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  1. vacustode03
    10-02-2012 03:35 AM
    If you get a chance, check out my thread. I'd really appreciate your input!
  2. Tyran
    06-18-2012 10:45 AM
    i went out today and got my ohc !! very excited to put it in , any tricks to make it go in easy? what problems did u run into ? how bout ur lift what brand did u get , how much? did u do a torsion bar crank? sorry bout all the ? lol im ready to beef up my truck and im looking for hints and tricks since this is the first ford ive owned.
  3. Tyran
    06-17-2012 06:35 PM
    hey mthomp1 do u have a lift on ur truck?, i have a 2000 3.0 flex , i dont see alot of that year in the forum. i wanted to do an ohc on mine too , how hard was it to put in , it looks like it would be a tight fit what kind of rims and tires do u have , ur trucks looks great !!!
  4. FusionWolf
    04-25-2012 04:35 AM
    Oh that's a good idea. I didn't think of that. Ill do that today! Thank you!
  5. FusionWolf
    04-24-2012 06:48 PM
    Hey There! Found you here! i remember asking you about those strobe lights you have mounted in your grille on youtube. thanks to you i installed my own set (think theyre the same as yours)
  6. pooleo
    04-16-2012 11:56 AM
    I just cut about 6" of the factory wiring. Then ran my own wiring. Make sure you use heat shrink butt splice connectors. They make a good tight seal.

    The Head Unit has like a power, illumination, ground, etc. Then one harness goes to power the actutator. Then the wires from the fan speed controller.
  7. pooleo
    04-16-2012 10:08 AM
    I just hooked up the blend door thingy and the fan speed controller. Basic head unit power. Thats it! It was fairly easy. Be very cautious of the blend door actutator peg. Mind broke off and I had to cut the bottom of the heater box to remove.
  8. pooleo
    04-01-2012 02:53 PM
    Ah, yes! Sweet man.
  9. Colby
    02-15-2012 07:53 AM
    If I decide to get new tail lights I could work with $70. That is about what I have seen them go for as well. I'll let you know if I end up needing to get rid of my stock tail lights.
  10. Colby
    02-14-2012 09:01 PM
    Yes. If I decide to get new lights I don't think I need a spare set sitting around. I've only had my truck since the end of November so unless something has happened to my lights that I haven't seen yet, they are pretty much new. How much were you thinking?

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    Diesel engine and AR-15/M16 fanatic
    Trucks, hot girls, and shooting
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    2000 Ranger XL, 2 door extended cab, 4x4, 3.0L flex fuel V6, 5 speed standard-shift, Cragar Soft 8's, Explorer overhead console, Sony head unit,
    Midland CB radio, Hella fog lights, 3.73 LS Explorer 8.8 waiting to be installed, and the "paid for" mod


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