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Thread in 'Introductions' started by Daheavyking, Oct 14, 2020.

  1. Daheavyking

    Daheavyking Member 1st Gen Owner 2 Wheel Drive V6 Engine

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    Hey everyone!! I am currently stationed in Georgia. I just got my ST about a couple of weeks ago. 05 XLT. I really like it. I have always been a Honda guy but I wanted to branch out. It's a cool truck!! I freaking love the back window option!!!!! Right now I just want to bring it down a little ( lower it ), 2 inches. Nothing crazy. I plan to stick around her awhile!!
     
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  2. Todd Z

    Todd Z Well-Known Member 2nd Gen Owner V6 Engine V8 Engine

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    First, Welcome, Second, Thanks for your service !!
    Third, you can remove the torsion bolts and add lowering blocks, Yeah blocks in the back.... Get the steel ones as the aluminum crack if you can find them. They are good trucks, plagued with common issues, and NY is a nightmare with rust and failing bushings and bearings...
    The parts market is almost closed for fun upgrade stuff, so it just basic BS unless you find it in a scrap yard or some one selling .
    ALSO it is slow around here, the Face book forums are more active.
    Welcome and good luck !
     
  3. Duncan Kimbro

    Duncan Kimbro Active Member 2nd Gen Owner 2 Wheel Drive V8 Engine

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    Welcome and thank you for your service!
     
  4. Bryan g

    Bryan g Member 1st Gen Owner V6 Engine

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    Welcome! Thank you so much for your service and congrats on your new ride. Like Todd said join the Facebook forums as they are far more active. Almost anything you need to know is here and in those groups and most are gladly willing to help.
     

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