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2013 Ruby Red Ecoboost SuperCrew, 6.5' box. 3 miles on it when I picked it up this week. Soon to come mods: Access Lorado tonneau cover, Rhinoliner spray in bedliner. Future mods: Carriage Works bumper grille insert, AFE Stage 2 CAI, hand built bike rack. 2013_ecoboost_ruby_red.jpg
 

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Welcome to the F150 Ecoboost Forum!

Nice truck and nice future mods list.

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very nice truck,. congrats!
 

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Welcome! Great lookin truck.
Thanks for buying Ford.
 

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Spent the weekend building a bike rack that fits above the tonneau cover. Heavy duty tube and angle iron. Going to get quotes on Rhino Lining it tomorrow. Has anyone used the roll on kits that can be done at home? Depending on the cost, that might be the less expensive option.
 

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Gearing up for summer I see. I like the bike rack. Not going to lie that's one of the main things that I don't miss about MN is that white stuff on the ground. I lived in Maple Grove during my high school years and have not moved back since I left lol. Anyway from what I have seen with a lot of people that do the DIY kits you have to be super meticulous otherwise it looks terrible and will peel if not scuffed properly. If you have the time it will save you a bit. I think one of the guys I work with said he paid like $100 for the kit and spent 5hrs masking, scuffing, applying layers, ect. I personally had mine done professionally because I did not have time to do it and I wanted it done right the first time or someone other then myself to blame if it was not lol.
 

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Spent the weekend building a bike rack that fits above the tonneau cover. Heavy duty tube and angle iron. Going to get quotes on Rhino Lining it tomorrow. Has anyone used the roll on kits that can be done at home? Depending on the cost, that might be the less expensive option.
That looks good man!
 

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The picture is over a month old and thank goodness all the snow is finally gone. Of course, now it won't stop raining. Work and family life has been so busy I haven't had a chance to keep up with the site much. Getting ready for a summer full of camping, and the bikes took all of the bed space. Had to get my engineering hat on and learn some welding skills, but the thing is a tank.
 
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