start getting it ready for some exploring.So lets see what ya all have !!.
    Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."
    Mark Twain

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    I no longer own my '03 F250 but here are a few shots in the Everglades.



    "Where you boys headed?"
    "Canada... we were goin' to Canada for some French fries and gravy, sir."
    "Canada, huh? ......Almost made it."

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    Here's my 91 F350 IDI-T (details in sig). A little bit older but new enough it is very comfortable and reliable and old enough that I can work on it myself without fancy tooling or the worry of expensive parts





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    91- F350 CC - 7.3-IDI IH diesel - ATS Turbocharger - ZF 5speed - 1981 Four Wheel Camper
    79- Toyota Hilux 20R 4x4.

    My Gypsy wagon buildup: http://expeditionportal.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=38047

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    Sorry for the large pic.... its either this or a thumbnail.

    Anyway, my 99 SD, which I miss every day.....

    2010 Frontier CC/LB
    2011 Chevy Quigley... company truck.

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    Here is mine, 2002 F350, 7.3 PSD, 6spd, Crewcab, LWB. Just turned 90k. Bought it new and it is doing it's job which most times is hauling the camper.

    Stuck in the mud in BC, Canada



    Artic Circle on the Dalton Hwy, AK



    The Sea of Cortez, Baja, MX.



    Jack
    2007 2500hd, Max/Alli, Hawk FWC (the new explorer)
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    2006 Jeep LJ Rubicon
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    KE7NCK

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    I will post up newer pics soon. Just adding cut out flares, 37" BFG Baja tires and double beadlock HMMWV wheels.

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    Ford SuperDuty Crew Cab short bed, 7.3L International Turbo Diesel,325 RWHP, 6 speed, 5" Superlift, 37" BFG BAJA on HMMWV double beadlocks, Bushwacker cut out flares, Custom Flippac camper build, Custom Roof Rack, Custom ARE Aluminum cap M101A3 trailer, FordSuperDuty Pictures

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    This is right after I bought it. I really haven't made much progress, but have been working on little things. It's a 5.8 5-speed.
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    I like the "Full Size Stuck" theme...

    It was easier to get pulled than air down for this one:


    With nobody around for miles, we had to be pretty aggressive airing down to get up this dune (the rear tires were much deeper than the fronts)


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    I just sold my Jeep and I am planning to do a few things to my '01 Expedition. It has the air ride suspension, so I will start with bumpers, rock rails, locker, and a rack. Then I might tackle the suspension. I only want a couple inches. We are getting ready for an Alaska sojoun the summer of 2012.
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    Jared
    2005 Toyota Tundra
    M416

    "It is not the place of outsiders to make one-size-fits-all mandates to a world of different shapes and proportions. In doing so, they create an atmosphere where pebbles are polished and diamonds dimmed."

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    2003 F150 XL
    - 4.6L V8
    - Eagle Alloy Series 101 wheels with 285/75R16 Treadwright Warden AT tires
    - Monroe Gas Magnum shocks all around
    - 4X150W KC knockoffs on the bumper
    - Unicover Safari topper
    - Sleeping platform and storage bins in progress

    Exploring the vast minimum maintainence road network of SESD:









    Older pic, sitting in the driveway w/topper:



    Here's what she looked like when I first got her:


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