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Old 03-29-2013, 12:00 AM
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So you want a 6.4

Well you better have some cash! I got my 2008 f250 lariat 4x2 a few months ago. So far I've had all of the cooling system replace (for free). I've added a chrome package that includes all handles and mirrors. I bought some 22" radd rims and some 33" nitto grapplers. I leveled it 2" in the front and 1" in the rear. Procomp shocks all around. And I installed a blisten stabilizer shock. Sounds good right, looks good too. Now my problems. It pulls to the left after 3 alignments. The air pressure light stays on because the sensors won't link up. So now I gotta dump more money into it. It's just costly to get that look and make it work right. It's becoming more of a hassle than fun. And I haven't even touched the dpf and engine yet!
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Old 03-29-2013, 12:22 AM
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Oh man, I read through the whole thing and I never saw you mentione the Fuel that powers your powerful engine, you know unless you have your own refinery or free access to fuel its not cheap
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Old 03-29-2013, 12:32 AM
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Lol! Your absolutely right! How could I leave the fuel out! You better have a nest eggs for fuel! It's not cheap!
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Old 03-29-2013, 12:39 AM
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so let me get this right. you are *****ing because you added things to personalize it to your tastes, you are

1) Complaining about the cost of doing so

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2) Complaining because of things you possibly have done to it causing problems?

time for a reality check.... welcome to the world of modifying a vehicle using aftermarket items.... jsut saying.
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Did you replace the pan hard bar (trac bar) with the leveling kit? That could be causing your pull to the left.
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Come on ZombieSoldier, I wish I had deep pockets. The OP just inspired me to keep dreaming of my future lift kit.
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Old 03-29-2013, 12:54 AM
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I think the ops first problem is trying to customize a 4x2...
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I think the ops first problem is trying to customize a 4x2...
a 4x2 cant be that bad
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a 4x2 cant be that bad
At least he only went up 2" in the front...
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At least he only went up 2" in the front...
I wonder is the trackbar is being affected by the lift. Now im putting the puzzle together, thats what I get for not reading it right.
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