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    Ford F-150

    This is my 1998 Ford F-150 XLT.

    Let me see some pics of your Fords.

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    Here's my 05 F150 bike hauler and camping vehicle.

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    And stuck after a road got washed out when we were camping
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    I'm fairly new here but I get the impression most of the people here drive environmentally conscious vehicles.

    I'm driving a 2000 Ford Explorer LImited. I just got it and I'll get some pictures when things warm up a bit. It will be cool to be able to take the bike to cool places this season.

    It's black with dark windows. I feel like a complete dick driving it but it's actually a nice truck.

    I suppose I had best not mention I average about 10 mpg.
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    Here's my 05 150 from a camping trip last year - I've since added a camper shell so the bikes and the stuff are a little more secure and protected from the elements

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelerfreak


    And stuck after a road got washed out when we were camping
    i got mine stuck real bad one time mudding it took about 3 hours to get out and it kept poring raining it was bad haha but your trucks reall real nice.. im looking at getting a brush guard have any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick lucas
    i got mine stuck real bad one time mudding it took about 3 hours to get out and it kept poring raining it was bad haha but your trucks reall real nice.. im looking at getting a brush guard have any suggestions?
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    I contacted ARB and they are due to release a bumper this year for the F150, that is the one I would get. I just had a custom tube bumper built because I got tired of waiting, you can see it in the first pic. That stuck pic was taken on the way out from a camping spot. We we driving back out when a flash flood struck and washed out the road. At one point the water was over the hood of the truck. I had to winch out and then pull my buddies truck out. That was the only rough spot though, the rest of the trail required 4x4 but wasn't too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelerfreak
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    I contacted ARB and they are due to release a bumper this year for the F150, that is the one I would get. I just had a custom tube bumper built because I got tired of waiting, you can see it in the first pic. That stuck pic was taken on the way out from a camping spot. We we driving back out when a flash flood struck and washed out the road. At one point the water was over the hood of the truck. I had to winch out and then pull my buddies truck out. That was the only rough spot though, the rest of the trail required 4x4 but wasn't too bad.
    ok cool cool. i want a chrome one though. dang we def. do not have flash floods down here. ummm winchees arent that expensive i hered. i need to get one.. and that brush guard yor talking about is that for all f-150s or is it for a certain year because mines a little older..?

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    here is my gas guzzler... 2003 F150 FX4 rollin on 34s.




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    Here is a pic of my friend's 79 f 150 custom, it is a very nice truck with a 302 4 speed, and I think it has a 4in or 6in suspension lift.
    I also know it is not a f 150, but it is a ford truck afterall, but here is my 72 ranchero. We are both big ford guys.
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