This is a truck that belonged to a coworker at work. *No longer available.* It is a 1999 F250 Regular cab, long bed, 4x4 XLT. It has power windows, power locks & AC. It's a 6 speed ZF-6 manual trans with stage 2 Zoom ZVT clutch. It has the following: Attitude Performance custom transmission cross member, Custom bed, custom F&R driveshafts, custom Dana 60 front diff with 35 spline axles & forged joints, 4:88 gears F&R, Detroit rear & Power Lok front, Dynatrac steering & knuckles & free spin kit, 7.3L Powerstroke, Edge Evolution AFE intake, fuel bowl mod, full 4 inch Exhaust with stacks, Road Armor front bumper, Warn 12,000 lb winch, PIAA Lights, 2007 Lariat Outlaw front clip, 16 inch Lift hangers F&R, Custom one up offroad traction blocks & traction bars, Rancho remote reservoir shocks, 49 inch Super Swamper Iroks, 17 x 12 wheels, tool box in bed, 40 20 40 Cloth seats with gray interior. This truck was for sale. Ben traded this truck in for a Grand Marquis or a Crown Vic & cash.
Ditching a Dually
For DIY auto repair videos, visit www.youtube.com/roadragecustoms. Sorry, this is a camera phone video with no audio. Thanks to Jeff @ Chandler Automotive Services for permission to use the footage. (www.chandlerautomotiveservices.com) There is a bad intersection near my old job that collects victims on a regular basis. This is 3 sad pictures & some video of a Chevrolet 3500 dually 4x4 that did some ditch diving and had to be rescued by, of all things, a Dodge 3500 4x4 dually. How embarrassing would that be to anyone who still likes GM after the government bailout? Anyway, thanks for watching & feel free to give your opinion of GM vs Dodge or tell me what you think of these two trucks with training wheels playing in the mud. Thanks in advance for your comments. Keep them clean.
Death of a Ford Super Duty
I really don't HATE Fords. I do prefer GM products, but I don't like them (GM) building their vehicles in Mexico while people here need work. I saw a Ford Super Duty in traffic the other day that looked like it was dying. I recorded it through my driver's side mirror as it was blowing smoke or steam. I put my window up so I wouldn't have to smell it. So you tell me, was it DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) regeneration, bad injector, burning coolant from EGR cooler or head gasket, a failing turbo, or someone trying to blow out some Seafoam in afternoon traffic near the local hospital? Either way, I'm glad my vehicle doesn't do it. Thanks for watching. Please rate, comment, & subscribe.
PS I'm not a tree hugger, I just thought it was funny.
Toyota C Notched with air bags
After I posted the video "Toyota front air bags," I agreed to C notch and bag the rear of Joe's Toyota so he could three wheel it and drag the frame more. I did it a while ago but just now thought I'd edit the videos and pictures and upload it all. Joe has traded off this truck twice since it was finished. I don't think it is coming back this time. It has been called everything from the JoeYota, JoeYoder, Yoda, Yoder, Toy, and just Junk. Call it what you'd like. It isn't, and never was mine. Also, I must add, contrary to popular belief, it isn't true that Joe's last name is Jonas!
Why Crack Smokers Shouldn't Install Car Batteries
I didn't do this. I saw this at work today. Someone previously had trouble installing a battery in an Acura TL. They put cigarette lighters between the battery hold down and the battery. If you smoke, don't hate me. I smoked for about 15 years before I quit.
Lifted Ford F-350 Superduty Doing a Burnout
Ford F-350 superduty doing a burnout at the High and Low Truck show and Stylin Trucks world headquartes August 30th, 2009. Truck won best ford trophy. Truck has a fabtech suspension lift.
SUPER DUTY BURN OUT FORD DIESEL 6.0
Super Duty doing a killer burnout. Smoking 53" tires. Conquer Customs built this sick truck. Port RIchey, FL 727-645-6996. Rockwells 2.5 ton axles, np200 transfer case, 18" travel FOA coilovers, Diablo programmer, straight pipe, 42" custom 4-link lift. Front driveshaft is in the bed ;)
PREDATOR -- The Big Red Truck (Intro).wmv
This is just some photos I threw together while I am deployed to showcase my truck. You can see this beast driving down the street around the West Valley area in Phoenix, it is street legal and possibly the tallest street legal truck in Arizona. Stay tuned for my future plans which includes a set of 8" Stacks, some 2 1/2 ton rockwell axles and a set of 53" Military tires.
Ford Super Duty rescues Explorer
An F150 coming up the trail and a Super Duty coming down come to this 2WD! Explorer full of kids stuck so we both end up rescuing them.