These is no issue running 34s on a reverse level. Any clearance issues you’d run into would be in the front, not the rear. People are running 285/65/20s on stock trucks, which works out to a 34 1/2” tire.
My apologies if this has been asked already, but does anyone know if it's possible to have the digital speedometer show every digit? The Mustang with a digital dash has this feature so I was curious if we can do the same in our trucks.
It doesn’t work the BOV more. All this simple mod does is vent excess boost pressure to the atmosphere when you quickly let off the throttle so you can hear it instead of silently pump air back through your intake.
Absolutely no regrets with them so far. Very quiet, balanced with minimal weight, and ride smooth. No vibration through the floor boards or in the steering wheel. One of the biggest improvements I've noticed over the Hankooks is the hydroplane resistance & grip in the wet. It now takes effort to...
Thanks! Appreciate the kind words 😊
Yes, these are LT tires; however, I chose these Nokians specifically as they are fairly light weight (~52 lbs) for having a load index of 125. I cross shopped these against the KO2's & the Cooper AT3 XLT, which both weigh in around 61 ponds a tire. Saving...
I have also bought a 21’ climate cluster off eBay, but I still haven’t got my truck. It’s been in production and now awaiting shipment. My VIN is 1FTEW1E89NFA55964. I bought this model “ML3T-18C612-DE OEM Temperature Control For Ford F-150”. Would you be able to temp me if this is the right...
I am at stock height and have the following installed:
20x9 Fuel Siege wheels with +20 offset
285/60/20 Nokian Outpost AT tires (highly recommend!!)
My driveway has a large initial bump due to the city sidewalk and I have no rubbing, forward or reverse, even at full lock.
These tires are...
It’s best to not jack up the truck when installing rear shocks so the bushings are unstressed and in their normal position when you torque things down.
Otherwise, as mentioned, very easy install. All you need is a 18mm wrench, 15mm socket, small pry bar, & a torque wrench set to 66 foot pounds.
I have a set of 4600's ready to install - part #33253183. The rear end has stepped out on me a few times off pavement so looking to settle that down, reduce body roll, & add some towing stability.
Before I break out the wrenches, do they go on boots up or boots down? I didn't see anything to...
I've only driven once since installing so I was really looking for a change over the naked screen.
Another pro of the matte finish is how it feels. Has a very slick, almost Teflon/ceramic feel to it.
I feel installation of a film would be much more difficult than one solid, sturdy pane of...
The F150 Lightning has coils in the rear, and the few videos published so far of it towing shows that it doesn't squat excessively. Payload doesn't seem to be the issue.
My guess for the reason Ford is sticking with leaf springs in the rear (at least for now) is because it is a tried & true...
Installed a Spigen screen protector last night.
Since it has a matte finish, there is a ever so slight blur to the image quality, but only if your really really look for it. I haven't noticed any change to the sensitivity of the touch screen either. And best part is, NO MORE FINGER PRINTS!!
I'm about to pull the trigger on some all black Fuel Mavericks. Your pics confirmed I'm making the right choice for my Space White rig. Looking awesome!
One question I must ask is, were you able to reuse the factory lug nuts or did you need to purchase a new set to fit under the cap?
Options vary based on how much you would like to spend.
Cheapest would be just get a paint pen and touch them up as needed since rock chips are inevitable.
A step up from there would be getting a PPF (3M, XPEL, etc.) applied to your front end, or at least the susceptible areas.