I don't know. Sometimes the crosspost/doublepost is a result of a recent gorgeous picture.
Seeing it in two different threads is the equivalent of a "double take", much like when you see something at a glance and it takes a second for your brain to register and then it sends a demand-request to see it again.
I'm not saying this engine cover warranted such, but it certainly isn't hard to look at.
Just so everyone knows these covers are foam, not plastic. The foam is 2-3" thick through our the mold and feel very durable. Also, if your existing cover doesn't have the 2 10mm studs to hold the front on and a hinge style rear clip they won't work.
For the early gen 1 trucks 2011-2014, I know there isn't any place to screw in the two bolts up front. Maybe it will clip in the rear and be able to just sit there. I guess we will see when he tries his. It is a sexy cover though.
I added this to my 17 3.5 and had the dealership activate it, there was already a plug behind rear driver side panel so it was a simple P&P. I was wondering if anyone with a 19 or 20 could check there truck for this plug or if it changed with the years. May be looking at a 2020 and would like to...
New to owning a truck. Have always had cars or jeeps before. Have a roof rack on the car and had hitch racks for the jeep but didn't want either for the truck. Bought a Dakine Tailgate pad but didn't want to use it unless I was shuttling.
Hmm whats a guy to do.
I seen a post...
Someone is selling a B&O amp & Sub from a 2018 Raptor for a hell of a good price.
Any chance at all this would work in my 2013 XLT SCrew? I tried looking it up on Fords parts site and couldn’t find it.
2013 F150 XLT 3.5L SCrew. AFE Magnum Force Stage-2 Dual 3-1/2" CAI, Mishimoto...
Can anybody confirm if I can use the rear speaker signals for an amplified JL Audio sub, similar to an LC2i? Or do I need to tap the front speaker wires? Somebody somewhere mentioned there might be low or high pass filter on the rears only but I can't find it and don't remember where it was?