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  1. AzPatMan
    10-07-2012 12:07 PM - permalink
    AzPatMan
    SOrry about the late response - didn't see this until now.
    Thank you
    Yea, I'm on FourEyedPride, handle is PatMan.
    haven't posted lately - just because I've been too focused on work, family and the EX'.
    Once I start swapping in the new motor - I'll probably be on FEP a little more.
    But my Capri is an `84 T-top, with a stock 302 for now.
    I removed (but still have) the bubble back, and found the Mustang hatch and spoiler.
    I did the paint myself a few years ago, but needs to be redone.
  2. JEL
    10-21-2011 03:25 PM - permalink
    JEL
    No lift. It is a 350, and from what I understand the early 99's were a hair taller than 99.5+ trucks. It definitely sits a little higher with the new tires.
  3. JEL
    10-21-2011 07:37 AM - permalink
    JEL
    No proble, glad I could help. I really like them, great traction and handle the road well, I get a VERY small amount of rubbing on my leaf spring at full lock, but it's almsot nothing, and the tires do have a lot of tread so I'm sure that has something to do wtih it.
  4. JEL
    10-20-2011 10:08 PM - permalink
    JEL
    They are 315 75r/16 BFG All terrain TA tires
  5. e99f2506sp
    10-19-2011 06:32 PM - permalink
    e99f2506sp
    As far as runnin a tire this wide on a stock rim, it all depends on tire psi. I keep/kept mine at 50-55 psi and they are wearing very evenly. Some say you can't load them because they are too wide on the stock rim and they are D load rated, but I use my truck all the time and have it overloaded several times and never had a problem.

    Play around with psi to find the best for whatever tire you end up getting. Keep em rotated every 10k or less and keep em in proper alignment and you'll be fine
  6. e99f2506sp
    10-18-2011 06:45 PM - permalink
    e99f2506sp
    The bfgs in the sig pic are 315/75r16s on the stock rims. They rub at full lock and you got to level the truck in order to run em, but I always liked the look. I still use em for winter use, but I got some new wheels and mud terrains for the rest of the year.

    Appreciate the compliment bud

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  • About Turbostang500
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    LOVE FORDS!!!
    Interests
    Hunting, fishing, drag racing!!!
    Exact Location
    Dover
    Occupation
    Machinist
    Engine
    7.3 DI factory turbocharged
    Cab Configuration
    Extended Cab Short Box
    Drivetrain
    Single Rear Wheel 4X4
    Tranny type
    4R100
    Tires
    All Terrain
    Modifications
    tires and wheels, straight piped, gauges
    Primary Vehicle Use
    dd
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    0.0
    1/8 Mile ET
    0.000
    1/8 Mile MPH
    0.00
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    0.000
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    0.00
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    Lee

    2000 F250 PSD SCSB 4X4 400k miles straight pipe gauges 2" leveling kit 315/75r16's 6637 with custom intake pipe. Need a tuner!!



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