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    Tigrcub

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    Larry H

    • Year:1994
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:F-150

    Engine : 5.8/351W, JBA Headers, K&N ColdAir System, Hyper Tech Chip' 3" cat back

    Drivetrain : Stock Trans. E40D, NP 208 T-case, Dana 44 with true track up front, 8.8 Ford with Eaton Posi in the rear, both run 5:13 gears

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    I bought the truck new in Feb. 94 and have been improving ever since. It has 6" pro-comp lift and 3" body. Super Lift Pro-Runner steering system, factory dual shocks up front and pro-comp track bars in the rear. It rolls on a set of Parnelli Jones Dirt grip 37x12.5/15 tires. It has a 130 amp alt. with three optima batteries for all the lights and stereo. My Corbeau seats are my latest addition to the truck. And yes she loves the mud when she's not doing winter daily driver duty.

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    Reviewed by: Joe P 05/05/08 12:50AM

    Comments:
    hey sweet ride, im doing an f250 up the same way, if at all possible can you let me know the trick to making the corbeau seats working? thanks alot and again sweet rig

    Reviewed by: Larry H 05/13/08 07:19PM

    Comments:
    Hey Joe, my truck came with factory buckets to start with, I ordered the ajustable bases from JBG when I ordered the seats, I didn't have any trouble installing them. What trouble are you having? Have you talked to the Corbeau guys or JBG about it? Hope we can help.

    Reviewed by: Tony R 06/19/08 08:50PM

    Comments:
    where did you get your front bumper and would it mount on a 89 ford

    Reviewed by: Larry H 07/05/08 12:54PM

    Comments:
    Hey Tony thanks for the question. The front bumper was custom built in southern Califorinia and was on an offroard racing Bronco when I first saw it and the guy sold it to me that day I brought it back to North Dakota and it was a great fit only had to drill two holes, so most likely it would fit on a 89. Any one with a pipe bender and a welder could make you one just take them a picture of what you want built. hope this helped you. I have better pics if you would like them just E-mail me at tigrcub@cableone.net and I will send them.

    Reviewed by: John H 01/17/09 07:15PM

    Comments:
    Good to see another 4x4, and a Ford, sitting on tires bigger than 35s up in ND. I've been going to school up here 5 years and besides only a few other tucks including my own, they're few and far between. 3 BATTERIES??!!...well...I've got duals myself, but I guess with these winters you can never have enough juice on board.

    Reviewed by: Jaime "chucho" G 11/27/09 09:20AM

    Comments:
    nice truck!!!!!!!! do you have more pictures?

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