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Old 06-07-2010, 05:33 PM
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Got 3 quick questions for y'all.

Just bought this truck last week. Have some questions. It's an 05 F350 SRW SC SB.

1. Can someone tell if this is a leveling spacer? Picture is kinda bad, sorry. I don't know if this belongs at the top of the spring or not on a stock F350.



2. Just removed the crap of a bed liner and discovered this!!!!



So I'm not sure if I want it stacked or not, and would a single stack kit come out that close to the passenger side bed rail? It's basically straight up from the stock exhaust.

3. Okay last one, I can't figure out why my reverse sensors don't work, which fuse is it cuz I could find it from the owners manual. Or are they just crappy on the earlier years they had them?

Thanks guys! Love this newly discovered DIESEL POWER, never knew y'all had it this good!!!
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Old 06-07-2010, 06:11 PM
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Those are not leveling spacers on your truck. I looked at my 05 and it has them as well and it isnt leveled.

Yes that is where the exhaust comes up through the bed for stacks....it usually lines up with your factory exhaust under the truck. Looks like the hardest part of installing stacks on your truck is already done.

And I am not sure about the fuses for the reverse sensors. If you have your owners manual the fuses are listed in there. Dumb question but is the switch on for the reverse sensors on the dash?
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Old 06-07-2010, 06:52 PM
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Those are not leveling spacers on your truck. I looked at my 05 and it has them as well and it isnt leveled.

Yes that is where the exhaust comes up through the bed for stacks....it usually lines up with your factory exhaust under the truck. Looks like the hardest part of installing stacks on your truck is already done.

And I am not sure about the fuses for the reverse sensors. If you have your owners manual the fuses are listed in there. Dumb question but is the switch on for the reverse sensors on the dash?
Yea I didn't think they were leveling, just making sure.

Cool, maybe I'll get stacks now! I didn't wanna cut my bed but if it's already done, might change my plans! Now the question is double or single??

And the switch is located for me next to the electronic 4wd switch. It has a "P" with a "cone".

Thanks dude!
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Old 06-07-2010, 06:57 PM
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I had a OBS before I bought my 05 and I had dual stacks and loved them...But I have seen alot of picture lately of our trucks with single stacks and I think if I ever put stacks on my truck I will go single.
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Old 06-07-2010, 08:10 PM
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What are some good brands for turbo back single stack?
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Old 06-07-2010, 08:35 PM
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nice buy dude
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Old 06-08-2010, 05:00 AM
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Looks like a drunk monkey cut that hole!!! Whoever has the truck before clearly had no skills. I would get a hole saw at Lowes and clean that up.
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Old 06-08-2010, 08:17 AM
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Looks like a drunk monkey cut that hole!!! Whoever has the truck before clearly had no skills. I would get a hole saw at Lowes and clean that up.
Yea no joke!!! Its like he quit half way through the cut.
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