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Old 01-08-2010, 03:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my daily driver build OLE BLUE

BONE STOCK 1992 ford f-250 custom ext.cab long bed
7.3L IDI diesel with a E4OD 4.10's, limited slip

Ok so time for some bad ground. I bought this truck when I wrecked my 89 f-250 diesel(BIG RED) I fell in love with IDI's because of that truck. I bought that truck bone stock and did alot of work to it! I have BIG plans for BIG RED though(can you say truggy )

Anyway's here my 92 the day i bought it







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Body lift time! Now I know how some people feel about body lifts, I feel the same way I hate them, BUT I love the room under the hood and i can run a 4'' downpipe! And these ford's hide them pretty well< unlike chevy's





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And here's the front bumper I drew up for it!

and now here it is






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alil black on the bumper and blacked out all the crome


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Old 01-08-2010, 04:07 PM   #6 (permalink)
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i build the middle of the bumper out of a peace of 2x8 c-channel and the rest of the bumper out of 1/8 stock. Manly to keep the weight done and this truck IS NOT going off road. i don't wheel my driver's. here's my 36'' hummer tires on 16.5x10 rock crawler black powder (super duty) wheels




and the wheel adapter's i ordered (still waiting on)
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Oh and the best part that came in yesterday H1C with a 16cm exhaust housing. this lil guy should do just fine.



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tonight I'm putting f-350 spring with an add a leaf in the front and i'm going to raze the bumper up anther inch.
Oh and here's want it's going to look like

and here my plan for the rear bumper and cab gard


STAY TUNED!!!!!!

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And here my traction bar's and mount's for them I'm going to do to


What do you guy's think?
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hmmm not bad not bad for the beggining of teh 2010 newbs but alaska always has some badass stuff. nice bumper turned out great so far
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hmmm not bad not bad for the beggining of teh 2010 newbs but alaska always has some badass stuff. nice bumper turned out great so far
agreed Alaska rigs 9 times outa 10 are are bad ass can't wait to see this one done.
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Looks good. I liked it more before I read this:

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Looks good. I liked it more before I read this:
You saw that ha lol yeah i don't like to wheel my driver's BUT i will go off road to get fire wood and launch my boat so it will see the dirt and mud. just now alot. i have my 89 for that
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i got some work done tonight! not as much as i would have liked

f-350 spring's with a chevy rear leaf

stock shit with 193,000 mile's on it


I got the driver side done and started the right side. tomorrow ill get that done and i mite have to build a new set of I-beam drop brackets i'm hoping for about 3-4 inches of lift when done!

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I got some more work done today and i didn't have to build new bracket's

i also start on my stereo




i still need to build my new sub box

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real nice job on the bumper
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cool build...are you doing anything to the engine in order to handle the boost? I know that they can handle them but have heard that you may need head studs instead of bolts as the turbo likes to blow head gaskets with the added pressure. Let me know how it handles it. I have an 85 F-350 6.9 and am thinking about putting a turbo on it.
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cool build...are you doing anything to the engine in order to handle the boost? I know that they can handle them but have heard that you may need head studs instead of bolts as the turbo likes to blow head gaskets with the added pressure. Let me know how it handles it. I have an 85 F-350 6.9 and am thinking about putting a turbo on it.
yeah the motor is getting head studs and gaskets, propane injection and intercooled and............................................... ...........

85 i love that style if your in to IDI's and want to build one go to oilburners.net i't's the best IDI i've found! just find me over there under BIG DAVE good luck with your IDI.
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They finely got here but i had to buy new lug nut to run them there going on tomorrow

My white face gauge kit came in to

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I'll check that out thanks!! Now post some more pics please...lol
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Here my intake I started building I still need to move the driver side bat. and build an air box

And here's some pic's of my first love




and here's her after some bitch in an f-150 t-boned me

This spring i'm going to start building a truggy out of her

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did she hit you doing 90? that looks real nasty, hate to see what her truck looked like.


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did she hit you doing 90? that looks real nasty, hate to see what her truck looked like.


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She told the cop she was only doing 30mph She hit me so hard that I rolled all the over back on to wheel's 30mph my ass. Oh and the best part was my hand was out the window and I broke 11 bones all together just in my hand. The funny part was my truck drove away under it's own power It happined about 300 yards from my budys house and he knew the cop so to save me the towing bill my budy drove it to his place why'll I was going to the ER. My truck only has 83,000 mile's on it but the only thing that got fucked up was the body.
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Tire's and wheels are on!



They stick out alil

They fit great though they don't rub at all
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