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GahnRacing

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I think it’s about that time..

-2001 Supercrew F150 5.4l Automatic 4WD

Purchased this beauty August of 2020 for $1500 after selling my 5.4l Stupiduty SuperCab that just wasn’t cutting it anymore as a family friendly truck.
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Original plan was to get the build started before selling the Ranger. Plans change and I used it as a work/family rig for a couple years.

Pretty clean little truck. Slapped some better looking tires and wheels on that betch.IMG_2543.jpegIMG_2542.jpegIMG_2540.jpegIMG_2539.jpegIMG_2545.jpeg
Put that dirty little whore straight to work
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For being a relatively stock truck, it wheeled pretty well. Took it out for a couple family ventures.
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The original inspiration for the truck was a build by Solo Motorsports. I ran across a few others for motivation.
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Original plan for the build was linked, TTB, caged, huge cell, blah blah blah….

Plans change and I began working on an A-arm kit.
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Ditched that idea because A-arms are gay and reverted back to the TTB idea.. I’m quite indecisive.

I’ve gathered parts throughout the years, sold a couple when life kicked me in the nuts, but made the executive decision to keep on moving forward.
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I began ripping that turd apart earlier this month when I got a CEL for lean codes bank 1 and 2. Smog was coming up and it was the perfect time to non op.
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Poked some holes through the back of the cab and began some tube work. I’m using 2” .120 DOM for all mains and 2” .095 DOM for webbing.
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Wow, what a roller coaster, beamed F150 pics, then a-arms, then back to beams. This is gonna be fun.
 
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