Project F150 - Video build thread by CARiD

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    Hi everyone, CARiD is here with another episode of our F150 project build! In this video we're going to show you how to install a 6" suspension lift kit by Pro Comp and large off-road tires on a late model Ford F150!
    Lift kit is probably one of the most favorite mods of all truck fans and our team was very excited about this installation to say the least. While it's not a simple bolt-on like the ones you've seen in the previous episodes of our video blog, the installation of a lift kit also requires another pair of hands, so our product professor Richard stopped by to assist our host Greg with this installation.
    Alright, now lay back and hit the Play button!



    Want to get the same Lift kit and wheels for your own F150 truck? They're waiting for you on the pages of CARiD website:

    LIFT KIT: https://www.carid.com/2015-ford-f-150-suspension-systems/pro-comp-complete-lift-kit-89750166.html

    RIMS: https://www.carid.com/asanti-wheels...ed-accents-gloss-black-inserts-243942184.html

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    Some backstage shots:

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    and here's a couple of beautiful shots of the truck itself after the lift kit installation to top it all off!

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    Join us on social media using the links in our signature, and let us know what do you think about the video and the lift kit!
     
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    How's it going everyone, a quick update on topic. While the Lift Kit installation video shows the whole process in the smallest details, we decided to compose a written summary of our experiences that would give you a couple of more useful tips and show what else should be taken care of to perform the installation properly.


    Click on the picture below to read more at CARiD

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    Got questions? Post them up in the comments below and we will gladly respond!
     
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    Since we're done with the installation of performance bolt-ons on our F150 project truck we decided that it's time to take care about the stopping power and install a set of Drilled and Slotted brake rotors by StopTech. It's a perfect upgrade in case you would like to bring the performance of your truck to the new level or simply perform a scheduled brake replacement. Plus, if you decide to tow with your rig, more stopping power will never hurt!

    Effective heat dissipation is the main benefit of drilled and slotted rotors. Drilled holes and vanes allow water and gases to disappear and help to cool down the brakes more efficiently, which is exactly what we need for our Project F150!

    Watch Greg from CARiD.com show you the step by step process of how easy is it to get brake rotors installed. These StopTech rotors are the perfect addition to any vehicle and can be installed in your home garage with basic hand tools.
    Watch our new video below and let us know what do you think in the comments below!



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    Link to the product:

    StopTech® - Sport Drilled and Slotted Vented 1-Piece Brake Rotor

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    Find more tips and tricks on how to choose performance brake components for your truck in our new tech article:
    How To Select And Install Performance Brake Rotors

    Performance brakes are available for all other Ford Trucks as well.
    Look them up here: https://www.carid.com/brakes.html
     
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