ive heard not to use ANY oil additive in ford modular motors, so i dont :thumbs:
before i worked at a service station i would take my oil filters to a service station, my dad always used the oil to burn brush piles :thumbs:
i change mine normally 6-7k. MC 5w20 and a MC filter :thumbs:
i like the way it sounds! id drive one in a straight line, TRY to drive it 100% :)
20 bucks and ill touch that exhaust :)
heres my husky :)
hell yea start up vid!
2 1/8" ball?? i thought the sizes are 1 7/8" 2" and 2 5/16"???
lemme be one to tell you..you get pulled over QUICK if they dont!
yea that craps heavy!!!
go with the trailer! alot more stable i would think..but ive never used a dolly
i pulled a little acura integra back..guessing it weighs around 2.5k and the trailer probably 2k..pulled it 55mph the whole way back..got about 10...
car hauler ftw!! i pulled a car back from austin texas about 350 miles!
sweet ass truck man!!
eh dont sweat..ive heard it all! my truck i like it loud and "fireworky" :rollin: but if i didnt like it..i wouldnt have it that way! thats how...
nope not at all!!! pretty slow actually..havent times a 1/4 mile or a 0-60...but its a truck..idc about going fast
i guess your talking about mine?
its a F150 not a F250
they are dynomax bullets
im gonna be helping with the swap so you better believe its gonna be just a tad fun :D
anyway, it probably wont matter..like you said it...
didnt have any problems on my '82..def paint them!!!
will do just fine! i would still get trailer tires though, last longer :thumbs:
yea thats why i change mine so often! about every 6 months actually :crackup:
i normally get 16.7ish and the other day i drove 350 miles (almost a full tank) hauling about 5000lbs mostly interstate and it dropped to 14.8
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