Last post on Mar 17, 1999 at 6:57 PM
You are in the Pickups - Archived Discussions
#604 of 610 br1
Mar 16, 1999 (5:48 pm)
In the accessories field, anyone have good advice with nerf bars (I ordered a F250 Crew Cab) or tonneau covers (soft variety and I have a short bed)? Any advice would be appreciated. Also, colr is blue over silver - kind of thinking chrome - anyone with this setup?
Mar 16, 1999 (7:26 pm)
br1.......I have some suggestions, try Ranchand Equipment at www.ranchhand.com I have one of their heavy duty rear bumpers on my 97 PSD, they do have nerf bars available, powder coated, if memory serves, so chrome might out of the mix with them.....
The other outlets are 4Wheel Parts Wholesalers at 4wheelparts.com and the Desert Rat at www.desertrat.com
The last two outlets should be helpful on both the nerf bars and tonneau covers, good luck!
Mar 16, 1999 (8:08 pm)
I thought when you depress both buttons simultaneously on the trip computer, the reading is present fuel milage. Thats what I'm seeing when I depress the buttons and I moving. Am I incorrect in this assumtion?
Mar 16, 1999 (8:22 pm)
Well, that's the average MPG from the time you press the buttons. If you're on a perfectly level road (or constant incline) I guess it would be correct. Mine fluctuates a fair amount for 1-2 miles after reset though, even on apparently flat land using cruise control.
#608 of 610 Nerf Bars
Mar 17, 1999 (6:26 am)
br1: There are chrome nerf bars in the Super Duty Accessories catalog from Ford. Part number 16450 ($429 for CC). I plan to throw away my plastic Lariat steps and add the chrome nerf bar at my first service.
#609 of 610 mje
Mar 17, 1999 (11:09 am)
Thanks for the info on the trip computer. I thought I was going nuts beings I couldn't figure it out. I put about 150 miles on it last night just showing it around to friends. Everyone couldn't wait to see it after hearing about it for the last 7 months. Everybody came to the same conclusion. It was worth wait. I pissed off all my customers yesterday though as I didn't take the baby on my sales calls. ( I am a wholesale liquor and wine salesman) They too have been hearing about the "baby" and couldn't believe that I didn't bring it around to show them. Even my wife loves this truck better than the GMC Z71. It definitely turns heads.