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Regcabguy

Oil eater.
Here is from the front:

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And here is from the rear:

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I saw Bull Bars in Australia in 1979 when I visited.
 

Regcabguy

Oil eater.
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Truck and engine:
02 Super Duty CC Lariat 4x4 (REAL floor shifter W/lock out hubs), 7.3L Diesel, ZF 6 SPEED w/LUK clutch & South Bend Kevlar PB, DP Tuner- Stock HP,40HP,60HP,80HP,120HP,140HP, 1.15 A/R NON Wastgated Van TURBO with ATS housing, and Non-EBV Turbo Pedestal, ITP Over boost Pressure Regulator, Crank Case Vent mod, 4" DPPI down pipe, 4" custom mid side exit straight pipe (before the rear tire), Tymar open intake, Dana 60, 3.73 gearing LS,

Exterior:
IH T 444E BADGES, 06 red Grill, Ranch hand bumpers front and rear W/skid plate, 3 step N-Fab side bars, 06 heated TT mirrors, Mastercraft 35" MUD tires on Helo Maxx 16x10 BLACK RIMS, Superlift 5" LIFT, ARE Z Cap with 4'x5'x6" Con Ferr Roof Rack, 35" spare roof top mounted, Bushwacker Fender Flares

Interior:
Auxiliary Idle Controller, Excursion center console w/Wood & Rear Radio Controls, Triple A-pillar Gauges, Rhino Lined light gray(not black), Garmin GPS 12map, Uniden CB, Husky floor liners (custom cut for 6 speed), Wet Okole Waterproof Neoprene seat cover rear and Smittybilt G.E.A.R. seat covers front, Norcold 60L fridge

Dyno:
320 RWHP and 700 RWTQ with 35" tires before new turbo

MPG
17-22MPG depending on load

Louie!
My friend has a 2000 F-250 Supercab 7.3 4wd with a cab high Snugtop shell,auto with Banks Trans Command,torque converter,chip air intake turbo Banks Big head wastegate and 265's. 265's. Stock gearing. $7K worth of Banks stuff on their and has never gotten more than 16 mpg. You're getting better mpg and probably didn't spend as much.
 

Storz

Explorer
Those washer tubs are popular in Anza Borrego. No fires without complete containment of ashes.

I really like it, its a Solo Stove 'Bonefire'

Burns hot, and leaves absolutely zero trace of anything on the ground. I found out that the 18" Komodo half grill rack will work on it as well so we dont have to prop up our cast iron pans with logs anymore haha

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Regcabguy

Oil eater.
I really like it, its a Solo Stove 'Bonefire'

Burns hot, and leaves absolutely zero trace of anything on the ground. I found out that the 18" Komodo half grill rack will work on it as well so we dont have to prop up our cast iron pans with logs anymore haha

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I wasn't aware of it. Great product. We have to have a fire. Thanks.
 
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dave1014

Adventurer
Got the tent mounted on the new truck last week and set up at work the other day for fun
 

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RC_minn

New member
I have been slowly working on converting my 2006 F150 (5.4L Triton) into a more camping/hunting friendly rig. Most of the modifications I made myself or with the help of family.
  • front leveling kit and rear lift kit.
  • additional leaf spring in the rear.
  • new front struts and rear shocks.
  • new tires (Hankook DYNAPRO AT2 - SIZE: LT295/70R17 ... 33+ inches tall) I didn't want to have to replace all the control arms, etc. for a larger lift so I went with these.
  • topper that I sort of color matched with white bedliner.
  • Rok Block on the tailgate to decrease dust coming in.
  • built in bed storage.
  • kitchen "box"
I will add some photos here of the finished product and then a few more of the build in another post.
 

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RC_minn

New member
Here are some shots of the build process. This was a low budget project as I purchased this rig for $5K and then had to redo the cam phasers. The build out was made simply with the hope of being functional. I will be towing a small trailer with at ATV as well. I will sleep in either a wall tent, two person 4 season tent, or in the back of the pickup on the area rug with padding underneath it - all depending on the situation and duration.

The picture of the pickup is the before shot - no lift, extra leaf spring, leveling kit, and just some low road tires.
 

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ogre

Member
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2003 v10 excursion 4x4 and my trailer that holds my camping & cooking gear.

My excursion is all stock.
Front sway bar removed and warn locking hubs are my only upgrades so far.

I have a Dana 60 and a Ford 10.5 in my garage that I am going to rebuild with gears and lockers to swap the under it. Plan is 2.5” lift with 35” tires.


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