Thought I would show off my new 2011 F150 XLT Supercrew 4X4 with 3.5L V6 Twin Turbo EcoBoost, Offroad Package with 3.73 Electronic Locking Rear Axle and Skid Plates, Plus Package with Power Sliding Rear Window and Reverse Sensing System, Trailer Tow Package and Trailer Brake Controller, Chrome Package with Billet Grille and Sidesteps, Captains Chairs with Center Console, and Convenience Package with Power Adjustable Pedals and Sony Sync.
Daystar 2.5-inch Front Leveling System, 20x9 MHT Fuel Offroad Chrome Hostage Wheels with +14mm Offset, Nitto Trail Grappler MT 305/55R20s (33.4 inches tall and 12.4 inches wide), Bedliner, Snugtop XTR Topper (on order), Smittybilt Lightbar, PIAA 520ATP Extreme White Offroad Lights, PIAA 540 Ion Plasma Fog Lights, Backup Camera, and Stubbie Antenna.
Thanks SoCalBluFlame....the mileage not so good after adding the lift and larger meats; the Nittos are fat and heavy. I lost about 2-3 mpg in City driving but also some of that is due to the fact that I spool up the turbos a bit for passing, etc. But at the same time I really have fun with the truck when I want too so not really complaining. I am thinking of going with a narrower tire like a 285 BFG AT.
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