View Full Version : 1993 ford f350

11-27-2005, 10:16 AM
im lookin into buyin a ford f350 crewcab long box and im wondering how good they are for trail ive herd there hard to minipulate in small trails ? plus the long wheel base would that affect bottiming out more ?


Drive it like you stole it

11-27-2005, 12:02 PM
I love my crewcab :D

but its my street truck

I'm not an alcoholic
I'm a drunk
alcoholics go to meetings!

11-27-2005, 05:04 PM
get it d6o front... omg creamed myself oops

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87 F250 300/4.9l/ stock running gear/3:54s
mods: k&n filter,3 inch trailmaster body lift,31's,roll bar, warn manual hubs,
"I lifted my truck cause fat chicks cant climb"

11-27-2005, 08:21 PM
The only truck to have. If its too tight to turn around, you go over it[36]

Heres a few pics of my CC's, last one is the one I'm doin now.

'78 F250 CC, 351M, 4 speed , propane, had 2 of these, the other one was a '79 351M, auto, propane
(dead deer behind rear bumper)

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'80 Chev CC with '86 body, 400, T400, NP205, D60 front, propane, 7" lift, 9.50x16 Military Mich., diesel heater in the expanded metal covered, plastic top canopy, bumpers made from Western Star Truck frame liner. (lost in the great divorce of '00. Western Star wife, no money, no honey)

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Bought from my dad (he just bought a Dodge 1T, CC, dually, diesel, 4x4),
'85 F350 CC, 460 , 4 speed, D60 front, propane, 2" lift , 315's. Next to come is 5 speed, headers, alum. intake, dual exhaust, 4" lift, 315 M/T's

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'42 GPW, 3" lift, Pinto power
'85 F-350 Crew Cab 2" lift, 35's '
88 4Runner5" lift , 31's
Vernon, B.C.